Evangeline Tsui is an associate in the Hong Kong office of Latham & Watkins and a member of the Litigation & Trial Department.

Ms. Tsui has a broad civil and commercial practice, covering general commercial and contractual disputes, international arbitration, and anti-corruption compliance and investigations. She advises multinational corporations and banks, listed companies, and shareholders on a wide variety of matters.

Ms. Tsui’s recent experience includes representing / conducting:

  • Warburg Pincus Co-Led Group on Investment in JD Property, with respect to the compliance-related due diligence, representations, undertakings, and post-closing covenants in the relevant transaction documents before closing 
  • A listed company in Malaysia regarding a dispute related to the termination of a Sino-foreign joint venture
  • Ukraine as respondent in an ICSID arbitration against claims brought by Gilward Investments B.V. concerning the insolvency of Aerosvit, a leading Ukrainian airline
  • United Microelectronics Corp., a global company that develops and manufactures technology products, in government investigation concerning charges of theft of trade secrets and economic espionage brought by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and filed in the Northern District of California
  • A major Chinese online game company in two arbitrations relating to several licensing agreements, seated in Singapore, against a Korean online game company 
  • An internal investigation for a global professional services firm following whistleblower allegations and representing it before the US SEC and other regulators 
  • A compliance assessment for a leading multinational pharmaceutical company to assess FCPA risks for its marketing program in China
  • A Chinese state-owned asset management company on responding to Hong Kong SFC’s investigations into a number of transactions involving several listed companies in Hong Kong
  • PWC as liquidators of Shanghai Huaxin (Hong Kong) Limited, a key subsidiary of one of China’s largest publicly-held conglomerates CEFC Group (China Energy Company Ltd.)
  • Pre-acquisition anti-corruption due diligence for several leading private equity companies

Bar Qualification

  • Hong Kong (Solicitor)


  • BA (Law), University of Cambridge