Stephenson Harwood boosts China offices with three senior appointments
Stephenson Harwood has appointed a legal director and two consultants to its offices in China.
Hugh Dong has joined the firm’s Bejing office as a legal director. Dong has extensive experience in both contentious and non-contentious matters in the fields of shipping, construction, corporate law and securities, as well as significant experience as a litigator.
Joining the Hong Kong office’s wealth management practice as a consultant and head of trust, Peter Hodson has broad experience in banking, finance, wealth management and fiduciary services.
Also appointed to the Hong Kong office is Jezamine Fewins, who has joined the office’s commercial litigation practice as a consultant. Her practice focuses on employment matters, with a bias to contentious matters.
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