Emily So is an Associate in the Asia Disputes & Restructuring Group in the Hong Kong office of Conyers Dill & Pearman. She qualified as a Solicitor in Hong Kong in 2010 and joined Conyers in 2016.
Emily’s practice includes all aspects of dispute resolution, advising on shareholders’ disputes, corporate restructuring, insolvency and other contentious matters involving multiple jurisdictions.
Prior to joining Conyers, she has advised on complex civil and commercial litigations including the winding up of a listed company, regulatory investigations, asset recovery, liquidation and international disputes arising out of investment treaties. Emily is particularly experienced in managing large-scale discovery exercises and expert evidence in foreign law and forensic accounting. Her previous experience extends to arbitration, mediation, probate, market misconduct proceedings, judicial reviews, prosecution and defence of regulatory offences.
Emily possesses first-class analytical capability and superior drafting skills. She speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese and English, allowing her to serve clients effectively in cross-border matters involving the PRC, Taiwan and Macau.
9 Sep 2020
Shanda Games in the Privy Council: the beginning of the end of share appraisal litigation involving Cayman Islands companies, or just the end of the beginning?
Appeal | Dissenting Shareholders | Shareholder Disputes
18 Aug 2020
Undue Influence: Clarification of the Requirements on Lenders
20 Jul 2020
A Seismic Shift to Certainty: “Substratum” and the Proper Construction of Trust Deeds
Appeal | Validity of Trust Deed