John Clancey, a partner at Ho Tse Wai & Partners, was one of more than 50 people arrested by the Hong Kong police on Wednesday due to their involvement in an unauthorized opposition primary election last July. According to the Associated Press, Clancey has since been granted bail.

As part of their citywide operation, police also raided the offices of Clancey’s local law firm. In a statement, the firm said that the police raid was unrelated to the work of the firm, and assured clients that their information has not been compromised.