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HWB announces promotion of Patricia Yeung and Eviana Leung to partnership
Submitted by // H Rogers, COO
02 May 2018

HWB is delighted to announce that Patricia Yeung and Eviana Leung became partners of the firm with effect from 1 May 2018.

Patricia Yeung: Patricia has focused on employment law since qualifying as a solicitor. Patricia advises employers and employees on all aspects of employment law, with an emphasis on contentious matters (particularly in the financial services sector). She is ranked by Legal 500 as a Next Generation Lawyer (2017) and by Chambers Asia as an Associate to Watch (2015-2017). Patricia is also listed in the Labour and Employment section of Who's Who Legal (2017-2018).

Patricia Yeung
T +852 2803 3748
F +852 2803 3608

Eviana Leung: Eviana has experience in both contentious and non-contentious maritime, commercial, contractual and international trade matters with a particular emphasis on marine policy coverage disputes. She acts for more than 10 marine liability insurers and is known within the marine insurance circle as a solution-driven lawyer who provides sound practical advice. 

Eviana Leung
T +852 2803 3687
F +852 2803 3608


Patricia and Eviana's promotion brings the total number of HWB partners to 25. The firm also has 4 senior consultants. Total headcount is approximately 180.


About Us

Howse Williams Bowers is an independent law firm which combines the in-depth experience of its lawyers with a forward thinking approach.

Our key practice areas are corporate/commercial and corporate finance; commercial and maritime dispute resolution; clinical negligence and healthcare; insurance, personal injury and professional indemnity insurance; employment; family and matrimonial; property and building management; and financial services/corporate regulatory and compliance.

As an independent law firm we are able to minimise legal and commercial conflicts of interest and act for clients in every industry sector. The partners have spent the majority of their careers in Hong Kong and have a detailed understanding of international business and business in Asia.

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