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Douglas Clark, Global Head of Dispute Resolution considers issues around the arbitration of IP disputes in Hong Kong.
Rouse
Douglas Clark, Global Head of Dispute Resolution considers issues around the arbitration of IP disputes in Hong Kong.
Gall
Of Counsel Felda Yeung has contributed the Hong Kong chapter to this Q&A publication with DFDL which aims to shed...
Gall
"Where should the dispute be determined?" – this is a question which has a significant impact on each and every step in resolving a dispute but is often overlooked.
Winston & Strawn LLP
As the largest fund management hubs in Asia, Hong Kong has taken steps to reform the investment funds regime by introducing new structures and incentive schemes...
Mayer Brown
With Hong Kong's dense population, dwindling living space, soaring residential and office costs and the expansion of online retailing, demand for mini-storage facilities is poised to increase drastically.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
With the Hong Kong Development Bureau's (DevB) contractual security of payment regime coming into effect from 31 December 2021 (the SOP regime), ...
Ally Law
With the global market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs) now generating billions of US dollars, these new forms of digital asset have gone mainstream and, particularly, mark a fresh development...
ELLALAN
Despite the increasing popularity in the creation, investment and trade of NFTs, one should be mindful that the legal treatment of NFTs continues to evolve and is unsettled.
Mayer Brown
Premium financing (PF) is a financing arrangement whereby a customer takes out a loan to pay the premium for an insurance policy.
Mayer Brown
We have compiled the following chronology table which serves as a quick reference point to track the circulars and guidance published by HK financial services regulators in relation to COVID-19.
Mayer Brown
Following the cases of QT v Director of Immigration (2018) 21 HKCFAR 324 (see our Quarterly Review here) and Leung Chun Kwong v Secretary for the Civil Service (2019)...
Winston & Strawn LLP
Hong Kong is one of the largest fund management hubs in Asia, with HKD34.9 trillion worth of assets under management by the end of 2020.
Withers LLP
Around one in four divorces now involve a dispute over an animal and things can get messy, as the high-profile wrangle between Jennifer Aniston and her former husband Justin Theroux over their four dogs has shown.
Mayer Brown
Known as an international business centre and home to the headquarters of multinational companies, Hong Kong remains today one of the most attractive business hubs to entrepreneurs and organisations.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
In W v AW [2021] HKCFI 1707 (date of decision: 17 June 2021), a case described by the court as "highly unusual", an arbitral award was held to be manifestly invalid.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
In a recent judgment (Construction Company v Guarantor [2021] HKCFI 2558, judgment date: 17 August 2021), a Hong Kong court upheld a U.S. arbitral award made pursuant to a split dispute resolution clause.
Mayer Brown
Blacklisted! Latest Measures to Crack Down on Intellectual Property Rights Abuse in China
Walkers
In Singularis, as is well known, the Privy Council Board considered the doctrine of modified universalism whereby, broadly speaking, a court will give such assistance as it can to foreign insolvency proceedings, ...
Braumiller Law Group, PLLC
Long before it was established as a special administrative region of China, the Fragrant Harbor ("Hong Kong") was considered a separate economy from China ("the PRC") for trade purposes.
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