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Norton Rose Fulbright

38/F JARDINE HOUSE, 1 CONNAUGHT PLACE, CENTRAL, HONG KONG
Tel:
Work +852 3405 2300
Email:
Web:
www.nortonrosefulbright.com

Jim James

Tel:
Work +852 3405 2438
Email:
Norton Rose Fulbright

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Dispute resolution and litigation

Career

https://www.nortonrosefulbright.com/en/people/121158


China: Dispute resolution

Dispute resolution: foreign firms

Within: Dispute resolution: foreign firms

Norton Rose Fulbright is highly regarded for complex, often multi-jurisdictional disputes involving contract and commercial disputes; financial institutions and asset managers, including regulatory issues; real estate and construction; technology and telecoms; shipping; and major estate litigation. The Hong Kong-based practice includes Camille Jojo and Alfred Wu as well as consultants Jim James and Philip Nunn.

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Hong Kong

Shipping

Within: Leading individuals

Jim James - Norton Rose Fulbright

Within: Shipping

A key component of a global shipping team that includes experts across the Asia-Pacific region, North America, South Africa and Europe, Norton Rose Fulbright has the critical mass and geographical scope to handle the full array of litigation and commercial shipping work, from both a domestic and a multi-jurisdictional perspective. On the wet shipping front, the recent relocation of 'meticulous and detail-oriented' master mariner Peter Glover from the firm's London office further enhances the office's 'very strong marine casualty offering', which also includes the 'superb' Jim James, who provides 'clear and effective advice' to clients in relation to ship arrests and international shipbuilding disputes. Although he is primarily focused on shipping finance matters, the 'solution-oriented' Jonathan Silver also handles a range of commercial shipping work, including as it relates to the sale and purchase of vessels, pooling arrangements and shipbuilding contracts.

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