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Hong Kong court rules that restrictions on disclosure under PRC laws are inapplicable – the Securities and Futures Commission v Ernst & Young (a firm) *

Hong Kong - June 3 2014
In this landmark case the Hong Kong Court of First Instance was asked to inquire into non-compliance by a Hong Kong CPA firm, Ernst & Young ("EY")…

Co-authors: Emily Lam, William Hallatt.

Court of Appeal cooks elder brother's goose in Yung Kee case by dismissing appeal *

United Kingdom - April 2 2014
On 6 March 2014 the Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal in the Yung Kee Holdings Limitedfamily company dispute. In doing so, the Court of Appeal…

Co-authors: Richard Norridge , Justin D'Agostino, Gareth Thomas.

Private wealth newsletter - Spring 2014 *

Hong Kong - March 24 2014
In considering the potential (un)Reliability of witnesses, academic researchers have conducted a range of studies to understand how people’s memories…

Co-authors: Richard Norridge , Gareth Thomas.

Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill *

United Kingdom - March 10 2014
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Bill was gazetted on 28 February and will be introduced into the Legislative Council on 26 March 2014. When…

Co-authors: Justin D'Agostino, Gareth Thomas.

Public consultation begins in Hong Kong on standard working hours *

Hong Kong - February 4 2014
On 28 January 2014, the Standard Working Hours Committee launched a public consultation exercise on working hours in Hong Kong. The introduction of…

Co-authors: Justin D'Agostino, Gareth Thomas.

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