Mourant Ozannes’ Hong Kong partners recognised in Asia-Pacific legal directory
Partners in Mourant Ozannes’ Hong Kong office have been praised in the latest edition of The Legal 500’s Asia-Pacific legal directory.
Hong Kong managing partner Paul Christopher is described as having ‘a wealth of experience’ and ‘being a pleasure to work with’, while clients describe Alex Last as ‘a very capable and reliable lawyer’ and Simon Lawrenson as ‘an excellent commercial and technical lawyer’.
The firm’s office in Hong Kong is described as being ‘a very credible platform in the region’, according to clients, who value the ‘knowledgeable team for its knack for
providing advice that is always crisply expressed’.
Legal 500 researchers conducted an in-depth analysis of more than 1,000 law firms in 16 countries across the Asia-Pacific region, carrying out extensive client feedback and peer reviews before making the recommendations in the directory.
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