Conyers hires veteran lawyer as disputes head in Hong Kong
Senior partner Mark Yeadon quits Eversheds Sutherland to join Conyers
Bermuda-based international law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman has bolstered its presence in Hong Kong with the hiring of veteran lawyer Mark Yeadon as a senior partner.
Yeadon who carries four decades of experience will head Conyers' disputes and restructuring practice in Hong Kong. He joins Conyers from Eversheds Sutherland where he held a similar position.
Yeadon who specialises in the resolution of commercial disputes by arbitration, court proceedings and mediation has a rich experience of advising clients on commercial litigation, investigations, compliance and regulatory matters in Hong Kong and London.
According to Conyers Hong Kong head Christopher Bickley, Yeadon's arrival represents the firm's dedication to service demand for complex commercial dispute resolution services in the region.
The firm advises on Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands laws, from its offices in those jurisdictions and in the key financial centres of Hong Kong, London and Singapore. Among its clients include several FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies.