Holden Slutsky


Holden is qualified both as a Barrister in Hong Kong and as an Attorney in New York. He is also a Registered Foreign Lawyer, Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC).

He is experienced in advising and representing clients in a variety of civil areas, including complex company and commercial disputes, interlocutory applications, constitutional law, property, personal injury, banking and finance and probate.

He also regularly receives instructions for criminal matters, and has represented clients in bail applications, mitigations, trials and appeals facing charges ranging from simple theft to more serious offences such as robbery and murder. He has also represented numerous clients, including businesses, facing charges prosecuted by the Labour Department, Buildings Department, ICAC, Customs and Excise, and Immigration.

Holden often appears as an advocate in the High Court, District Court and Magistracies, and has also appeared before the Air Transport Licensing Authority.

He read law at Cornell University in New York, as well as in Hong Kong at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the City University of Hong Kong.

He is a regular contributor to the World Bank’s annual ‘Doing Business’ report.

 

Holden Slutsky

Tel: (+852) 2521-5544

Fax: (+852) 2524-5912

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Called to the Bar: Hong Kong ; New York ; Registered Foreign Lawyer, Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC)

Education:

  • Master of Laws, Cornell University
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Laws, Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • JD, City University of Hong Kong
  • Bachelor of Arts, Binghamton University

Languages:

  • English (Native)
  • Mandarin (Basic)

Practice Area(s):

Administrative and Public, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Aviation, Banking and Finance, Company and Securities, Commercial and Contract, Criminal Defence and Prosecution, Disciplinary Proceedings, Employment and Labour, Family, Immigration, Human Rights, Insurance, Land, Personal Injury, Professional Negligence, Shipping and Admiralty, Tort, Wills & Probate.