Mainland China Practice

Our integrated team in Hong Kong provides a bridge between Mainland China and the rest of the world as well as allowing us to better meet the increasing demands of domestic and international clients in relation to Mainland China legal matters.

The development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Greater Bay Area) is part of the key strategic planning in Mainland China's development blueprint and has great significance in Mainland China's implementation of innovation-driven development and commitment to reform and opening-up.

With decades of experience in advising on business law in Mainland China, the Firm’s in-depth knowledge and extensive experience related to the Greater Bay Area’s cultural, economic, political, and legal circumstances, coupled with global capabilities, ensure that clients receive first-class cohesive service for their cross-border business or disputes in the Mainland.

Mainland China Practice

Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQs”)

Yes, we have three China Appointed Attesting Officers who will be able to provide prompt attestation service.

Yes, we have a representative office in Shanghai located at 47th Floor, Hong Kong New World Tower, 300 Huai Hai Middle Road, Shanghai 200021.

We have a good network of external law firms in Mainland China available to provide legal assistance in different areas of law and in different geographical locations. When a client’s case touches upon PRC laws, we shall work with one of the external PRC law firms which has the relevant expertise and is suitably located to advise the client.

One of our partners, CHAN Chung Ming Stephen, is a qualified Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao GBA lawyer. Together with our good network of external law firms in Mainland China, we are well-positioned to assist our clients in seizing opportunities and overcoming obstacles in the GBA.


The FAQs in this website are provided for general information purposes. The answers do not take into account your particular circumstances and do not constitute advice from us. The answers should not be regarded as a substitute for professional legal advice. You should seek independent legal advice before taking action on any matters to which the answers may be relevant, or if you have any doubt about how the law applies to you.

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