Lok obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from Lancaster University with First Class Honours. He then completed his Postgraduate Certificate in Laws at the University of Hong Kong.
Lok joined OLN as a trainee solicitor in 2018 and was admitted as a solicitor in 2020. His practice focuses on dispute resolution. He has experience in complex commercial disputes involving shareholders’ disputes (in both private and listed companies), derivative action, civil fraud, investment disputes and asset recovery. Apart from commercial disputes, Lok also acts regularly in employment matters (both contentious and non-contentious). He has also acted in connection with various high-profile complex trust and probate cases.
Apart from the above, Lok occasionally assists in private client work and tax-related matters.
Lok is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
- Yung Siu Wa v Raffles Family Office Ltd  5 HKLRD 816 (concerning the proper tests for director’s inspection of company documents)
- AK v MYNT  HKFC62;  HKCA 562 (obtaining ex-parte matrimonial injunction freezing over HK$60M)
- DAC CHINA SOS (BARBADOS) SRL v. PACIFIC HARBOR ADVISORS PTE LTD HCCT 52/2019 (seeking to discharge and discontinue ex-parte proprietary and Mareva injunction in aid of arbitration proceedings)
- TOKIĆ, D.O.O. v. Hongkong Shui Fat Trading Ltd and others  4 HKLRD 189 (acting for the Plaintiff in connection with a sophisticated cyber fraud involving over US$1.9M)
- Coping with frustration: does a commercial tenant have a legal justification to not pay rent in the “new normal”?, by Anna Chan (Partner), Martin Tse & Lok Ho (Associates), LexisNexis®️ The New Normal Law Guide 2020