George Anthony Ribeiro is one of the founding partners of Ribeiro Hui. George's considerable experience and major practice areas covers direct China investment, M&A, group restructure, regulatory compliance, and tax & multi-forum litigation.
George has advised clients on numerous aspects of the law and practice in conducting business in Greater China, and with delivery of tailored solutions to achieve objectives.
Dominic Hui is one of the founding partners of Ribeiro Hui.
Dominic’s practice emphasizes on delivery of practical and timely solutions. He is experienced in dealing with different governmental and quasi-governmental bodies, and negotiation with PRC joint venture or other business counterparts to bring about expeditious conclusion of assignments to accord with client’s objectives. He travels extensively in China to represent clients in their business affairs.
Ada specializes in commercial contracts and joint venture negotiations, setting up of companies and foreign investment vehicles in Hong Kong and PR China. She has advised numerous multinational clients on group restructuring, shareholders' agreement, share disposition, business transfer, cross-border business co-operation, employment and other contract law issues.
Shirley’s specialization is in the field of IP & IT, both contentious and transactional, internationally and with specific emphasis in Greater China including Hong Kong.
Shirley has over 30 years’ of experience in domestic and cross-border IP litigations, including patents, trademarks, copyright, passing off and unfair competition. She is well experienced in IP due diligence in many corporate acquisitions and asset purchases.
Danny has been developing a practice in civil and commercial litigation. He has been handling corporate fraud, employees embezzlement, shareholder/ partnership disputes and contentious intellectual property, and acts for well-known clients in all sectors including fashion, toys and games, and pharmaceutical products in the Greater China region.
Amy obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) in Accountancy, Juris Doctor and Postgraduate Certificate of Laws from City University of Hong Kong. She will be admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong in 2019.
Amy is a general practitioner after having received diversified training on civil litigation, contentious and non-contentious intellectual property, employment, probate and corporate/commercial matters at the firm. She has been involved in numerous projects taking care of regulatory compliance and evidence collation for advancement of client’s case.
Amy is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Antonia graduated from the Hong Kong Shue Yan University with a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) degree in Law and Business. She joined Ribeiro Hui in June 2018 as an IP Executive, and has a focus in handling IP work in Hong Kong.
Antonia is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Claire Wu is the partner of Shanghai RH Law Firm. Her work focuses on direct China investment, mergers & acquisitions, employment and intellectual property.
Rachel is at a registered PRC lawyer at Shanghai RH Law Firm. Rachel is responsible for advising clients on foreign direct investment in China, particularly on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing and tax. She also advises multinational clients on employment issues.
Ning Zhou is at a registered PRC lawyer at Shanghai RH Law Firm. In addition to corporate governance and regulatory compliance, Ning’s work also focuses on direct foreign direct investment and commercial dispute resolution.
Sara Sun is a Corporate Executive at Shanghai RH Law Firm. Before joining Ribeiro Hui, Sara worked at a European law, tax and accounting firm in Shanghai, mostly serving multi-nationals on legal matters concerning their investment and business in China.
Sara was awarded her LL.B. at Soochow University. She furthered her legal studies in UK and was awarded a LL.M. degree by the University of Southampton in 2016.
She is responsible for advising clients on commercial and business matters in China, with focus on foreign direct investment and regulatory compliance.
Sara is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Marco is an IP Executive at Shanghai RH Law Firm. Marco graduated from the Hong Kong Shue Yan University with a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) degree in Law and Business.
Marco passed the PRC National Judicial Examination in 2017 and joined us in 2018. Prior to joining us, Marco worked in the IP & TMT Group of an international law firm where he gained extensive experience in a full range of Hong Kong and PRC trademark work.
Marco practises in both intellectual property and corporate/commercial law.
Marco is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Victoria Duan is an IP Executive at Shanghai RH Law Firm. She holds a Master Degree awarded by Liaoning University of Economic Law in 2019.
Her practice areas cover advice on commercial and business laws on investment in China, including on intellectual property such as trademark prosecution and commercial licensing of trademarks and other intellectual property rights.
Victoria is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Senior Trademark Attorney
Sylvie Fu is based in our Beijing Office, and her practice area is in intellectual property. She specializes in trademark, copyright, domain name and matters relating to such IPRs. In particular, Sylvie has acquired extensive experience in advising and coordinating IP litigation, and handling trademark prosecution and enforcement matters.
Senior Trademark Attorney
Ramona Zhou is based in our Beijing Office. With 15 years of working experience as a Trademark Attorney at renown intellectual property agencies/firms in China, Ramona has garnered in-depth experience in the provision of a comprehensive range of intellectual property services to foreign and local clients in China, in particular on trademarks and copyright.
Corporate Services Executive
Nellie Huang is based at our Shenzhen Office. She was awarded her LL.B at South China Normal University. She was then awarded her MA in Law at University of Bristol.
Prior to joining us, Nellie worked at a local law firm, mostly serving multi-nationals in respect of trademark issues in China. She also worked at a public institute for international standardization as a Chinese delegate authorized by Standard Innovation Management Division of State Administration for Market Regulation.
Nellie is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.