Rachel specialises in construction and engineering law and advises on both contentious and non contentious matters.
Rachel worked very hard and was professional and had a very good technical knowledge. Her contribution was key in delivering the result and assisting our understanding of our first major litigation with English law in the UK Courts.
Dr Sun Li - General Counsel of Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co., Ltd
For the last 13 years, Rachel has been based in China. Her practice focus is on advising a range of clients including large Chinese SOE contractors on their outbound work with a focus on infrastructure and energy projects. She advises clients on their claims, disputes and dispute avoidance measures and has wide experience advising on arbitrations and litigation. She is experienced in drafting and negotiating a wide range of standard form and bespoke construction contracts and ancillary documents. Her technical background assists her rapid assimilation of technical information in complex projects and over the years has gained deep understanding of the needs of her Chinese clients.
Prior to qualifying as a solicitor she studied Civil Engineering and worked for four years as a graduate civil engineer for a leading multidisciplinary consultancy. During that time she gained experience on bridge, rail, light rail and tunnelling projects.
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Leo Xin works in the areas of foreign direct investment, mergers & acquisitions, general corporate law and trademark law.
Amanda is a partner who is dual qualified in the PRC and Hong Kong. For more than a decade, Amanda has been focusing on legal services for Chinese companies for their overseas capital operation and cross-border M&A projects, and has advised as the leading lawyer on overseas investment and acquisition projects for a number of Chinese companies.
Wei Liu is a corporate, M&A and real estate partner in Pinsent Masons' Shanghai office. Wei has substantial experiences in both China inbound investment and M&A activities and China outbound M&A investment deals.