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Friven Yeoh is a counsel in the international practice group of O’Melveny & Myers and is resident in the firm’s Hong Kong office. He is admitted as a solicitor in Hong Kong; England & Wales; and the State of Victoria, Australia, and has worked for leading international law firms in Melbourne, London and Hong Kong prior to joining O’Melveny. Friven’s practice at O’Melveny involves both adversarial and transactional work. In his adversarial practice, he specialises in the resolution of Chinese-foreign business disputes and has represented clients in arbitrations under major arbitral rules, including those of the ICC, HKIAC, CIETAC, UNCITRAL and SIAC. He also advises clients in commercial litigation and regulatory investigations involving product risk and liability, energy, corporate affairs and financial services matters.Friven writes regularly on topics relating to dispute resolution in Hong Kong and China. He speaks fluent Mandarin and English.
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