Hong Kong

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Kirkland & Ellis
26th Floor, Gloucester Tower
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15 Queen's Road Central
Hong Kong
T +852-3761-3300

Descripción general

La oficina de Hong Kong, que fue la primera sede de Kirkland en Asia, abrió en el 2006 con el fin de ofrecer a los clientes servicios jurídicos integrales en la región. Desde entonces, nuestro equipo ha crecido y hoy consta de casi 115 abogado, que proporcionan sofisticado asesoramiento comercial sobre transacciones transfronterizas de fusiones y adquisiciones, capital privado, mercados de capital y financiamiento; manejan complejas reestructuraciones, negociaciones y situaciones de incumplimientos; y guían a los clientes en procedimientos contenciosos de gran envergadura, investigaciones y asuntos relativos al cumplimiento de la ley. Todos los abogados de las diferentes áreas tienen un profundo conocimiento del mercado local y aprovechan la experiencia de sus compañeros de todas las oficinas internacionales de Kirkland.

About Kirkland & Ellis' Hong Kong Office

Our Hong Kong practice is operated as Kirkland & Ellis.

Kirkland & Ellis is a general partnership governed by the Delaware Uniform Partnership Act. Kirkland & Ellis is registered with and regulated by the Hong Kong Law Society. A list of the partners in Kirkland & Ellis is available on request.

Lawyers based in Hong Kong who are admitted as solicitors in Hong Kong are regulated by the Law Society of Hong Kong. Certain lawyers based in Hong Kong are not admitted in Hong Kong but are registered with and regulated by the Hong Kong Law Society as Registered Foreign Lawyers. They may also be regulated by the relevant regulatory body in their place of admission.

The Hong Kong Solicitors Guide to Professional Conduct published by the Law Society of Hong Kong sets out the rules and principles of professional conduct for practising solicitors and can be accessed by the following link:

http://www.hklawsoc.org.hk/pub_e/professionalguide/volume1/default.asp

We may from time to time use online information sources, including electronic verification, to meet our client due diligence obligations pursuant to Practice Direction P of the Law Society of Hong Kong.