We advise in relation to a broad range of commercial litigation disputes, regularly acting for parties in interlocutory and final hearings. As a former barrister and now Solicitor-Advocate in Hong Kong, Phillip Rompotis regularly appears as advocate for parties in the Hong Kong courts and in arbitration proceedings.
We have considerable experience in shareholder disputes involving local and international parties, property, leasing and construction disputes and disputes arising out of insolvency proceedings.
Examples of our experience include:
- · Acting for and appearing as advocate in garnishee proceedings spanning 11 days of hearing in the High Court, the matter is reported as Astro Nusantara International BV and Ors v PT Ayunda Prima Mitra and Ors  HKCFI 1885
- · Acting as adviser and advocate for a private equity investment company in relation to various proceedings commenced by the landlord in relation to a stand-alone private residence in Mid-Levels
- · Acting for main contractor in complex pleadings dispute concerning an EPC contract to design and construct a gas pipeline to supply gas involving issues of agency, estoppel and common enterprise between subsidiary and parent company and ability of the Court to pierce the corporate veil; the matter is reported as McConnell Dowell Constructors (Aus) Pty Ltd v Gas Transmission Services WA (Operations) Pty Ltd & Ors  VSC 301
- · Acting for a Hong Kong listed company in relation to disputes concerning the operation of an iron ore mining facility in Malaysia
A selection of our published articles can be found here: