Minter Ellison hires two senior partners in Beijing and Hong Kong
Minter Ellison has recruited two former managing partners of international firms in Asia: Jem Li, a corporate lawyer who was previously the managing partner of US firm Winston & Strawn in Beijing; and Rebecca Silli, a major projects and infrastructure specialist with 13 years’ experience in Asia and the former managing partner of French firm Gide Loyrette Nouel in Hong Kong.
Li returned to China from the US in 2004 and has experience handling mining rights and investments in Europe, North America, Latin America, Central Asia and Africa.
His past representations include successful transactions for prominent Chinese state-owned entities and leading multinationals with operations in China and the region.
Silli’s infrastructure and projects practice spans a range of sectors, including environmental services (water, sewage, solid waste and public heating), transport (urban public transport and airports), construction and other infrastructure projects.
She also has a strong background in mergers and acquisitions and regional FDI. Her experience includes working with European and Chinese clients on major projects and transactions in China.
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