DVC is spotlighted for its Practice Development in the Legal 500’s fivehundred magazine and earns recognition in the Legal 500’s Legal Market Overview for the HK Bar

19 January 2021

Featuring DVC for its pioneering Practice Development strategies and innovative initiatives for a HK set, the Legal 500 showcased our PD team's insights on how the calculus is changing as a result of geopolitical shifts and marketing transformations.  Click here to read more

Two of DVC’s members feature in the Who’s Who Legal Future Leaders 2020 List for Litigation

13 January 2021

From 183 litigation partners and non-partners aged 45 or younger canvassed from around the world, DVC's Jose-Antonio Maurellet SC and Jason Yu were recognised for their outstanding litigation work. Jose-Antonio Maurellet SC is a highly regarded “accomplished commercial practitioner, with a particular emphasis on companies work” and Jason Yu is highlighted for his "superb litigation practice and strong expertise in company law, insolvency and IP disputes."   Click here to read more

Recognition as a Global Elite Thought Leader for Construction Law by Who’s Who Legal 2021

11 January 2021

DVC's Ian Pennicott SC, QC has been acknowledged as a Global Elite Thought Leader by Who's Who Legal 2021 for Construction Law.    Click here to read more

Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Inland Revenue (2021)

07 January 2021

DVC's Teresa Wu has been appointed Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Inland Revenue for a term of 3 years with effect from 1 January 2021.   Click here to read more

Recognition by Who’s Who Legal 2021

07 January 2021

DVC's Anthony Houghton SC has been singled out by Who's Who Legal 2021 as a Global Leader for Arbitration. Click here to read more

Who’s Who Legal: Restructuring & Insolvency 2021 Global Guide

06 January 2021

DVC's Look-Chan Ho is uniquely, the only Hong Kong barrister featured as a Global Leader in this year's Who's Who Legal: Restructuring & Insolvency - 2021 Global Guide. Click here to read more

‘Virtual reality’ used for the first time in Hong Kong judiciary

18 December 2020

In the Inquest into the death of university student Chow Tsz-lok, the Coroner’s Court today adopted virtual reality technology to recreate the scene in which Chow is believed to have fallen. This is the first usage of such technology in the Courts of Hong Kong. You can read more about the technology from the following news report: Landmark virtual visit to car park in inquest - RTHK Michael Lok acts for the... Click here to read more