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At Deacons we appreciate the importance of bringing construction projects to successful fruition.
When it comes to a construction project, it is important to know the risks. You also need construction lawyers who may help you avoid setbacks along the way. Deacons’ construction lawyers have the experience to provide you with the kind of advice that makes projects happen.
Deacons’ construction team will be there for you at the outset, to help advise on structuring and finance matters, as well as establishing joint ventures. We can ensure that construction contracts are in order, assist with risk assessments and identifying problems that may arise during the process. Throughout, our aim is to stop differences turning into disputes.
As one of the Hong Kong’s largest and longest-established law firms, we have many years’ experience of acting for developers, contractors, sub-contractors, consultants and suppliers, as well as government bodies and financial institutions. Meanwhile, our Mandarin speaking lawyers have immense experience in advising the technicalities of construction contracts, local labour laws, joint ventures and regulatory requirements in Mainland China. The Deacons’ construction team is also experienced in advising on projects in Asia Pacific, Middle East, South America and Africa. Our lead partners come from a variety of background including Quantity Surveyor, Arbitrator, Adjudicator, Accredited NEC Project Manager and Solicitor Advocate.
Our successes have not gone unnoticed. Our lawyers’ skill in commercial, residential, energy and infrastructure projects across Asia has attracted accolades in major legal directories, including a high ranking in Legal 500 Asia Pacific each year since 2000. Additionally, our practitioners also contribute to leading publications and play an active role in many of the major industry bodies.
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