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David Richardson is a counsel at Nixon Peabody CWL in Hong Kong in the corporate group.
I advise clients on corporate; mergers and acquisitions; and corporate finance matters.
David advised on the groundbreaking, first action in Hong Kong to wind up on the ground of alleged unfair treatment by a minority shareholder against a company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE). He has also worked on significant litigation actions in Hong Kong and China by the first Chinese concept stock listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
Over his career, David has also been part of an important list of other “firsts” for the HKSE.
Hong Kong will transition from a narrower economy solely on real estate, securities and retail into one which is more multi-faceted.
British Columbia (Canada)
University of British Columbia, LL.B.
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