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Amanda Beattie

King & Wood Mallesons


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A case still burning bright Tiger Asia to face the Market Misconduct Tribunal

Hong Kong - July 18 2013 After successfully obtaining orders under section 213 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance, the Securities and Futures Commission ("SFC") has now...

Section 213: the latest weapon in the SFC’s arsenal to fight misconduct

Hong Kong - May 29 2013 This month has seen the effective and powerful section 213 of the Securities and Futures Ordinance hard at work. The saga of Tiger Asia has finally...

Jill Wong, Kylie Hocek.

Tiger Asia appeal dismissed - the final word on section 213

Hong Kong - May 1 2013 Yesterday the Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal, led by Chief Justice Ma, ruled in favour of the Securities and Futures Commission ("SFC") in the long...

Jill Wong, Kylie Hocek.

Direct guidance about direct marketing: Hong Kong’s Privacy Commissioner forges ahead, with new regime to begin 1 April 2013

Hong Kong - March 13 2013 Direct marketing - which is essentially mass marketing via email, text messages, mail, etc. - has been an area of focus for the Privacy Commissioner...

Jill Wong, Candy Au.

Arbitral tribunal’s jurisdiction backed by English courts

United Kingdom - December 18 2012 In Tang & Lee v GTIL et al (14 November 2012), the English Court confirmed that the Tribunal had jurisdiction to determine the issue before it and dismissed the Claimants’ application to challenge the Tribunal’s jurisdiction under section 67 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (the “Act”)....

Denis Brock, Candice Wu.