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OPUS 2 in Hong Kong

Opus 2, a prominent provider of legal technology solutions, has announced the inauguration of its latest office in Hong Kong, signaling a strategic expansion in the Asia-Pacific region. The move underscores Opus 2’s commitment to meeting the escalating demand for advanced hearing technology and services in the legal domain.

Having served the Asia-Pacific legal market for more than a decade and established its Singapore office in 2015, Opus 2’s decision to open a Hong Kong office reflects its dedication to catering to the evolving needs of its growing client base in the region. Kate Wyllie, a seasoned legal industry professional based in Hong Kong since 1996 and APAC Business Director for Opus 2 commented,

“A demand for advanced hearing technology and services in the Asia-Pacific region has rapidly increased in recent years. The choice of Hong Kong for the new office in the APAC region underscores Opus 2’s commitment to being responsive to the needs of our clients“.

Wyllie brings extensive expertise in court reporting, bundle management, and online dispute resolution, further enhancing Opus 2’s capabilities in serving clients in the Asia-Pacific region.

Strategically located in the Nexxus Building in Central, the new Hong Kong office offers proximity to key arbitration centers such as the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) and South China International Arbitration Centre (SCIAHK), as well as easy access to the High Court in Admiralty.

With over 15 years in the field, Opus 2 has honed solutions for law firms worldwide, focusing on simplifying procedures and promoting innovation and collaboration among legal practitioners.

Tags: LegalTech, Opus 2
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