Vincent is a registered foreign lawyer (PRC), mainly dealing with shipping, trade, and insurance related cases, and providing full range legal assistance in all kinds of non-contentious transactions such as ship sales and finance.
Vincent joined Ince in 2011 and is a registered foreign lawyer (PRC) of our Hong Kong office.
On shipping side, he handles all kinds of dry shipping cases like bills of lading disputes, charterparty disputes, contract of affreightment disputes, ship management contract disputes, and marine related personal injury and death. He also deals with wet shipping matters such as ship collision, salvage, oil pollution and general average.
On trade side, he has experience in handling various disputes in relation to international sale of commodities. On insurance side, he advises on coverage issues and deals with claims for both direct and reinsurance.
On non-contentious side, he provides all-round assistance to the firm’s ship finance and sales and purchase team, by drafting, reviewing, and translating various types of bilingual (English and Chinese) contracts, deeds and legal documents including facility agreements, security documents, and other specific transaction related documents like frame contracts.
Vincent obtained his LLB Degree in Law from Shanghai Maritime University, and gained his Master Degree (with merits) from Swansea University. Vincent is a native speaker of Mandarin and Shanghainese, and he can speak fluent English and Cantonese.
My recent publications
News / Asymmetric jurisdiction clause held by Hong Kong Court of First Instance not compatible with a choice of Hong Kong court agreement
The Court of First Instance recently handed down a significant judgment relating to asymmetric jurisdiction clause ("AJC") in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Asia) Limited v Wisdom Top International Limited  HKCFI 322 (the "Case"). It will impact Hong Kong creditor who seeks to enforce a Hong Kong judgment against a defaulting debtor in the Mainland to ensure that the jurisdiction clause is drafted carefully in the future.