Chambers Asia Pacific Guide 2016: Gall ranked for Dispute Resolution, Family/Matrimonial, Restructuring & Insolvency, Nick Gall and Caroline McNally named as Leading Individuals

In the recently released Chambers Asia Pacific 2016 Guide Gall is ranked in Dispute Resolution, Family/Matrimonial and Restructuring and Insolvency practice areas. Partners Nick Gall (Dispute Resolution) and Caroline McNally (Family/Matrimonial) are named as Leading Individuals in their respective practice areas.

Dispute Resolution

What the team is known for: Local firm, well known and respected for its representation of individuals, banks and listed companies in both Hong Kong and cross-border contentious commercial issues. Especially well known for its skill in quickly securing injunctions for clients in sensitive cases.

“Their commerciality is excellent. The firm has a good grasp of when certain courses of action may not be practically helpful and will give clear guidance in that respect.”

“The fees are reasonable, the senior staff responsive and accessible and the work is invariably thoughtful and of good quality.”

Nick Gall is acknowledged as a mainstay in the market by peers, and is highly experienced at representing governments, banks, listed companies and senior employees in complex local and international litigation.



Caroline McNally heads the family and divorce practice of Gall. Hailed as both “a force to be reckoned with” and “efficient and confident,” her time practising in London has equipped her with “international training at the highest level.” She is an expert on complex, high-stakes matrimonial disputes and has also acted on matters concerning relocation and cohabitation.


Restructuring & Insolvency

What the team is known for: Compact team with acknowledged strength in the contentious insolvency arena. Receives instructions from both domestic and overseas insolvency firms.

“They are efficient and always provide a quick turnaround.”