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Hong Kong law firm Tanner De Witt has hired Kevin Bowers as a consultant from Howse Williams Bowers (HWB), a firm that he co-founded in 2012.
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Hong Kong-based Howse Williams Bowers has been on a meteoric rise since its founding just five years ago. After building a solid base by hiring nearly 20 partners, the firm is now looking to promote from within, reports John Kang.
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Restructuring and insolvency specialist Bertie Mehigan has left local Hong Kong firm Howse Williams Bowers, where he was a registered foreign lawyer for a year, to set up his own firm, Mehigan LLP.
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Hong Kong law firm Howse Williams Bowers has boosted its corporate practice with the addition of former Ashurst lawyer Heidi Lee as partner.
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Hong Kong boutique Howse Williams Bowers (HWB) has hired a team of restructuring and insolvency lawyers from Ashurst, led by partner Bertie Mehigan.
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Howse Williams Bowers has hired property and conveyancing expert Janet Lee as partner from Hong Kong’s Lands Department, where she worked in the legal advisory and conveyancing office.
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French law firm Gide Loyrette Nouel has closed its Hong Kong office, and moved its three-member team there to local outfit Howse Williams Bowers (HWB), with which it has established an alliance.
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Hong Kong law firm Howse Williams Bowers has hired Antony Yung as a partner in its banking practice from JP Morgan, where he was an executive director and assistant general counsel.
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Howse Williams Bowers has boosted its Hong Kong corporate practice with the hire of Christopher Yu as a partner from Goodwin Procter.
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Hong Kong law firm Howse Williams Bowers has expanded its commercial dispute resolution practice by hiring Michael Withington as a new partner from Gall Solicitors.