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Arbitration 101 - Different Types of Arbitration

Hong Kong - May 15 2018 We often hear legal terms such as “domestic arbitration”, “international arbitration”, “ad-hoc arbitration” and “institutional arbitration” - but what...

Winding up a foreign incorporated company in Hong Kong - What constitutes sufficient benefit?

Hong Kong - September 19 2017 Generally speaking, the most appropriate jurisdiction in which to wind up a company is the jurisdiction where the company is incorporated, and the...

Can disputes in relation to business management decisions be arbitrated?

Hong Kong - October 27 2016 In recent years, we have seen an increase in the use of arbitration clauses in joint venture agreements and shareholders' agreements intending to...

The law and practice of serving legal documents on Mainland parties

China, Hong Kong - May 3 2016 It is commonplace today for one of the parties in Hong Kong court proceedings to be from the Mainland, be it an individual ordinarily resident in the...