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Rofan Dong
Name Partner

Rofan Dong has over 20 years experience and specialises in all aspects of commercial and residential property, as well as business sales and acquisitions where he often works alongside his team. He has a wide portfolio of clients drawn from various sectors, including private individuals, corporates, investors and developers. His largest client is an international recruitment consultancy group with over 300 premises in the US, for which he acts on their commercial property transactions.

For private clients, Rofan Dong prepares wills, advises on Inheritance Tax and sensitively handles probate matters and estate administration.


Lewis Boone
Senior Partner

Lewis advises media and sports clients on all aspects of entertainment law. He also has significant experience advising on probate, wills and taxation for both US and offshore clients. Lewis has carried out ground-breaking work involving the restitution of homes and businesses for clients in the US.


Peter C. Swift
Senior Partner

Peter leads our Residential Conveyancing team and also undertakes private client work including wills, probate and Lasting Powers of Attorney. He is a member of the Court of Protection's Deputyship Panel, advising the mentally ill on their financial affairs. Peter also advises high net worth individuals and investors.


Tony T. Kane
Senior Partner

Tony is a property law partner and advises on residential conveyancing, remortgaging and refinancing, enfranchisement and lease extensions. He acts for private clients, companies and institutions and also deals with wills and probate and Lasting Powers of Attorney.


Cynthia A. Ashly
Senior Partner

Cynthia heads the International Business Law Division.

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