Adam Hugill is a founding partner at Hugill & Ip Solicitors, a firm founded in September 2018. He handles disputes and advisory work. One of his clients reports that he “made it easy to understand the different costs and benefits of any course of action,” and describes him as “down-to-earth and very practical.”
Interviewees regard Alfred Ip of Hugill & Ip Solicitors as an “experienced and aggressive litigator who can always come up with good strategies” and “is able to adopt a pragmatic approach.” His practice encompasses a range of contentious probate matters, including litigation relating to inheritance and wills.
Christopher Hooley joined Hugill & Ip Solicitors in September 2018, bringing over his solid track record for handling corporate work involving Hong Kong, including advising on mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. One client reports: “His advice is not only good from a legal perspective but also from both practical and commercial viewpoints”, while another source notes: “He has a long-standing reputation. He is very personable and is able to resolve issues quickly and efficiently”.
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Originally published in AP Content Services