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Asia Pacific: Regional International Arbitration

Leading firms
Leading firms - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

At Hogan Lovells, Timothy Hill and James Kwan in Hong Kong handle cases with concerning issues ranging from technology through to corporate matters, many of them with connections to Greater China, including disputes before all manner of centres and also ad-hoc arbitrations. Kent Phillips in Singapore also handles cases with construction, engineering and energy elements.

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Hong Kong

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' team is adept in handling highly structured, cross-border financing transactions for PRC-based and international banks and borrowers. The group includes a number of practitioners who are fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, making them well-placed to advise on onshore and offshore financing transactions; notable practitioners include counsel Louise Leung, senior associate Jenny Yim and Chris Mills. Senior associate Shantay Cong splits her practice between Hong Kong and Shanghai. Practice head Owen Chan has a wealth of experience in areas such as acquisition finance, real estate finance, structured finance and debt restructuring. A recent highlight saw Chan and Yim act as the lead counsel to a syndicate of 24 banks, led by Bank of China, in the provision of multiple currency facilities to Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed gas service operator ZhongYu Gas Group as part of a debt refinancing. In addition, Chan and senior associate Alan Wong advised a syndicate of banks on the provision of $4.65bn term and revolving loan facilities to Tencent Asset Management. The firm's market profile enables it to attract work from other clients, including Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), Agricultural Bank of China, China Development Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Allan Wardrop recently left to join Sidley Austin.

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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells¬†counts¬†‚Äėamong¬†the best for global construction disputes‚Äô.¬†Led by Timothy Hill, ‚Äėa very experienced lawyer and construction expert‚Äô,¬†the team counts the Hong Kong Airport Authority¬†among its clients. Recent work includes¬†representing¬†Metta Resources in High Court proceedings relating to the Tsz Shan Monastery project,¬†one of the largest construction disputes before the Hong Kong courts.¬†The¬†‚Äėvery experienced‚Äô¬†Damon So¬†has¬†a background¬†in¬†civil¬†engineering and¬†is noted by clients for his 'ability to digest and present complex issues'.

Leading individuals

Damon So - Hogan Lovells

Timothy Hill - Hogan Lovells

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Corporate (including M&A)
Corporate (including M&A) - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' global footprint and cross-practice expertise make it a strong performer in complex, multifaceted transactions. One of its many areas of strength is China outbound deals, as was evidenced in 2017 when a cross-office team gave advice to CITIC Capital Silk Road GP on its $10m investment in LanzaTech New Zealand via a subscription of Series D preferred shares and warrants. Led by Tim Fletcher, who has 27 years of experience based in Asia, the group also excels in domestic M&A, China inbound transactions and other multi-jurisdictional matters. Fletcher acted for DCC on its proposed acquisition of Shell's LPG business in Hong Kong and Macau for $150m. Clients such as Swissport and HNA Group also turn to the firm for corporate advice. Stephanie Tang joined from Shearman & Sterling. Steven Tran joined Mayer Brown in February 2019.

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Insurance
Insurance - ranked: tier 4

Hogan Lovells

Under the leadership of practice head Tim Fletcher, Hogan Lovells' team specialises in complex life insurance and insurance financing transactions. Recent work includes striking out a High Court action against client Prudential over an alleged breach of contract and misappropriation of funds with damages amounting to HK$10.6m. Clients also include AXA Asia and C.V. Starr & Co. Senior associate Jan Buschmann, who has particular expertise in life insurance and complex reinsurance arrangements, left to join Debevoise & Plimpton LLP.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Despite losing experienced practitioner Henry Wheare to Nixon Peabody CWL in January 2018, Hogan Lovells remains a significant presence in the Hong Kong market across a range of IP work, running the gamut from portfolio management on behalf of local and international corporates, through to copyright and trade mark litigation. Team head Eugene Low is regularly at the forefront of the most significant IP matters handled by the team and is able to call upon a vast reservoir of knowledge across advisory and transactional IP, including niche expertise on consumer protection and advertising law; he also handles contentious matters. Low has been involved in a significant amount of Hong Kong-related cross-border litigation, such as successfully securing a Hong Kong Mareva injunction application involving trade mark and copyright infringement on behalf of Lego. Counsel Andrew Cobden has a focus on patent law advice for pharmaceutical and life sciences companies; he continues to represent Otsuka Pharmaceuticals as plaintiff in a rare example of Hong Kong litigation regarding a second medical use patent. Recently promoted to counsel, Serena Lim has a burgeoning reputation handling brand protection and enforcement, as well as in IP commercialisation. Counsel Kenny Wong maintains a niche entertainment practice acting for A-list artists, film directors, film production companies, and record companies. Other clients include Caterpillar, H&M, Lundbeck and Nagravision.

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Labour and employment
Labour and employment - ranked: tier 4

Hogan Lovells

Led by commercial litigator Allan Leung on the disputes side, and corporate partner Tim Fletcher on the non-contentious front, Hogan Lovells handles a significant volume and range of work (including advice on employment contracts, transfer of employees and restrictive covenants), primarily for existing clients of the firm. Fletcher is providing employment advice to 21st Century Fox on the $52.4bn sale of certain of its businesses to The Walt Disney Company in a stock transaction.

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Private equity
Private equity - ranked: tier 5

Hogan Lovells

Although it has a relatively small presence in Hong Kong, Hogan Lovells is well-placed to advise on Asia-Pacific mandates by virtue of also being able to call upon the expertise of practitioners based in key offices in China, Vietnam and Singapore, among other sites. CITIC Capital was advised on its investment in Lanza Tech New Zealand. Other clients include Navis Capital Partners, China Media Capital and Lime Tree Capital Partners. Steven Tran joined Mayer Brown in February 2019.

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Regulatory
Regulatory - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Mark Lin and Tim Fletcher head up the practice at Hogan Lovells. The team regularly advises the Greater China legal and compliance teams of Société Générale, covering issues relating to compliance with the new OTC derivatives business regulations, margin finance, scope of licence, registration, and the roles of individual bankers. Clients also include AXA and Chau Chi Yin, the former director of CITIC.

Leading individuals

Mark Lin - Hogan Lovells

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Restructuring and insolvency
Restructuring and insolvency - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Now with only one partner based in Hong Kong, Hogan Lovells' capacity to handle a significant volume and diversity of matters has been somewhat reduced; nevertheless, it regularly works alongside key Asian offices including in Singapore to provide 'a strong offering on the contentious front' for insolvency practitioners and banks such as Borrelli Walsh, FTI Consulting, Standard Chartered Bank and KPMG. The 'excellent' Chris Dobby is the primary contact in the Hong Kong office and, by virtue of his accreditation as one of the few solicitor-advocates with higher rights of audience, is able to advocate in Hong Kong’s higher court. With assistance from well-regarded senior associate Karen Chan, Dobby continues to represent the liquidators of Akai in relation to Akai’s liquidation and the ongoing investigation and recovery actions against its former chairman.

Leading individuals

Chris Dobby - Hogan Lovells

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TMT
TMT - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' versatile practice is active across the spectrum of commercial and regulatory matters affecting clients in the TMT sector. Led by Mark Parsons, the team has moved with the market and is at the vanguard of the most cutting-edge areas of law, including rapidly developing concepts such as blockchain technology and other fintech issues. Parsons continues to act for Citigroup on its Hong Kong digital banking initiatives, which entailed the drafting and negotiation of technology agreements and the provision of regulatory advice on data protection implications. Other highlights included advising Gogo on its strategic alliance with Cathay Pacific in order to provide in-flight Wi-Fi to customers, and acting for China Telecom Global on a range of matters, including a global data policy review. Kenny Wong is recommended for his work in the media sector. Other clients include Tencent, Google and StubHub.

Leading individuals

Mark Parsons - Hogan Lovells

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Hong Kong: Capital markets

Capital markets (equity)
Capital markets (equity) - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' equity capital markets practice in Asia has been growing, following the arrivals in 2016 of Sammy Li and Stephen Peepels from Paul Hastings LLP and DLA Piper respectively. In addition to working with other offices on multi-jurisdictional matters originated from the firm's wider network, the Hong Kong team has built up its own portfolio of cross-border work from clients in Greater China and the wider Asia-Pacific region. Li, Peepels and Nelson Tang jointly head up the team, which has become particularly active in emerging markets such as India, Indonesia and Vietnam. The firm has a strong client following on the institutional side; in 2017, Tang and senior associate Jeffrey Lee acted for RaffAello Capital as the sole sponsor and RaffAello Securities (HK) as the sole bookrunner and lead manager on the HK$79m Hong Kong GEM Board IPO of Fineland Real Estate Services Group. In addition, Lee was the lead adviser to the sole sponsor and the underwriters on the HK$70m Hong Kong IPO of restaurant group 1957 & Co. (Hospitality). A key differentiator of the firm's offering is its ability to leverage the network to assist issuers with the most complex aspects of their listings, where appropriate; Peepels has been working alongside members of the international trade and investment team in Washington DC in the advice to more than 20 companies on the applicability of US, EU, UN and Australian economic sanctions and export controls in the context of their Hong Kong IPOs. In addition to handling IPOs and secondary offerings, the team also acts for listed companies in corporate transactions, as was illustrated when Tang and Lee advised Hong Kong listed company Welling on its circa $237m privatisation by Midea by way of a scheme of arrangement.

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Hong Kong: Dispute resolution

Dispute resolution: international arbitration
Dispute resolution: international arbitration - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Timothy Hill and James Kwan lead the team at Hogan Lovells. Hill is particularly well known in the engineering and construction industry, where he represents owners and contractors in major engineering-related arbitrations. He has also acted in commercial and insurance arbitrations including carbon trading matters. Kwan specialises in international commercial arbitration, with a focus on healthcare, life sciences, technology, infrastructure and energy disputes. Clients include Tencent. Terence Wong departed for Winston & Strawn.

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Dispute resolution: litigation
Dispute resolution: litigation - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells'¬†‚Äėfirst-class‚Äô team is headed by¬†Allan Leung¬†and Chris Dobby. It has seen some growth, with Edward Seto¬†joining from Andrew W.Y. Ng & Co, Jeremy Forsyth¬†from Bennett + Co, and Byron Philips¬†from CMS. In recent highlights, the team advised¬†China Metal's liquidators in relation to the first ever application to wind up a Hong Kong-listed company on public interest grounds, involving multi-jurisdictional investigations and asset recovery claims. It also successfully represented¬†Chau Chi Yin, a former director of CITIC, in a market misconduct tribunal action, and the¬†Hong Kong Airport Authority in several judicial reviews, one involving matters of public security. Mark Lin¬†is ‚Äėa seasoned litigator.'

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Asia Pacific: Regional International Arbitration

Leading firms
Leading firms - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

At Hogan Lovells, Timothy Hill and James Kwan in Hong Kong handle cases with concerning issues ranging from technology through to corporate matters, many of them with connections to Greater China, including disputes before all manner of centres and also ad-hoc arbitrations. Kent Phillips in Singapore also handles cases with construction, engineering and energy elements.

[back to top]

Hong Kong

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' team is adept in handling highly structured, cross-border financing transactions for PRC-based and international banks and borrowers. The group includes a number of practitioners who are fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin, making them well-placed to advise on onshore and offshore financing transactions; notable practitioners include counsel Louise Leung, senior associate Jenny Yim and Chris Mills. Senior associate Shantay Cong splits her practice between Hong Kong and Shanghai. Practice head Owen Chan has a wealth of experience in areas such as acquisition finance, real estate finance, structured finance and debt restructuring. A recent highlight saw Chan and Yim act as the lead counsel to a syndicate of 24 banks, led by Bank of China, in the provision of multiple currency facilities to Hong Kong Stock Exchange-listed gas service operator ZhongYu Gas Group as part of a debt refinancing. In addition, Chan and senior associate Alan Wong advised a syndicate of banks on the provision of $4.65bn term and revolving loan facilities to Tencent Asset Management. The firm's market profile enables it to attract work from other clients, including Australia and New Zealand Banking Group (ANZ), Agricultural Bank of China, China Development Bank and Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Allan Wardrop recently left to join Sidley Austin.

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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells¬†counts¬†‚Äėamong¬†the best for global construction disputes‚Äô.¬†Led by Timothy Hill, ‚Äėa very experienced lawyer and construction expert‚Äô,¬†the team counts the Hong Kong Airport Authority¬†among its clients. Recent work includes¬†representing¬†Metta Resources in High Court proceedings relating to the Tsz Shan Monastery project,¬†one of the largest construction disputes before the Hong Kong courts.¬†The¬†‚Äėvery experienced‚Äô¬†Damon So¬†has¬†a background¬†in¬†civil¬†engineering and¬†is noted by clients for his 'ability to digest and present complex issues'.

Leading individuals

Damon So - Hogan Lovells

Timothy Hill - Hogan Lovells

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Corporate (including M&A)
Corporate (including M&A) - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' global footprint and cross-practice expertise make it a strong performer in complex, multifaceted transactions. One of its many areas of strength is China outbound deals, as was evidenced in 2017 when a cross-office team gave advice to CITIC Capital Silk Road GP on its $10m investment in LanzaTech New Zealand via a subscription of Series D preferred shares and warrants. Led by Tim Fletcher, who has 27 years of experience based in Asia, the group also excels in domestic M&A, China inbound transactions and other multi-jurisdictional matters. Fletcher acted for DCC on its proposed acquisition of Shell's LPG business in Hong Kong and Macau for $150m. Clients such as Swissport and HNA Group also turn to the firm for corporate advice. Stephanie Tang joined from Shearman & Sterling. Steven Tran joined Mayer Brown in February 2019.

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Insurance
Insurance - ranked: tier 4

Hogan Lovells

Under the leadership of practice head Tim Fletcher, Hogan Lovells' team specialises in complex life insurance and insurance financing transactions. Recent work includes striking out a High Court action against client Prudential over an alleged breach of contract and misappropriation of funds with damages amounting to HK$10.6m. Clients also include AXA Asia and C.V. Starr & Co. Senior associate Jan Buschmann, who has particular expertise in life insurance and complex reinsurance arrangements, left to join Debevoise & Plimpton LLP.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Despite losing experienced practitioner Henry Wheare to Nixon Peabody CWL in January 2018, Hogan Lovells remains a significant presence in the Hong Kong market across a range of IP work, running the gamut from portfolio management on behalf of local and international corporates, through to copyright and trade mark litigation. Team head Eugene Low is regularly at the forefront of the most significant IP matters handled by the team and is able to call upon a vast reservoir of knowledge across advisory and transactional IP, including niche expertise on consumer protection and advertising law; he also handles contentious matters. Low has been involved in a significant amount of Hong Kong-related cross-border litigation, such as successfully securing a Hong Kong Mareva injunction application involving trade mark and copyright infringement on behalf of Lego. Counsel Andrew Cobden has a focus on patent law advice for pharmaceutical and life sciences companies; he continues to represent Otsuka Pharmaceuticals as plaintiff in a rare example of Hong Kong litigation regarding a second medical use patent. Recently promoted to counsel, Serena Lim has a burgeoning reputation handling brand protection and enforcement, as well as in IP commercialisation. Counsel Kenny Wong maintains a niche entertainment practice acting for A-list artists, film directors, film production companies, and record companies. Other clients include Caterpillar, H&M, Lundbeck and Nagravision.

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Labour and employment
Labour and employment - ranked: tier 4

Hogan Lovells

Led by commercial litigator Allan Leung on the disputes side, and corporate partner Tim Fletcher on the non-contentious front, Hogan Lovells handles a significant volume and range of work (including advice on employment contracts, transfer of employees and restrictive covenants), primarily for existing clients of the firm. Fletcher is providing employment advice to 21st Century Fox on the $52.4bn sale of certain of its businesses to The Walt Disney Company in a stock transaction.

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Private equity
Private equity - ranked: tier 5

Hogan Lovells

Although it has a relatively small presence in Hong Kong, Hogan Lovells is well-placed to advise on Asia-Pacific mandates by virtue of also being able to call upon the expertise of practitioners based in key offices in China, Vietnam and Singapore, among other sites. CITIC Capital was advised on its investment in Lanza Tech New Zealand. Other clients include Navis Capital Partners, China Media Capital and Lime Tree Capital Partners. Steven Tran joined Mayer Brown in February 2019.

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Regulatory
Regulatory - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Mark Lin and Tim Fletcher head up the practice at Hogan Lovells. The team regularly advises the Greater China legal and compliance teams of Société Générale, covering issues relating to compliance with the new OTC derivatives business regulations, margin finance, scope of licence, registration, and the roles of individual bankers. Clients also include AXA and Chau Chi Yin, the former director of CITIC.

Leading individuals

Mark Lin - Hogan Lovells

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Restructuring and insolvency
Restructuring and insolvency - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Now with only one partner based in Hong Kong, Hogan Lovells' capacity to handle a significant volume and diversity of matters has been somewhat reduced; nevertheless, it regularly works alongside key Asian offices including in Singapore to provide 'a strong offering on the contentious front' for insolvency practitioners and banks such as Borrelli Walsh, FTI Consulting, Standard Chartered Bank and KPMG. The 'excellent' Chris Dobby is the primary contact in the Hong Kong office and, by virtue of his accreditation as one of the few solicitor-advocates with higher rights of audience, is able to advocate in Hong Kong’s higher court. With assistance from well-regarded senior associate Karen Chan, Dobby continues to represent the liquidators of Akai in relation to Akai’s liquidation and the ongoing investigation and recovery actions against its former chairman.

Leading individuals

Chris Dobby - Hogan Lovells

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TMT
TMT - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' versatile practice is active across the spectrum of commercial and regulatory matters affecting clients in the TMT sector. Led by Mark Parsons, the team has moved with the market and is at the vanguard of the most cutting-edge areas of law, including rapidly developing concepts such as blockchain technology and other fintech issues. Parsons continues to act for Citigroup on its Hong Kong digital banking initiatives, which entailed the drafting and negotiation of technology agreements and the provision of regulatory advice on data protection implications. Other highlights included advising Gogo on its strategic alliance with Cathay Pacific in order to provide in-flight Wi-Fi to customers, and acting for China Telecom Global on a range of matters, including a global data policy review. Kenny Wong is recommended for his work in the media sector. Other clients include Tencent, Google and StubHub.

Leading individuals

Mark Parsons - Hogan Lovells

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Hong Kong: Capital markets

Capital markets (equity)
Capital markets (equity) - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells' equity capital markets practice in Asia has been growing, following the arrivals in 2016 of Sammy Li and Stephen Peepels from Paul Hastings LLP and DLA Piper respectively. In addition to working with other offices on multi-jurisdictional matters originated from the firm's wider network, the Hong Kong team has built up its own portfolio of cross-border work from clients in Greater China and the wider Asia-Pacific region. Li, Peepels and Nelson Tang jointly head up the team, which has become particularly active in emerging markets such as India, Indonesia and Vietnam. The firm has a strong client following on the institutional side; in 2017, Tang and senior associate Jeffrey Lee acted for RaffAello Capital as the sole sponsor and RaffAello Securities (HK) as the sole bookrunner and lead manager on the HK$79m Hong Kong GEM Board IPO of Fineland Real Estate Services Group. In addition, Lee was the lead adviser to the sole sponsor and the underwriters on the HK$70m Hong Kong IPO of restaurant group 1957 & Co. (Hospitality). A key differentiator of the firm's offering is its ability to leverage the network to assist issuers with the most complex aspects of their listings, where appropriate; Peepels has been working alongside members of the international trade and investment team in Washington DC in the advice to more than 20 companies on the applicability of US, EU, UN and Australian economic sanctions and export controls in the context of their Hong Kong IPOs. In addition to handling IPOs and secondary offerings, the team also acts for listed companies in corporate transactions, as was illustrated when Tang and Lee advised Hong Kong listed company Welling on its circa $237m privatisation by Midea by way of a scheme of arrangement.

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Hong Kong: Dispute resolution

Dispute resolution: international arbitration
Dispute resolution: international arbitration - ranked: tier 3

Hogan Lovells

Timothy Hill and James Kwan lead the team at Hogan Lovells. Hill is particularly well known in the engineering and construction industry, where he represents owners and contractors in major engineering-related arbitrations. He has also acted in commercial and insurance arbitrations including carbon trading matters. Kwan specialises in international commercial arbitration, with a focus on healthcare, life sciences, technology, infrastructure and energy disputes. Clients include Tencent. Terence Wong departed for Winston & Strawn.

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Dispute resolution: litigation
Dispute resolution: litigation - ranked: tier 2

Hogan Lovells

Hogan Lovells'¬†‚Äėfirst-class‚Äô team is headed by¬†Allan Leung¬†and Chris Dobby. It has seen some growth, with Edward Seto¬†joining from Andrew W.Y. Ng & Co, Jeremy Forsyth¬†from Bennett + Co, and Byron Philips¬†from CMS. In recent highlights, the team advised¬†China Metal's liquidators in relation to the first ever application to wind up a Hong Kong-listed company on public interest grounds, involving multi-jurisdictional investigations and asset recovery claims. It also successfully represented¬†Chau Chi Yin, a former director of CITIC, in a market misconduct tribunal action, and the¬†Hong Kong Airport Authority in several judicial reviews, one involving matters of public security. Mark Lin¬†is ‚Äėa seasoned litigator.'

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