|Clyde & Co has added leading Hong Kong marine partner Anthony Woo. He has extensive experience in shipping, commodities and arbitration related matters. He regularly represents P&I Clubs, liability underwriters, ship-owners, charterers and freight forwarders in dry shipping matters, as well as logistics providers, including their liability insurers. His practice includes advising on all aspects of charterparty disputes, defending bill of lading claims, regulatory summonses, as well as claims arising from collision and salvage. He also handles admiralty cases including ship arrest and jurisdiction challenges. Woo’s arbitration practice includes work in Hong Kong, London and Singapore. Due to the number of Chinese entities he represents, his practice has a strong focus in advising on Mainland China-related disputes. He has practised as a solicitor in Hong Kong since 1995. He joins on 26 May 2016 from Hill Dickinson where he has been a partner since 2014. He is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin.
K&L Gates has added Stephen Tan as a corporate and transactional partner in the Taipei office. He joins from Baker & McKenzie, where he was a partner. Focusing on corporate law, M&As, foreign investment and trade regulatory matters, Tan has more than two decades of experience advising on complex cross-border M&As, private equity investments, trade and supply chain- and technology-related commercial transactions. He is a member of both the New York and the District of Columbia bars.
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