Dr. Dicky Tsang is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His main research areas are private international law and company law. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of leading international journals, including the Virginia Journal of International Law, the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law and multiple articles in the Journal of Private International Law.
Prior to joining academia, he practised as a corporate finance lawyer at two leading international law firms, working in their New York, London, Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai offices. He is admitted to practice in the state of New York, England & Wales and Hong Kong.
Dr. Tsang was awarded his LL.B. and PCLL at the University of Hong Kong. He also holds degrees from Georgetown University (S.J.D.), Columbia University (LL.M., J.D.) and University College London (LL.M.).
- King Fung Tsang & Jyh-An Lee, Unfriendly Choice of Law in FRAND, 59 Virginia Journal of International Law (forthcoming 2019)
- King Fung Tsang, International Multiple Derivative Actions, 52 Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law 75-120 (2019)
- King Fung Tsang, Bilateral Treaty on Mutual Enforcement of Judgments between Japan and China, 47 Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and Politics 31-44 (2019)
- King Fung Tsang, China’s Rule of Law through the Eyes of Private International Law in Common Law Jurisdictions, 47 Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law 104-161 (2019).
- King Fung Tsang, Enforcement of Foreign Commercial Judgments in China, 14 Journal of Private International Law 262 (2018)
- King Fung Tsang, An Empirical Research on Piercing the Corporate Veil and Enforcement of Foreign Judgment, 52 Texas International Law Journal 103 (2017)
- King Fung Tsang, Double Actionability: An Outdated Rule in Modern Times, 86 UMKC Law Review 73 (2017)
- King Fung Tsang, Chinese Bilateral Enforcement Treaties, 40 Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review 1 (2017)
- King Fung Tsang, The Elephant in the Room: An Empirical Study of Piercing the Corporate Veil in the Jurisdictional Context, 12 Hastings Business Law Journal 185 (2016)
- King Fung Tsang, Applicable Law in Piercing the Corporate Veil in the United States: A Choice with No Choice, 10 Journal of Private International Law 227 (2014)
- King Fung Tsang, National Security Review of Foreign Acquisition: US and China, 22 International Company and Commercial Law Review 294 (2011)
- King Fung Tsang, Listing Destination of Chinese Companies: New York or Hong Kong? 23 Columbia Journal of Asian Law 360 (2010)
- King Fung Tsang, Forum Shopping in Insurance Litigations: A Comparison of the Jurisdiction Rules between EU and the US, 32 Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review 239 (2010)
- King Fung Tsang, Forum Shopping in European Insurance Litigation: What We Have Learned from New Hampshire Insurance Co. v. Strabag Bau, 16 Columbia Journal of European Law Online 1 (2009)
- King Fung Tsang, An Introduction to the Conflict of Laws in Hong Kong (LexisNexis, 2017) (with Alan Gibb & Richard Morris)
- King Fung Tsang, CISG as Applicable Law in China in Contracts for the International Sale of Goods: A Multidisciplinary Perspective (Sweet & Maxwell, Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit & Sai Ramani Garimella eds., 2019)
- King Fung Tsang, The Role of Hong Kong in Dispute Resolutions of One Belt One Road in China’s One Belt One Road Initiative and Private International Law (Routledge, Poomintr Sooksripaisarnkit & Sai Ramani Garimella eds., 2018)
- King Fung Tsang, Book Review – Conflict of Laws in the People’s Republic of China (forthcoming with Hong Kong Law Journal, 2019)
- Principal Investigator, Early Career Scheme, 2016/17, “An Empirical Review of China’s New Choice-of-law Regime: In Search of Clear Guidelines?”, Hong Kong SAR Research Grants Council (RGC), HK$532,901, 36 months
- Co-Investigator, General Research Fund, 2017/18, “Corporate Governance of Controlled Firms: An Empirical Study of Company Constitutions in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan”, Hong Kong SAR Research Grant Council (RGC), HK$637,330, 36 months
- Co-Investigator, General Research Fund, 2017/18, “An Empirical and Comparative Study of Law Students’ Perceptions of Their Values in Four Fastest-Growing Asian Countries: China, India, Thailand and Philippines”, Hong Kong SAR Research Grant Council (RGC), $844,880, 36 months
- Principal Investigator, CUHK Direct Grant for Research, 2017/18, “Investigating and Rethinking Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China”, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2017-2018, HK$58,500, 12 months
- Principal Investigator, Micro-Module Courseware Development Grant Scheme, 2017/18, “Understanding Company Law”, Chinese University of Hong Kong, HK$100,000, 12 months
- Teaching Excellence Award 2016-2017, Faculty of Law, CUHK