HFW has continued to grow its global disputes practice with the hire of Kevin Warburton in Hong Kong. His practice spans international arbitration, commercial litigation, regulatory investigations and inquiries, and privacy/cyber. Warburton joins from Tanner De Witt, where he was a partner and Head of Arbitration. He was previously at Slaughter and May in London and Hong Kong. Warburton has advised a range of clients, both in Hong Kong and internationally, from private and listed companies, financial institutions and high net worth individuals to entrepreneurs and multinational organisations. He is qualified in Hong Kong, the BVI and English law, and can advise on litigation matters in these jurisdictions. In addition to having experience in commercial litigation and arbitration proceedings, including in front of HKIAC, ICC, LCIA and other arbitral institutions, Warburton also has experience in regulatory and internal investigations, and data privacy and cybersecurity matters.