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Heidi Li

Of Counsel

Hong Kong

Heidi Li

Of Counsel

Hong Kong

Heidi’s practice focuses on contentious insolvency and commercial disputes for corporations, financial institutions and high net worth individuals.

She has extensive experience in handling commercial disputes relating to debt and asset recovery, enforcement of security, financial product and service mis-selling, bankruptcy and insolvency-related issues and shareholders’ disputes. Her experience also includes arbitration-related court matters and investigations involving financial services and anti-trust issues.

Heidi is qualified as a solicitor in Hong Kong and speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

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Admitted as a solicitor (Hong Kong), 2014


Bachelor of Laws (Hons), University College London, 2011

PCLL (Distinction), The University of Hong Kong, 2012

Other noteworthy experience


  • An APAC-based private equity fund on a multi-jurisdictional debt enforcement of two facilities totalling more than USD200m granted to a BVI-incorporated company and a Hong Kong-incorporated company.
  • A Chinese company in two HKIAC arbitrations against a US investment firm in relation to a shareholders dispute in the media and entertainment industry.
  • An international bank in an investigation by the Hong Kong Competition Commission in relation to potential anti-competitive conduct.
  • An international bank on a dispute arising from its sale of a sub-participation interest in distressed debt.
  • The liquidators of a Hong Kong engineering and renewable energy company on the realisation, recovery and preservation of the assets of the company in liquidation.
  • A global bank on the recovery of over HKD300 million of debts under a series of securities facilities from various individual debtors with presence in Hong Kong SAR, Mainland China and the BVI. 
  • A European corporate in applying for a freezing injunction and ancillary orders in Hong Kong to recover funds transferred out as a result of fraudulent instructions.
  • A global bank in defending mis-selling proceedings brought by a customer.
  • A political individual in proceedings concerning a dispute under a joint venture agreement and related committal proceedings.

Pro bono

  • Advising an Indonesian domestic worker in relation to certain illegal agency and money-lending practices by parties across Hong Kong and Indonesia