William Miller

New Zealand; Hong Kong

Hong Kong; New Zealand Solicitor & Barrister

William is a Hong Kong solicitor, and is admitted as solicitor and barrister of the High Court of New Zealand.

His practice includes project and contract management, construction claims management, distribution and agency agreements, trading and marking agreements, tenders, joint venture and shareholder agreements, product licensing agreements and IT contracts such as software and development.

In 2004, he obtained a post-graduate diploma in China Business Law (DCBL) with distinction from the Poon Kam Kai Institute of Management, which was the executive education and management consultancy arm of the Faculty of Business & Economics at The University of Hong Kong.

 

William later obtained his Masters of Law (Corporate and Financial Law) from the University of Hong Kong. 

With a keen interest in technology, regulatory and compliance matters, he also advises on company formation, dissolution, corporate governance, directors duties, private equity (including collaborations and strategic alliances) contentious commercial disputes and litigation, trusts, outbound investment via Hong Kong by high net worth individuals and private companies from mainland China, IP enforcement, immigration and employment law.

His mix of both Western and Chinese skills and experience attracts him as a global leader in the commercial and corporate field.  

Experience

  • Solicitor, Patrick K.H. Lam & Co./ Yap & Lam Solicitors

  • Solicitor, Littlewoods, Hong Kong

Education

  • The University of Hong Kong, LL.M, Corporate Financial Law

  • City University of Hong Kong, Postgraduate Certificate in Laws (PCLL)

  • The University of Hong Kong, Graduate Diploma in Chinese Business Law with Distinction

  • University of Auckland, B. Commercial Law

Languages

  • English & Mandarin Chinese