Gordon Dadds opens first overseas office in Hong Kong as firm continues post-listing growth

Second-ever UK firm to go public recruits lawyers from London boutique for new office

Gordon Dadds, which last year became the second UK law firm to go public, has opened its first overseas office in Hong Kong.

The London-based firm has hired real estate lawyer Alan Ma to lead the Hong Kong office. He joins from his own practice, Maxwell Alves Solicitors, a boutique firm specialising in China-related commercial, real estate and immigration matters, which has now closed.

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