Sining is a commercial litigation lawyer who is experienced in dealing with English/Chinese bilingual negotiations and litigation cases. Sining leads commercial litigation matters for Hall & Wilcox’s China Practice.
Sining handles a wide range of litigious matters in Victorian and New South Wales courts, including: commercial contractual disputes, property disputes and property development disputes, shareholder disputes and director disputes, insolvency and corporations law disputes, debt recovery and enforcement proceedings, and other business-related disputes.
He has a strong focus on practical problem solving and delivering commercial outcomes for his clients.
In addition to his litigation practice, Sining provides commercial advice to many Asian investors seeking to buy or invest in Australian businesses, as well as established Asian brands seeking to enter the Australian market. He is valued by his clients for his in-depth understanding of both Asian and Australian business culture.
- Executive Committee Member, Asian Australian Lawyers Association (AALA) (2015-2021)
Property & Projects | 13 May 2020
Victorians finally have some certainty about how the National Cabinet Mandatory Code of Conduct will be implemented in this State, with the COVID-19 Regulations enacted on 1 May 2020 (but operating with effect from 29 March 2020). The Regulations create legally binding obligations which are generally, but not entirely, consistent with the Code. Our Property and Projects team explain.