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Dentons Co-Hosts CHINCA Flagship Event IIICF 2018

July 3, 2018

Mergers and Acquisitions

In a truly Dentons cross Region initiative, Dentons Hong Kong, joined with Dentons Europe and UKME Region, together with CHINCA, to co-host a parallel forum "Developing and Financing African Infrastructure under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)" on 8 June. Read More


Dentons Shortlisted for The Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards 2017

September 11, 2017

Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Dentons Hong Kong is pleased to be nominated for Civil Litigation Law Firm of the Year 2017 at the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Hong Kong Law Awards. Represented by two Litigation and Dispute Resolution of counsels, Michael Kan and Desmond Lee, accompanied by partner Julianne Doe, a team from Dentons Hong Kong attended the preeminent annual award ceremony on Friday 8 September. The awards banquet brought together the elites across Asia, CEOs, legal luminaries, dealmakers, in-house counsels and business circles. Read More


Dentons contributes to The International Arbitration Review - Edition 8

September 27, 2017

A group of nearly 30 Dentons International Arbitration lawyers from Europe, Canada, China and Colombia, have contributed to the eighth edition of The International Arbitration Review, an annual review of the arbitration in jurisdictions around the world as well as the most recent developments in investor-state disputes. Read More