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Our lawyers are experienced across the firm's core business areas in business & finance, shipping, insurance & reinsurance, international trade, aviation, and energy. We handle a range of complex cross-border transactions including banking and finance, foreign direct investment, mergers and acquisitions, projects, and investment funds.
We also work in all forms of local, regional and international arbitration, litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) with experience in most major areas of the dispute resolution world including commercial disputes, insolvency and recoveries, insurance disputes, competition and anti-trust, fraud, and crisis response.
Our Hong Kong team is part of the firm's global emergency response team which is available 24 hours a day, 365 days per year to respond to every type of incident anywhere in the world.
“…THIS FIRM HAS A LEADING REPUTATION WITHIN THE MARKET, AND IS NOTED FOR BEING ‘HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL AND RESPONSIVE, AND BRINGING A HIGH LEVEL OF DEDICATION TO ITS WORK’.” CHAMBERS ASIA PACIFIC
Our lawyers in Hong Kong practice English and Hong Kong law and include a multinational, multilingual team of solicitors and registered foreign lawyers licensed to practice in China, US, Australia and Singapore. Our regional resources are underpinned by our close working relationships with local law firms in China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and other Asian countries, which ensures that our advice reflects local laws, local procedures and local market practice.
- Tier 1 Shipping Firm in Hong Kong, Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018
- Tier 1 Asset Finance Firm in Hong Kong, Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2018
- Band 1 Shipping: Litigation Firm in China, Chambers Asia Pacific 2018
- Band 1 Shipping: Litigation Firm in Asia Pacific region, Chambers Asia Pacific 2018
- Band 2 Shipping: Finance Firm in China, Chambers Asia Pacific 2018
- Band 2 Shipping: Finance Firm in Asia Pacific region, Chambers Asia Pacific 2018
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