Stephenson Harwood has won a role advising on a multibillion-dollar dispute over the estate of one of Asia’s richest women.

Nina Wang, who died in April 2007, made out a will stating that the estate of her property empire, Chinachem Group, worth an estimated $12 billion, should go to the Wang family-run charity, the Chinachem Foundation.

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