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Creditors petitioning for bankruptcy beware: absconding bankrupts may walk free after staying away from Hong Kong for 4 years

Hong Kong - November 17 2015 The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal (“CFA”) has ruled unconstitutional a provision under the Bankruptcy Ordinance (“Ordinance”) that prevents the…

Co-authors: Roberta Chan, Cynthia Y.S. Tang.

Law Reform Commission Sub-committee recommends Third Party Funding for Hong Kong arbitrations

Hong Kong - October 23 2015 The Law Reform Commission’s Third Party Funding for Arbitration Sub-committee (“Sub-committee”) has recommended a reform of Hong Kong arbitration law…

Co-authors: Gary A. Seib, Philipp Hanusch, Cynthia Y.S. Tang.

Court briefs - Spring 2015

China - June 10 2015 The Supreme People’s Court’s Interpretation on the revised Civil Procedure Law came into force on 4 February 2015. The Interpretation provides, among…

Co-authors: Cynthia Y.S. Tang.

China's new state secrets regulations clarify responsibilities and boost transparency

China - March 14 2014 China’s Implementing Regulations of the Protection of State Secrets Law 《( 保守国家秘密法实施条例》)( the “Regulations”) came into force earlier this month. The…

Co-authors: Gary A. Seib, Shen Peng.

CIETAC update: the Supreme People’s Court weighs in to resolve conflicting enforcement of awards

China - November 8 2013 Our previous alerts discussed the continuing rift between the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission ("CIETAC") and its prior…

Co-authors: James Kwan, Gary A. Seib, Shen Peng.

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