January 13, 2023
Gibson Dunn earned 10 firm rankings and 19 individual rankings in the 2023 edition of the Chambers Greater China Region guide. The firm was recognized in the following International Firms categories: Banking & Finance: Leveraged & Acquisition Finance; Competition/Antitrust; Corporate Investigations/Anti-Corruption; Corporate/M&A: The Elite; Dispute Resolution: Litigation; Financial Services; Investment Funds: Private Equity; Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment; Tax: Hong Kong-Based; and Technology, Media, Telecoms (TMT).
The following lawyers were ranked individually in their respective categories: Kelly Austin – Corporate Investigations/Anti-Corruption; Elaine Chen – Dispute Resolution: Litigation, and Tax: Hong Kong-based; Albert Cho – Investment Funds; Sébastien Evrard – Competition/Antitrust; John Fadely – Investment Funds; Brian Gilchrist – Dispute Resolution: Litigation, and Tax: Hong Kong-based; William Hallatt – Financial Services: Contentious Regulatory, and Financial Services: Non-contentious Regulatory; Scott Jalowayski – Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment; Michael Nicklin – Banking & Finance: Leveraged & Acquisition Finance; Connell O’Neill – TMT: Information Technology; Patricia Tan Openshaw – Projects & Infrastructure; Brian Schwarzwalder – Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital; Oliver Welch – Corporate Investigations/Anti-Corruption; Graham Winter – Corporate/M&A: Hong Kong-based; Fang Xue – Corporate/M&A: Mainland China-based; and Yi Zhang – Corporate/M&A: Hong Kong-based.
The rankings were published on January 13, 2023.
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s Hong Kong office provides an extensive range of U.S., Hong Kong and English legal advice to global and Asia-based clients. We offer our clients all the advantages of deep local expertise combined with the strengths of a global firm. Our Hong Kong lawyers handle some of the most challenging and complex transactions and regulatory matters across Asia.
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s Beijing office is dedicated to servicing the needs of our clients establishing operations and doing business in China and those of our Chinese clients in their international transactions. The Beijing office works closely with lawyers in our Hong Kong office, enabling us to provide Hong Kong law capability where relevant.