Sources regard Patrick Sherrington as a "pioneering litigator" in the Hong Kong market. His long-standing experience covers a wide range of complex disputes, including insurance, joint venture and banking claims.
Mark Lin has an excellent reputation in the market for cross-border litigation, especially for disputes involving the financial services and regulatory sectors. Clients describe him as a "leading litigator with a strong track record" who "always provides pragmatic advice." He acted for a former director of CITIC on Market Misconduct Tribunal proceedings brought by the SFC.
Clients say that Allan Leung is "very client service minded and extremely responsive, not to mention a very high-quality lawyer." Sources also note his ability to handle sensitive negotiations, explaining that "he knows how to get the job done and can get it done diplomatically." His practice covers a wide range of commercial litigation.
Interviewees describe Chris Dobby as "very solid, hands-on and intellectually robust." He regularly advises financial institutions and liquidators on insolvency and commercial disputes. Recently, he led the firm's representation of Akai-Akai Holdings in a USD1.2 billion action against its former chairman.
Commentators say Danny Leung is "a pleasure to deal with: thorough in his advice, practical and pragmatic, with high-quality drafting." His commercial litigation practice covers contentious insolvency, employment and regulatory matters.