Partner, Hong Kong
Mark is a partner in the Dispute Resolution Practice of Hogan Lovells in Hong Kong, Mark's commercial dispute resolution practice focuses on disputes relating to the corporate and financial services sectors, including regulatory investigations and contentious regulatory work. He is experienced in handling cross border disputes, including international arbitrations and multi jurisdiction litigation. Mark is an advocate and has acted as counsel for clients in a number of international arbitrations in Hong Kong, London, Beijing, Singapore and Gothenburg. He has also acted for the Law Society as a prosecutor in disciplinary proceedings and was on HKICPA's Disciplinary Panel A from 2008 to 2010.
Mark is an associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is a member of the Board of Governors of the Hong Kong Advocacy Institute. He is also a member of the Hong Kong Securities Institute and the Hong Kong Institute of Directors. He is a member of the Law Society Committees on Civil Litigation and the Overseas Lawyers Qualification Examination. He is also a fellowship of the HKSI Institute.
He is a co-author of Global Counsel Dispute Resolution Handbook 2003/2004, 2004/2005, 2005/2006 and 2006/2007 and a co-author of Sweet & Maxwell's Arbitration in Hong Kong, A Practical Guide, Sweet & Maxwell’s Arbitration in China, A Practical Guide and the Hong Kong chapter of the PLC Arbitration Multi-Jurisdictional Guide, 2012. He is also the co-author of European Lawyer’s Conflict of Interest 2005/2006.
Mark is widely recognised in legal directories as an outstanding practitioner, including Asia Pacific Legal 500 2006 – 2012 and PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook 2012 as a Leading Individual in the financial services and regulatory practice; Chambers Asia 2008 - 2012, Chambers Global 2006 – 2011, PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook 2006 – 2012 and the International Who's Who of Commercial Litigation 2012 as a Leading Individual in the dispute resolution practice; and Chambers Asia 2009 -2011, PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook 2012 and Chambers Global 2006 - 2007 as a Leading Individual in the international arbitration practice.
Mark speaks English, Mandarin and Cantonese.