New trio fuel Ince’s expansion plans


Ince & Co Hong Kong, part of the Ince Gordon Dadds network, has announce its growth plans in Asia to follow the addition of three new partners in Hong Kong.

Ince’s three lateral-hire partners joining the firm in Hong Kong will launch new corporate finance/IPO and construction practices, and strengthen existing core business areas.

Eric Lui joined Ince in March, bringing with him expertise in banking, corporate finance and IPOs involving Hong Kong and mainland China. Lui’s corporate practice sees him regularly assisting Chinese enterprises in preparing for and executing listings on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Lui is a China Appointed Attesting Officer as well as being one of the first group of Hong Kong lawyers involved in establishing a joint venture law firm in the Shenzhen Qianhai Co-operation Zone.

Alfred Lau joined Ince in April and specializes in commercial litigation and dispute resolution, having handled a range of contentious commercial matters involving shareholders, land properties, trust agreements as well as bankruptcy and company liquidation matters.

In May, Ince welcomes Ian Lo, who brings additional areas of expertise to complement Ince’s established dispute resolution practice. Lo has acted for developers, main contractors and sub-contractors in litigation, arbitration and mediation matters arising from high-value construction projects in Hong Kong and mainland China.

Paul Ho, Head of Ince Gordon Dadds in China, said: “With the appointment of three new partners of such high calibre to Ince’s office in Hong Kong, we are demonstrating our ambitions for the region, and our determination to provide new expertise and capabilities for our clients.”