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William KQ Ho

Senior Associate
+61.3.9640.4216
Fax +61.3.9205.2055

Mr. Ho has acted for and advised a broad range of clients in a variety of areas, including professional negligence claims, public liability claims, commercial and contractual disputes, regulatory compliance, administrative law (including Freedom of Information requests), alternative dispute resolution including domestic and international arbitration, and property, building and retail tenancy disputes.

Mr. Ho represented the Asia Pacific Regional Arbitration Group at the 48th and 49th sessions of UNCITRAL Working Group II (Arbitration) in New York and Vienna. He has also completed an Associateship with the Honourable Justice Croft of the Supreme Court of Victoria.

Professional/Civic Activities

  • Law Institute of Victoria member
  • Australian Center for International Commercial Arbitration
  • Advising major corporations as to the effect of their contractual and leasing arrangements, freedom of information requests, and regulatory compliance.
  • Acting for and advising clients in disputes relating to negligence claims, property, building defects, debt recovery, leases, consumer claims and product recalls.
  • Acting for directors in breach of directors' duties claims.
  • Advising statutory authorities, insurers and corporations regarding insurance coverage.
  • Advising and acting for legal practitioners in claims for professional negligence in the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) and County Court.
  • Acting in a claim against an insurance broker in the Victorian Supreme Court.
  • Acting for a client in a professional negligence claim against accountants in the Federal Court.
  • Advising clients on civil procedure issues including subpoenas, anti-suit injunctions, stay applications, discovery and interlocutory injunctions.
  • Advising clients in relation to domestic and international arbitration disputes, clauses and procedures.
  • Acting for a client in an agricultural dispute in the New South Wales Supreme Court.