December 6, 2018

Dentons Hong Kong LLP is pleased to welcome onboard partners Richard Keady and Robert Rhoda from Bird and Bird, who join to expand the litigation practice. The new team bolsters the firm's expertise and capabilities in litigation and international arbitration in Hong Kong and the Asia Pacific region. The Hong Kong office welcomed the new team with a reception on their arrival day.

Prior to joining the firm, Richard headed Bird & Bird’s International Dispute Resolution group in the Asia Pacific region. He has more than 20 years' experience advising governments, multi-national corporations, professional services firms and high-net worth individuals on high-profile litigation, international arbitration and investigations, with a particular expertise in highly regulated environments including the financial services, telecommunications, energy, aviation and life sciences sectors.

Robert has substantial experience in international arbitration and cross border litigation including 10 years spent in Hong Kong. He advises and acts for clients across Asia Pacific and further afield in the financial services, technology and energy sectors in international arbitration as well as litigation matters.

"We are thrilled to have this deeply experienced team on board. The expansion of our litigation capabilities is a key pillar of our strategic growth plans in Hong Kong. I look forward to introducing Richard, Robert and their teams to our clients," said Keith Brandt, Dentons' Hong Kong Managing Partner.

Dentons welcomes new Litigation team in Hong Kong

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