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Thomas S. T. So

Thomas S. T. So

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“So does a lot of China-related matters and disputes. Clients find him a good person to work with and very personable.”

Benchmark Asia Pacific (2014)

Thomas So is a partner of Mayer Brown JSM. He advises on shareholders- and equity-related disputes, property-related litigation, libel litigation and media-related litigation work, and litigation and arbitration in the PRC. He represents banks and financial institutions, property developers and corporations as well as Mainland China enterprises on securities- and equity-related disputes. He is dually qualified in both Hong Kong and Mainland China and provides legal support to clients and advise on cross-border dispute strategy in both jurisdictions.

Thomas has acted as Arbitrator and Mediator in shareholders and other disputes and is on a number of panel of arbitrators in Asia. He has also acted as Deputy Judge at the District Court (18/11/2002-13/12/2002) and Temporary Deputy Registrar at the High Court (8/12/2003-10/1/2004). He is a China-Appointed Attesting Officer (appointed by the Ministry of Justice of PRC). He is currently the President of the Law Society of Hong Kong and also a solicitor-advocate with rights to appear in the higher courts in Hong Kong.

Thomas was praised by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific 2010/2011 for providing "sound knowledge" and "practical solutions" to clients. Chambers Asia Pacific 2011 describes Thomas is "instrumental in many cross-border cases". Thomas speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.

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