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Meet Bryan

Bryan Jung is the founder and sole principal of Bryan Jung Law Office. Born and raised in Canada, Bryan is qualified in three jurisdictions and has worked at leading law firms, as an in-house lawyer and as the Hong Kong lead of a legal know-how publication for practising lawyers.

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Hong Kong, British Columbia, New York

Bryan is qualified to practice as a solicitor in Hong Kong, as a barrister and solicitor in British Columbia, and as an attorney in New York. He studied at the University of British Columbia for his B.A. and LL.B. He also completed a LL.M at Columbia University in New York City where he graduated as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar.

External to in-house counsel to legal editor

Bryan has worked in leading law firms in Canada where he worked on commercial and real estate development matters for private sector and government clients. 


He has also worked as an in-house lawyer at a publicly-listed, Hong Kong multinational company focused on the sourcing and trading of consumer goods.  He was responsible for managing the legal matters of apparel, hardgoods and furniture divisions sourcing billions of U.S. dollars worth of goods on an annual basis for customers around the world.

Most recently, Bryan worked as the Hong Kong lead of a major global legal know-how publication. In this role, he gained significant experience in the publishing industry, including in content development, sales and marketing.  He also worked with leading lawyers and general counsels to deliver continuing professional development talks to lawyers in Asia Pacific, and published thought leadership pieces in Hong Kong Lawyer magazine

Representative legal experience

  • Negotiating buying agency agreements on behalf of a buying agent for the sourcing of apparel and hardgoods in Asia for U.S.-based retailers.

  • Negotiating cross-border supply agreements between suppliers and retailers of apparel and furniture.

  • Preparing IP licenses for the manufacture of branded furniture and children's costumes.

  • Negotiating agreements for the distribution of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) in territories in Asia.

  • Working with overseas legal counsel to settle cross-border commercial disputes, including defending a claim for alleged supply of defective goods, enforcement of settlement agreements, and defence of a claim for wrongful termination.

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