Jonathan Crompton, partner at Reynolds Porter Chamberlain, LLP's Hong Kong office, has recently been recognized by the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Super 50 TMT Lawyers 2022.
Jonathan has extensive experience helping companies and individuals navigate complex cross-border disputes, investigations and cyber incidents that entail matters at the intersection of financial services and technology. He advises on all forms of disputes including litigations before national courts and arbitrations under various rules (in particular, HKIAC, ICC and UNCITRAL), and on investigations by regulators (notably financial services regulators such as the Securities and Futures Commission, and data privacy regulators such as the Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, the Singapore Personal Data Protection Commission and the UK Information Commissioner's Officer).
As Asia lead for RPC's 'ReSecure' 24/7 cyber incident response service, Crompton frequently helps clients manage the crisis of cyber-attacks and other data breaches across Asia. He acts as incident response manager and breach coordinator, helping clients investigate, manage and mitigate the harmful effects to their businesses, and advising on data protection regimes and reporting obligations across Asia. He also helps clients across the globe recover sums transferred because of cyber, crypto and other frauds.
Jonathan’s clients include leading multinational corporations and brands, asset managers and senior individuals, and any company that suffers a cyber attack.
ALB Super 50 TMT Lawyers is held annually and awards a list of most recommended TMT lawyers in Asia purely based on client feedback. It provides an independent assessment of the reputation of Jonathan's work in the TMT market fairly and adequately.