Asia Pacific

Our Asia Pacific (APAC) team provides English law advice to businesses and individuals from the region investing in, or doing business with, the UK.

We also advise English businesses on transactions involving APAC countries, where these matters require English legal input or are undertaken under English law.

The team brings together lawyers from across our firm, some of whom have lived and worked in the region, enabling us to provide legal know-how based on a practical understanding of similarities and distinctions in the legal systems and business cultures.

We advise on a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions, real estate transactions, construction and infrastructure projects, dispute resolution and international arbitration matters. We are experienced in fund raisings on capital markets worldwide and transactions in the M&A, investments and private equity fields.

The team handles cases of considerable size and complexity for corporate and individual clients for all forms of commercial dispute resolution, including high court litigation, international and domestic arbitration and mediation.

In addition, our private capital team assists individuals who, through their wealth or family connections, have links to the UK or who are moving to or from the UK and need wealth, tax structuring and immigration advice.

If you have any questions or queries please call Simon on +44 (0)20 3036 7264 or email sekins@fladgate.com

This London-based firm is active on a range of domestic and international matters… it offers a high-quality and well-rounded service.

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  • Substantial multinational Korean–based corporation – multi–party construction dispute over a substantial construction project before the LCIA.
  • Indian company – US$multimillion dispute before the Maritime Arbitration Association relating to the sale and purchase of 12 vessels.
  • A1 Team Malaysia – various matters relating to its participation in the A1 Grand Prix series including driver contracts and sponsorship agreements, for example with Malaysian car production company, Proton.
  • Chinese owned SPV – acting on a substantial solar energy project in Wales in relation to the technical and due diligence for sale of shares in the SPV.
  • Graeme Ellisdon Limited/Osprey – trademark issues in connection with brand delimitation agreements, passing off disputes and infringement matters arising in Vietnam and China.
  • Hitachi Zosen Inova – construction and infrastructure contracts within the UK with a combined value of over £3bn.
  • Byford (Hong Kong) – acting in connection with its first London store on New Bond Street.
  • Founding shareholders of The Licensing Company – sale to Li & Fung, a Hong Kong headquartered and listed, multinational trading group, recognised as the world’s leader in consumer goods, design, development, sourcing and distribution.
  • Indian electronics conglomerate – dispute over performance bonds given in respect of the production and supply of silicone wafers, giving rise to multi–jurisdictional issues over injunctive relief, and technical matters relating to the performance and alleged defects in the silicone wafer.
  • Chinese client – acquisition, construction and engineering contracts relating to a large vehicle plant built in China.
  • Bank of Singapore – sterling and US dollar financing transactions concerned with residential and property portfolios.