Jonathan Crompton, a partner at Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP (RPC) and a Board Member at Justice Without Borders, has been recognized by the Law Society of Hong Kong with its Pro Bono and Community Service Awards. He was awarded a Distinguished Community Service Individual Award, one of only two given this past year, and a Gold Pro Bono and Community Service Individual Award.
His firm was also awarded a Distinguished Community Service Law Firm Award, a Silver Pro Bono Law Firm Award, and Pro Bono Improvement Law Firm Award.
Jonathan was recently appointed as one of two global Pro Bono Champions (partner leads) for RPC.
Jonathan advises on all forms of disputes including litigation before national courts and arbitral tribunals operating 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). His clients include senior individuals, asset managers, and leading multi-national corporations and brands. As a result of RPC's predominantly 'conflict free' model for financial services disputes, Jonathan represents senior individuals and companies in claims brought by or against leading banks where other firms are unable to act.
As Asia lead for RPC's 'ReSecure' 24/7 cyber incident response service, Jonathan also frequently acts as incident response manager/breach coordinator for cyber-attacks and other data breaches across Asia, 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 as a result of cyber and other frauds.