Ince appoints new Dispute Resolution Partner in Greater China

News / / Hong Kong

Today, we have announced the appointment of Stephen Chan, a seasoned commercial litigator, as a new Partner in our Hong Kong office. This appointment highlights our commitment to growing our dispute resolution practice across the region.

Stephen’s practice includes multi-jurisdictional fraud and asset tracing involving freezing, gagging and other urgent interim injunctive measures, technology-related disputes, shareholder and company disputes, and contentious employment matters.

Stephen is also experienced in conducting arbitration under HKIAC, SIAC, ICC, UNCITRAL and other institutional arbitral rules worldwide. He is a committee member of the Law Society of Hong Kong’s Arbitration Committee, a qualified solicitor in Hong Kong, and a barrister and solicitor in New Zealand.

Commenting on the appointment, Paul Ho, Head of Greater China at Ince, said:

“Ince was one of the first international law firms to move into Asia over 40 years ago, and I am thrilled that our teams across the region continue to thrive. Stephen’s appointment will help drive further growth in the year ahead.”

Speaking on his new role, Stephen Chan said:

“I am absolutely thrilled to join Ince, a market leader in dispute resolution, international arbitration, shipping, and international trade in the China region, and I look forward to working with the team as it continues to grow.”
Paul Ho

Paul Ho Head of Greater China, Partner & Chief Representative, Shanghai

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