Emily Ling

Emily Ling

Hong Kong

Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +852 2840 5909

Fax +852 2219 0222

LanguagesEnglish, Cantonese

Practice groupLitigation, Arbitration, and Employment

Emily is an associate in the Construction and Engineering practice in the Hong Kong office.

Emily has experience in a variety of contentious and non-contentious construction matters, including handling issues relating to design, defects, payment, licensing and compliance. She has acted for and advised employers as well as contractors and sub-contractors across a range of types of projects.

Education and admissions


P.C.LL., University of Hong Kong, 2015

Bar admissions and qualifications

Hong Kong

Related industries

Diversified Industrials

Related practices

International Arbitration

Related areas of focus

Construction and Engineering

Representative experience

Acting for a multinational contractor in an arbitration in respect of disputes regarding payment and variations arising from the construction of major infrastructure in Hong Kong.

Advising an employer on their rights with regard to multiple contractors involved in the design and build of an alternate-energy system.

Advising an employer in respect of a development agreement concerning a large residential project.

Acting for the main contractor of a luxury residential project in respect of an arbitration to resolve the final account and defects claims on the project.*

Acting for a contractor in an arbitration in respect of design, defects, insurance and payment issues arising out of the design and construction of a  project in Macau.*

Advising a multinational contractor on issues relating to licensing for carrying out public works under government contracts.*

Advising the Hong Kong arm of a multi-national conglomerate in respect of a compliance investigation by a government body.*

Advising an employer in defending an arbitration against a main contractor relating to issues of payment and defective works regarding the construction of a residential development project in Macau.

Advising a Hong Kong leading pharmaceutical company on potential disputes relating to variations arising from a factory development project.

Advising an architectural and interior design firm regarding claims brought by the employer relating to the design of a building of a tertiary education institute in Hong Kong.

*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.

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