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Our China practice stays abreast of market conditions and development in China and globally. We advise our clients from an informed and respectful perspective while our close working relationships with leading Chinese law firms ensures that our advice reflects local outlook, local procedures and local law.

All our Greater China offices (Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing) often work together on inbound and outbound deals and matters, and our Hong Kong and Singapore offices have dedicated mainland China teams.

We offer clients an effective combination of legal expertise, Chinese language capabilities and an insight into the ever changing business and regulatory environment in China.

Our lawyers on the ground are admitted in England and Wales, Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, British Virgin Islands, and a number of them are qualified in mainland China. They are well skilled in the reconciliation of Western and Chinese legal concepts and the preparation of dual language documentation. 

Our China team is constantly ranked as a top tier law firm in shipping and insurance categories by Chambers Asia Pacific and Legal 500 Asia Pacific. We have received a number of awards from independent organizations, including Seatrade Maritime Asia, Lloyd’s List Asia Pacific, China Business Law Journal, Marine Money, and Asialaw and Benchmark Litigation, etc. Ince is also recognised as a leading international law firm by legal publications in other jurisdictions.

Key contact

  • Paul Ho

    Paul Ho
    Chief Representative of Shanghai office and Head of Greater China, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong

"They have a good network worldwide, which is a great help - lawyers from different offices can co-operate with each other."

Chambers Asia Pacific