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Landmark Decision Confirms Voting Rights of Owners of Sub-Divided Flats in Mixed Buildings

Hong Kong - September 8 2016 In the most recent Court of Appeal decision of Chow Chui Chui & others (including the Incorporated Owners of Ka Wing Building) vs Kafull International…

Co-authors: Gillian Lam, Shiu Man Wan, Roberta Chan.


Failure to Specify Arbitral Seat in the Arbitration Clause May Result in Unenforceable Award

China, Hong Kong - August 26 2016 In a recent PRC case (the “Taizhou Court Case”), the Taizhou Intermediate People’s Court (“Court”) refused enforcement of an ICC award on grounds of…

Co-authors: Andrew Chin, Philipp Hanusch.


Money Laundering Does Not Require Actual Knowledge

Hong Kong - July 20 2016 There are increasingly aggressive efforts by regulators and now by the judiciary in Hong Kong in combating money laundering. The recent judgment of…

Co-authors: Mini vandePol, Roberta Chan, Cynthia Y.S. Tang, Bryan Ng.


Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal Confirms Money Laundering Offence Does Not Require Actual Knowledge Nor Does the Property Need to be Actual Proceeds of Crime

Hong Kong - July 19 2016 There are increasingly aggressive efforts by regulators and now by the judiciary in Hong Kong in combating money laundering. The recent judgment of…

Co-authors: Mini vandePol, Roberta Chan, Cynthia Y.S. Tang, Bryan Ng.


Doing Business With China: Is Your Arbitration Clause Worth The Paper on Which It Is Written?

China, Hong Kong, Israel - June 27 2016 Since diplomatic relations with China began in 1992, Israeli-Sino trade volume has risen steadily, from US$50 million in 1992 to US$9.9 billion in…

Co-authors: Andrew Chin, Philipp Hanusch.

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