HRC Law, the full service commercial law firm, has seen its corporate team expand further, welcoming William Ngan as Corporate Associate.
A corporate law and tax specialist, he brings with him a unique blend of knowledge that will add significant value to HRC Law clients.
William, who was recently named a ‘Next Generation Lawyer’ by the industry-renowned Legal 500, joins HRC Law from Jolliffe & Co LLP, prior to which he spent two years at Addleshaw Goddard and more than ten years with Brabners.
The appointment follows a particularly active period for HRC Law’s corporate team, which has cemented its position as the industry leader in several sectors, such as nursery, healthcare and ecommerce.
Mark Traynor, corporate partner at HRC Law said: “William joins at a time of huge opportunity for the firm; we continue to grow at a rapid pace, with a strong client base that values our fresh, clear approach as much as our knowledge and specialist sector expertise. We continue to focus on attracting the most talented legal professionals - at all levels - and we’re pleased to have William on board. I’ve no doubt he’ll be a real asset to the firm.
“William’s tax expertise and the network he has built of tax professionals across the region means he’s ideally placed to add real value to our existing clients and speak the language of other advisers involved in transactions and wider corporate work.”
William said: “HRC Law is a highly entrepreneurial - and ambitious - firm, which was a significant draw for me; the firm really embodies the beliefs that I also share and, coupled with a solid reputation and a talented team, presented a great opportunity. I look forward to using my expertise to support both new and existing clients as the firm continues to grow.”
HRC Law has recently set its sights on international reach, joining LawPact - an international association of independent business law firms.
"We continue to grow at a rapid pace, with a strong client base that values our fresh, clear approach as much as our knowledge and specialist sector expertise. "
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