Leading offshore law firm Appleby is delighted to announce that four partners have been named in the Asia Business Law Journal’s A-List of top 50 offshore lawyers. The inclusion comes as a result of nominations made by professionals at a wide range of global companies and law firms.

As one of the world’s leading international law firms, our global teams of legal specialists advise public and private companies, financial institutions and private individuals across corporate, dispute resolution and private client and trusts practice areas.

With our global presence in the international financial centres of Hong Kong and Shanghai as well as the key international jurisdictions of Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Mauritius, and the Seychelles, it enables us to provide comprehensive, multi-jurisdictional legal advice at the times most beneficial to our clients.

The list of named individuals include:

Key contacts

David Bulley

Managing Partner, Head of Restructuring and Corporate: Hong Kong

T +852 6201 3662
E Email David

Judy Lee

Asia Group Head | Partner: Hong Kong, Shanghai

T +852 2905 5737
E Email Judy

David Clark

Partner: Bermuda, BVI

T +1 441 298 3583
E Email David

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