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

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Our lawyers on the ground are admitted in England and Wales, Hong Kong, Singapore and China and are well skilled in the reconciliation of Western and Chinese legal concepts and the preparation of dual language documentation.

The 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.

“INCE & CO’S ‘UNIFORMLY EXCELLENT’ TEAM ATTRACTS PRAISE” AND IS “NOTED FOR ITS ‘PROFESSIONAL AND ACCURATE’ ADVICE.” THE LEGAL 500 ASIA PACIFIC

We have a track record of delivering results across a range of industry sectors on matters including:

  • Commercial Disputes
  • Shipping and Trade
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Energy and Offshore
  • Insurance


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

Accolades

  • Tier 1 Shipping Firm in China, 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

Shanghai Office

Ince Gordon Dadds LLP, Shanghai Representative Office

38F, Sinar Mas Plaza
501 Dongdaming Road
Shanghai
200080
China

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