ChongQing Hezong Law firm

Publicity Release

Strategic Cooperation Agreement Signing



On 23rd June 2021, Senior representatives of Chan Neill Solicitors LLP and Chongqing Hezong Law firm officially signed a Strategic Cooperation Agreement connecting the two firms in London and ChongQing.


In the online signing, the Managing Partner Andrew Neill, Senior Partner Michael Chan, Senior Solicitor Naynesh Desai, Senior legal excutive Stuart Angel, International BD manager Jenny Chen and Practice manager Farida Fakhrul from Chan Neill Solicitors LLP and Chief Partner LU Lei, Senior Partner and Director of the Administrative Committee FU Lei, Senior Partner and Deputy Director of the Management Committee WEI Wei, Partner and Director of the Foreign Legal Service Center TAN Yang, Solicitor MOU Ke, and Solicitor TANG Zilan from Hezong Law firm, agreed to commence and launch their strategic cooperation agreement.


Michael Chan and Andrew Neill

Chan Neill Solicitors LLP, was established in 2003, as a full-service law firm located in the city of London and Mayfair along with a representative office in Singapore. The firm offers legal services in business, corporate, business litigation, insurance litigation, personal and catastrophic injury, real estate, employment law, family law, education & immigration, gaming law, tax service, trusts and private client etc.



Chongqing Hezong Law Firm was established in May 1994. Hezong is accredited as a “PRC Law Firm of Excellence at Ministerial Level” by the Ministry of Justice in China. Hezong Law Firm practises in ten legal areas including finance, corporate, civil, criminal, tax, intellectual property, construction, bankruptcy, and foreign-related business. Starting from its base in Chongqing, Hezong has gradually developed and expanded its business throughout China.



Chan Neill Solicitors LLP and Chongqing Hezong Law Firm are delighted to agree this strategic cooperation. Both firms are sure this will actively assist their clients’ requirements and both firms’ business objectives. It is envisaged that the Agreement of Cooperation will enable clients to benefit and will provide strong support to them both in China and in the UK. It is hoped that the Agreement will enable clients to have the edge in strategic planning, business negotiation, contracts within or between parties with interests both in China and UK, and will ensure clients of both firms can achieve their desires so far as legal solutions are concerned.