Minters expands Asia construction practice
By Kanishk Verghese
Friday, 3 August 2012
Minter Ellison Hong Kong has hired construction specialist Henry Sherman from CMS Cameron McKenna as a senior consultant. The move is expected to strengthen the firm’s construction practice in Greater China.
Sherman joins with over 35 years of experience, and has advised clients on infrastructure projects, English court proceedings, and UK and international arbitrations. He has also represented the Hong Kong government in a dispute that arose from Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok airport’s transport infrastructure network.
“Across Asia, we are focusing on key areas where we have strong client support and specialist skills and experience to offer,” said Fred Kinmonth, chairman of Minter Ellison in Asia. “The continued growth of our very successful construction and infrastructure practice in Greater China is in response to client demand, and an impressive portfolio of work.”
Kanishk Verghese is North Asia journalist at ALB. Follow us on Twitter: @ALB_Magazine.
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