Clyde & Co is one of the longest-established international law firms in Hong Kong, having served clients in the region for almost 40 years.
Our Hong Kong office offers a complete legal service to local and international clients in the key sectors of aviation, marine, construction, energy, professional practices, international trade, and insurance and reinsurance.
Our dedicated team provides a high level of service for clients throughout Hong Kong, mainland China, the Asia Pacific region and worldwide.
Our clients include multinational corporations, insurers and reinsurers, investment banks and other financial institutions, regulatory bodies, trading houses, airlines, developers, contractors, oil and gas companies, charterers, ship owners, P&I clubs, government organisations and NGOs.
Our Hong Kong lawyers advise across corporate and M&A transactions, dispute resolution and international arbitration, employment, financial and regulatory matters. We are proud to have one of the largest dispute resolution teams in Hong Kong and serve as industry leaders in both commercial litigation and arbitration.
Our Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Chongqing offices operate as an integrated unit. We also have well-established affiliations with local and correspondent law firms in all major jurisdictions.
We have the resources, depth of experience and extensive network of international offices to handle the largest and most complex transactions. Through our firm's global outlook, we have built a pragmatic and solutions focused team in Hong Kong with many who are not only bilingual but also dual qualified, to better serve our clients in various jurisdictions.
We are committed to unravelling problems and steering our clients through the diverse legal and commercial challenges that they face. We understand the nuances of operating and communicating in Asia and beyond.
We are impressed by Clyde's analytical problem solving and the level and quality of the support it offers its the only firm we use.
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