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Norton Rose Fulbright Offices
38/F JARDINE HOUSE
1 CONNAUGHT PLACE, CENTRAL
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Dispute resolution and litigation
Asia Pacific: Regional International Arbitration > Leading firms
At Norton Rose Fulbright, KC Lye in Singapore is backed up by prominent counsels Darius Chan and Katie Chung, as well as Camille Jojo and Alfred Wu, who are all key names to note in the firm’s arbitration practice.
Hong Kong > Dispute resolution: litigation
Norton Rose Fulbright‘s litigation team has ‘a good reputation in the industry‘. The group has been kept busy advising private individuals on a range of contentious matters, including defamation and settlements of estates, and also acts for corporations from a range of industries in cases such as breach of fiduciary duties, restructuring, fraud, and misappropriation of assets. Camille Jojo heads up the team, which includes commercial litigator Alfred Wu. Of counsel Michael Chik has left the firm.
Hong Kong > Dispute resolution: international arbitration
The arbitration practice at Norton Rose Fulbright is led by Camille Jojo. The team is well known for acting for construction sector clients, and reports an uptick in work concerning disputes arising from infrastructure projects involving international contractors. Alfred Wu and consultant Philip Nunn are also key contacts.
Hong Kong > Construction
Norton Rose Fulbright has been especially active in contentious work, representing construction companies in contractual and shareholder disputes, among other areas. Arbitration is another core area of expertise for the team. Alfred Wu is the main practitioner to note.
China > Dispute resolution: foreign firms
Norton Rose Fulbright advises on disputes involving estates, contracts, commercial law, finance, real estate and construction, along with shipping, insurance, IP, technology, telecoms and high-net-worth individuals. The Hong Kong-based practice includes Camille Jojo and Alfred Wu, along with consultants Jim James and Philip Nunn.
- Dispute resolution: litigation - Hong Kong
- Dispute resolution: international arbitration - Hong Kong
- Construction - Hong Kong