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15TH FLOOR, TOWER 1, LIPPO CENTRE, 89 QUEENSWAY, ADMIRALTY, HONG KONG
Tel:
Work +852 3983 7788
Fax:
Fax +852 3983 7766
Web:
www.hfw.com
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HFW, Henry Dunlop, Hong Kong,

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Henry Dunlop

Tel:
Work +852 3983 7799
Email:
HFW

Work Department

Shipping and Transport

Position

Henry in a partner specialising in dry shipping disputes, especially Time Charterparties and London maritime arbitration.

Career

Called to Bar 1985; Middleton Potts 1986; qualified England & Wales 1989, Hong Kong 1997; joined Holman Fenwick Willan 1991; Partner 1994


Hong Kong

Shipping

Within: Shipping

Benefiting from 'comprehensive knowledge of the shipping industry', and aided on cross-border matters by practitioners based in other key locations including Piraeus, Singapore and London, HFW provides the full range of litigation and commercial services to P&I clubs, shipowners and charterers. Hong Kong- and UK-qualified partner Henry Dunlop regularly handles cases involving parties based in China, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea; he recently secured summary judgment on behalf of Cosco Bulk Carrier before the English High Court in the defence of claims bought by cargo interests following a collision in Chinese waters. The 'very competent and professional' Patrick Cheung regularly handles disputes concerning shipping-related personal injury and accidents, as well as charterparty, shipbuilding and bills-of-lading matters. In addition to handling contentious shipping matters, Henry Fung is active on the corporate and commercial front and is noted for his 'professionalism' and 'ability to anticipate problems'. George Lamplough has an excellent reputation for handling wet and dry disputes and is a key member of the team, which also includes head of shipping Christopher Chan and senior associate Catherine Smith, who is well regarded for handling charterparty, cargo and bills-of-lading disputes.

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