Boutique City disputes firm Signature Litigation are delighted to announce that leading commercial litigator and international arbitrator Josh Wong has joined the firm as a Partner. Josh was previously a Partner at DLA Piper where he was a lead Partner on matters involving Europe and China. Prior to this, he was a Senior Associate at Herbert Smith Freehills.
Josh acts for a broad range of clients, focusing particularly on Chinese-based organisations, utilising his in-depth knowledge and experience of practicing in both China and Hong Kong to advise Chinese companies on their disputes in Europe as well as European companies conducting business in China.
He has extensive expertise representing clients in ad hoc arbitrations and arbitrations under the ICC, LCIA, SCC and UNCITRAL rules and also specialises in security, asset tracing and enforcement actions involving Russia, Ukraine, India, China and offshore jurisdictions such as BVI, Cayman and Belize.
Founding Partner Graham Huntley said: “Josh’s experience of practicing in both China and Hong Kong will be of great benefit to Signature, particularly at this time of heightened Sino-British trade. He will also bring to bear his experience with offshore jurisdictions and we are looking forward to welcoming him to our team.”
Josh commented: “I am delighted to be joining Signature Litigation as a Partner, and am looking forward to working with them on complex, multi-jurisdictional international litigation work.”
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