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The Hong Kong office of Conyers Dill & Pearman has hired Norman Hau, who will be focusing on restructuring & insolvency and contentious corporate matters.
Norman has extensive experience in commercial and insolvency litigation and was previously with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. Norman will advise on restructuring & insolvency and corporate disputes concerning Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands companies from Conyers’ Hong Kong office.
Norman’s hire further strengthens Conyers ability to provide real-time advice to clients in Asia on restructuring, insolvency and corporate disputes including matters involving interim remedies, emergency relief, arbitration and mediation.
Narinder Hargun, Head of Litigation at Conyers, commented: “Asia is a critical centre for offshore dispute matters and we are pleased to provide clients with real-time access to the laws of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands in both English and Chinese through our Hong Kong office. This allows clients to benefit from our comprehensive global corporate dispute platform, and we are pleased to welcome Norman to Conyers.”
Conyers’ dispute team is one of the largest and most experienced of any offshore law firm. Comprising a team of senior advocates who have appeared in many leading cases before the courts including appellate courts and the Privy Council, Conyers has acted on some of the largest liquidations and global, multi-billion dollar disputes. The development of these services in Asia marks the next phase in the firm’s strategic global expansion.
Conyers has provided clients in Asia with access to advice on the key offshore jurisdictions for more than 25 years. As well as being the longest-established offshore firm in Asia, Conyers is also one of the largest, with a team of nearly 30 attorneys across its Hong Kong and Singapore offices.