Advising various multi-national corporation including UBS, Lloyds Bank, AIA, AXA, China Telecom in relation to outsourcing agreements, interconnection deals, telecommunications agreements, etc.
As an associate in the Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) team of the Hogan Lovells Corporate practice in Hong Kong Tommy Liu concentrates on strategic transaction structuring and complex contractual arrangements for TMT-related projects. In addition to TMT, he has key sector experience within the financial services, sponsorship, commodity, retail and media sectors. Tommy's experience includes preparing complex contracts for outsourcings; technology licensing and development; content licensing; electronic payments; distribution, marketing and supply of goods and services; and TMT/IP-focused mergers and acquisitions, separations, restructurings and joint ventures.
In addition, Tommy advises on regulatory, data privacy, contractual dispute negotiation and intellectual property-related matters, including addressing regulatory issues for complex cross-border contracts, business dissolution agreements, and on-going IP and branding issues. Tommy also works with the wider Hogan Lovells Corporate team on complex acquisition, separation and joint venture matters, including long-term transitional and service delivery arrangements.
Tommy was born in Shanghai, China, and is admitted as legal practitioner in Hong Kong. He is fluent in English and Cantonese, and is native in Mandarin Chinese and Shanghai Dialect. He holds a Bachelor Laws (Hons) degree from the University of Hong Kong.
Advising various multi-national corporations including SABMiller, HSBC, Morgan Stanley, NTT Com, Fairphone on regulatory compliance and regulatory issues in the telecommunication and technology sectors.
Advising on various cross-border transactions including joint venture, PRC regulatory schemes in various industrial sectors, sale and purchase of securities, etc.
Advising on media-related matters, including music licensing deals, artiste management agreements, content distribution matters, software development agreements, etc