Media Reports

Shenzhen TV Broadcast
4 December 2013

Mr Chung Ting Fai was interviewed by Shenzhen TV with regards to the sweeping legal reforms announced by China.
The Newpaper
14 June 2013

With regards to the recent sex-for-contracts case, Mr Chung Ting Fai was invited to express his legal opinion on the case and he mentioned that the female parties who act as the “giver” may also be charged over the gifts even though the recipient of the gifts has already been prosecuted and sentenced to jail for bribery.
Lianhe Wanbao
11 June 2013

Mr Chung Ting Fai was invited to offer his opinion as a senior lawyer on a sex-for-contracts case. He expressed that it was a wise decision on the prosecution’s part to decide not to appeal to the court after judgment was passed.
Xinhua News
26 March 2013

Mr Chung Ting Fai was interviewed and broadcasted on Xinhua News.
Lianhe Wanbao
1 March 2013

Mr Chung Ting Fai was invited to offer legal advice to a middle-aged man who wished to claim against his ex-employer for the salary owed to him. Mr Chung Ting Fai advised him that he could consider claiming against his ex-employer but should weigh the legal costs of doing so.
The Straits Times
16 January 2013

A middle-aged man was re-arrested for embezzlement. Mr Chung Ting Fai, acting as his lawyer for the matter mitigated for him pleading that the Defendant had three children and ageing parents both in their late 70s to care for.
Lianhe Wanbao
15 January 2013

A middle-aged man was re-arrested for embezzlement. Mr Chung Ting Fai, acting as his lawyer for the matter mitigated for him pleading that the Defendant had three children and ageing parents both in their late 70s to care for.
The Straits Times
8 January 2013

A Chinese national teacher is arrested for theft, Mr Chung Ting Fai, acting for her as the defense counsel mitigated for her pleading that she was suffering from major depression.