Oldham Li & Nie

Hong Kong SAR



Full-service law firm Oldham Li & Nie is particularly known for its dispute resolution practice. Gordon Oldham, Richard Healy and Anna Chan are main partners for dispute resolution, while Tracy Yip is a key partner for corporate and M&A. Oldham’s practice covers corporate finance, joint ventures and real estate structuring as well as commercial litigation. It often deals with high-net-worth clients and finance aspects of matrimonial disputes.

Client feedback

Provides practical advice which solves the issue in hand efficiently.” – Corporate and M&A

OLN could always provide timely response and relevant advice to our questions. Very helpful.” – Corporate and M&A

“Easy to work with, professional and competent.” – Dispute resolution

“It does well on developing creative, non-conventional solutions that are not textbook-like, for the clients to explore new opportunities and insights to resolving issues presented. They are also self-driven in finding ways to help assist the client, whether it is designed or incidental.” – Intellectual property

“Professionalism. Good communication and timely feedback and professional advice.” – Labour and employment

Anna Chan

“Very helpful and responsive. Could always provide good advice on a timely basis.

Eunice Chiu

“Easy to work with as part of a legal team of solicitors and barristers, professional and competent.”

Richard Poon

“Sympathy, supportive and proactive.”

Vera Sung

Very willing to listen to new ideas and attempts to understand business context prior to proposing solutions upfront.”

Simon Wong

“Patient with queries and very thorough with the discharge of his work.”

Labour and employment

Work highlights

Represented the estate of Sir David, a high-profile individual in Hong Kong, in defending multiple tribunal claims.

Dispute resolution

Work highlights

Represented Taihei Dengyo Kaisha, which is one of the largest engineering services providers listed in Japan and fell victim to a sophisticated imposter fraud, in obtaining the injunction order against the scammer.

Representing Asia Pacific Investment Partners in an HKIAC-administered arbitration in which the claimants seek damages for an alleged breach of a document called a “deed” which would do away with previous loan agreements between the parties but only after the deed has been satisfactorily performed.

Key clients

Borqs Technologies, Natural Seasoning International, Tokić.

Restructuring and insolvency

Work highlights

Provided advice and assistance to the largest shareholder of the group who is also a secured creditor in connection with the restructuring of the group assets to permit certain unprofitable divisions to be closed.