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Gibson Dunn Ranked in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2022


January 13, 2022

Gibson Dunn has been recognized in 20 categories in the 2022 edition of The Legal 500 Asia Pacific. The Beijing office was ranked in the Corporate (including M&A): Foreign Firms category. The Hong Kong office was ranked in the Antitrust and Competition, Banking & Finance, Corporate (including M&A), Dispute Resolution: Litigation, Domestic and International Corporate Tax, Investment Funds, Private Equity, Private client (tax trusts wealth management and contentious probate), Projects and Energy, Regulatory, Regulatory: Anti-Corruption and Compliance, and TMT categories. The Singapore office was ranked in the following Foreign Firms categories: Banking and Finance, Corporate and M&A, Energy, and Restructuring and Insolvency. Additionally, the firm was ranked for its work in India, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

John Fadely was named to the Hall of Fame in the Hong Kong: Investment Funds category; Michael Nicklin was named to the Hall of Fame in the Hong Kong: Banking & Finance category; and Brian Gilchrist was named to the Hall of Fame in the Hong Kong: Dispute Resolution: Litigation category. Kelly Austin was named as a Leading Lawyer for Hong Kong: Regulatory: Anti-corruption and Compliance; Elaine Chen was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Hong Kong: Dispute Resolution: Litigation and Hong Kong: Domestic and International Corporate Tax categories; Albert Cho was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Hong Kong: Investment Funds category; Troy Doyle was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Singapore: Restructuring & Insolvency – Foreign Firms category; Sébastien Evrard was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Hong Kong: Antitrust and Competition category; Brian Gilchrist was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Hong Kong: Domestic and International Corporate Tax category; Scott Jalowayski was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Hong Kong: Private Equity category; Jai Pathak was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Singapore: Corporate and M&A: Foreign Firms category; Brad Roach was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Singapore: Energy – Foreign Firms and Indonesia: Foreign Firms categories; Brian Schwarzwalder was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Hong Kong: Private Equity category; Jamie Thomas was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Singapore: Restructuring & Insolvency – Foreign Firms and Singapore: Banking & Finance – Foreign Firms categories; Graham Winter was named as a Leading Lawyer in the Hong Kong: Corporate (including M&A) category; and Fang Xue was named as a Leading Lawyer in the China: Corporate (including M&A): Foreign Firms category. Youjung Byon has also been named as a Rising Star for Hong Kong: Investment Funds.

The rankings were published on January 12, 2022.

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.

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’s Singapore lawyers deliver exceptional service to our international clients doing business in the region and our Asia-based clients with respect to their international matters. Our lawyers have lived and worked extensively in the region and possess U.S., English, Singapore and Indian law qualifications and experience. Furthermore, having been awarded a Qualifying Foreign Law Practice (QFLP) license by the Singapore Ministry of Law in 2013, we are one of the few firms that are able to provide our clients with local Singapore law advice in permitted areas.



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