|(Webinar via ZOOM) ICAC cases
||26 March 2021 (Friday)
||2:30pm - 5:45pm
For delegates who have prior knowledge of the subject area
||3 CPD pts (Accredited by The Law Society of Hong Kong)
Mr. Jackson Poon was called to the Hong Kong Bar in 1986. He is experienced in dealing with civil and criminal cases. In 1994 and 1995, he sat as a Deputy Magistrate for the Judiciary. In 1995, he joined the then Legal Department (now Department of Justice) directly as a Senior Crown Counsel. In 2006, he returned to private practice. He is now in Cheng Huan S C Chambers involved in civil cases and criminal litigation. In August 2014, he sat as a Deputy District Judge hearing mainly personal injury and civil cases.
Mr. Poon has handled numerous personal injury cases and has given many lectures on personal injury. He has also handled cases involving Employees Compensation, Incorporated Owners disputes, Lands Tribunal trials, Trust, Commercial disputes, Sales of Goods, Manufacturing of Goods, Construction, Dishonoured Cheques, Defamation, Landlord and Tenant disputes, Conveyancing disputes, Employment disputes, Land disputes, Company matters and Judicial Reviews. He has handled various criminal cases and he is a listed mediator of the Bar Association.
Various law lectures had been delivered by him for the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, City University, Law Society, Butterworths, Police Detective Training School and Criminal Advocacy Courses of the Department of Justice.
Mr. Kenwick Yam was called to the Hong Kong Bar in 2012 and joined Cheng Huan S C Chambers since then. Before this he was working in the Trade and Industry Department and Invest Hong Kong. In 1995 and 2006, he was sent by the Hong Kong Government to overseas training in UC Berkeley and Harvard University respectively.
Mr. Yam is experienced in dealing with civil and criminal cases. He has handled many cases involving Personal Injury, Employees Compensation, Incorporated Owners disputes, Lands Tribunal trials, Trust, Commercial disputes, Sales of Goods, Manufacturing of Goods, Surrogacy arrangement, Matrimonial cases, Landlord and Tenant disputes, Conveyancing disputes, Employment disputes, Land disputes, Company matters and Sexual harassment. He has handled many criminal cases such as ICAC, money laundering, fraud, wounding, theft, road traffic, Customs & Excise cases, Confiscation order and sexual offences.
Mr. Yam is also an experienced mediator. He is a one of the few Practice Group mediators of CEDR; a listed mediator of HKMAAL; and a listed mediator of the Bar Association. He has conducted training on mediation skill to counsel of Department of Justice a number of times in the past years.
- Independent Commission Against Corruption Ordinance, Cap 204
- Prevention of Bribery Ordinance, Cap 201(including "The Acceptance of Advantages (Chief Executive's Permission) Notice 2004 was given by the Chief Executive and published as G.N. 252 in the Government of the HKSAR Gazette (No. 2 Vol. 8) on 9 January 2004)
- Elections (Corrupt and Illegal conduct) Ordinance, Cap 554
- The offence of Misconduct in public office
- "Other cases" prosecuted by ICAC
The following cases will be discussed:
- AG v CHUNG Fat-ming (1978) HKLR 480
- Kong Kam-piu & Another v R (1973) HKLR 120
- AG v IP Chiu & Another (1980) HKLR 11
- Ng Siu-chau v HKSAR (2000) 3 HKCFAR 62
- Mok Wei-tak v R (1986) HKLR 1054, (Privy Council in (1990) 1 HKLR 631)
- Chung Cheong v R CA 1364/1997
- Tang Wai-keung v R (1976) 736
- AG v HUI Kin-hong (1995) 1 HKCLR 227
- Lai Yuk-kui v R (1981) HKLR 691,
- SJ v Li Cheuk-ming (1999) 1 HKLRD 63
- HKSAR v LAIWai-cheong, CA 314 of 1997
- Sin Kam Wah & Another v HKSAR, (2005) 8 HKCFAR 192
- Ch'ng Poh v Commission of ICAC (1996) 3 HKC 677