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Henry Dunlop


Hong Kong

15th Floor, Tower One
Lippo Centre
89 Queensway, Admiralty
Hong Kong SAR

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Practising mostly in London maritime and trade arbitration while based in Hong Kong, Henry advises on contract terms and disputes under time charterparties and contracts of affreightment, bills of lading, commodities sale and purchase contracts, joint ventures, shipbuilding contracts and MOAs, including general average and jurisdiction whether in Court or arbitration. His industry focus is on shipowners and operators, traders and container liner operators engaged in China/Asia-Pacific trades, and in particular, cases involving parties based in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

He is ranked highly in both the Global and Asia-Pacific editions of Chambers and is recommended in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2019 guide. One client in particular describes him as "a good lawyer, a smart guy and someone I have a lot of time for." (Chambers Global 2018). Another client states that he is "easy to communicate with, always thinking about the case and the strategy" (Chambers Asia Pacific 2019).

Henry is qualified in England & Wales (1989) and Hong Kong (1997).

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HFW was one of the first international law firms to open an office in Hong Kong, and we have now been serving clients in the region for over 40 years.

We have a team of more than 70 lawyers providing specialist advice on a wide range of contentious and transactional matters, including across HFW's core sectors: aerospace, commodities, construction, energy, insurance and shipping.

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