Vicky Lord and Ian Mann named in China Business Law Journal’s A-List 2020
Harneys is delighted to announce that Vicky Lord, Shanghai Managing Partner, and Ian Mann, Asia Managing Partner, have been recognised by China Business Law Journal in their prestigious A-List 2020 as two of China’s Elite 100 Lawyers (Foreign firm).
The A-List identifies the top 100 private practice lawyers in mainland China and Hong Kong and is based on extensive research conducted by China Business Law Journal. Elite lawyers are selected from the nominations of professionals at a wide range of Chinese and international companies, law firms and other organisations.
Vicky is a highly regarded litigator in cross-border commercial cases in BVI and Cayman. Significant wins this year have included acting for green energy giant Trina Solar as well as AI leader Jing Wang, formerly of Baidu, in Cayman. She has assisted clients with overturning injunctions in the BVI, helping secure domestic PRC listings in contentious scenarios and securing asset recoveries for some of China’s leading financial institutions, blue-chip listed companies and ultra-high net worth individuals. One client commented “This accolade is well deserved. Vicky is a commercially savvy lawyer and we achieved an excellent result because of her advice.”
Ian is a leading offshore litigator who specialises in restructuring, insolvency, shareholder disputes and contentious trusts. He is a regular presenter to judicial, professional and academic bodies and is often asked to provide expert opinions on offshore law to various tribunals. Ian is a co-author of both of the leading offshore textbooks on British Virgin Islands Commercial Law and Bermuda Commercial Law and is a contributor to The Offshore Litigation Blog.
Harneys has been at the forefront of the development of offshore jurisprudence for decades and has been involved in the most significant global disputes, winning keynote victories for its clients and often helping to shape the law. Offshore litigation, insolvency and asset recovery are core areas of specialisation, with teams spanning the Shanghai, BVI, the Cayman Islands, Luxembourg, London, Hong Kong and Cyprus. The firm provides clear, timely and innovative solutions for clients in complex multi-jurisdictional disputes.