Cheng, Albert Jinghan 鄭經翰

HKSAR v Donald Tsang Yam Kuen
HK Court of First Instance, 6-Mar-2018
Justice Andrew Chan slams the ex-CE for failure to cooperate with the ICAC despite public promises to do so. 1/3 of an estimated HK$15m of prosecution costs in trial 1 are awarded against him. After conviction for misconduct in public office and a hung jury on a bribery charge, he was tried again on that charge and the new jury hung again. It now emerges that in an attempt to influence the jury in trial 2, a PR firm or consultant rustled up the great and good to sit in a reserved section of the public gallery. We note that many of them are the same staunch Catholics from across the political spectrum who attended a church service to pray for him after his conviction. Amongst the congregation was CE-elect Carrie Lam, who now has the power to pardon him.
The welfare claims ratio
UPDATED 21-Oct: a newspaper columnist who opposes means-testing of the proposed Old Age Living Allowance recently claimed that it is an "open secret" that most of the elderly who qualify for fruit money don't claim it. We put that urban myth to rest with detailed estimates showing at least a 90% claims ratio. (17-Oct-2012)
Webb on "Backchat" re Link REIT
RTHK, 16-Nov-2007
Legislator Albert Cheng Jinghan's trip to Seattle on Cathay Pacific Airways
HK Legislative Council, 3-Oct-2007
Albert Cheng King-hon & Peter Lam Yuk Wah v Paul Tse Wai Chun - costs
HK Court of Final Appeal, 17-Jan-2001
Albert Cheng King-hon & Peter Lam Yuk Wah v Paul Tse Wai Chun
HK Court of Final Appeal, 13-Nov-2000
Paul Tse Wai Chun v Albert Cheng King Hon & Peter Lam Yuk Wah
HK Court of Appeal, 2-Feb-2000
Paul Tse Wai Chun v Albert Cheng King Hon & 2 others
HK Court of First Instance, 28-May-1998
Paul Tse Wai Chun v Albert Cheng King Hon & 2 others
HK Court of First Instance, 19-May-1998
Paul Tse Wai Chun v Albert Cheng King Hon & 2 others
HK Court of First Instance, 12-May-1998

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