Hong Kong



Gall is a dispute resolution boutique with five dedicated disputes partners, one consultant and six associates specialising across all forms of litigation, arbitration and mediation. Senior partner Nick Gall leads the firm’s litigation practice. He has extensive experience in dealing with multi-jurisdictional fraud and international asset tracing litigation.

Client feedback

“Gall delivers first-class advice and is committed to its clients.” – Dispute resolution

“Very responsive and pragmatic. Generally reasonable with fees.” – Dispute resolution

Caroline McNally

“Caroline is one of the best family lawyers around. She is extremely knowledgeable and has brilliant tactical sense.”

“Caroline gives solid, reasonable advice to clients, and has a quiet confidence that clients, who are at an emotional time in their lives, find reassuring. She keeps the case focused and contained, and does not let it get swept away in sideshows.”

Chris Wong

“Gall, in particular the partner Chris Wong, is always a pleasure to work with. The firm is efficient and resourceful, and Chris possesses an excellent combination of good legal knowledge, client liaison skills and practical commercial sense.”

“Excellent practitioner. Extremely responsive. Able to act in emergencies with great professionalism. Good at explaining the various steps and what a client can expect.”

Labour and employment
Work highlights

Acting for TFS Derivatives, one of the world’s largest inter dealer brokers, on defending a claim brought by its former employee for wrongful and unreasonable termination, unpaid wages and bonus.

Key clients

Rödl & Partner

Dispute resolution
Work highlights

Acted for an individual on a shareholder dispute. This was one of the largest shareholder disputes in Hong Kong in the entertainment sector. The matter’s value exceeds $3 billion.

Key clients

Hammer Capital, Lavender Row, Morrison Asian Investments

Restructuring and insolvency
Work highlights

Acted for the liquidators of Swing Media Technology Group on recovery of assets and potential claims against its former management.

Key clients

Cellmark China, Cyberworks Audio Visual Technology, Hammer Capital Private Investments