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Arbitration in Hong Kong - third party funding takes effect

Hong Kong - December 17 2018 Hong Kong is an “arbitration-friendly” jurisdiction and the courts strongly support the independence and enforceability of arbitral awards. As a...

Philipp Hanusch, Paul Teo.

Onslaught of Changes in Technology Now Number One Complexity for Asia Pacific Businesses; Widespread Disruption Predicted

Asia-Pacific - March 29 2017 The leading complexity confronting business leaders in Asia Pacific is the need to adopt new technologies within their own company Vast majority of...

Thinawat Bukhamana.

India's M&A Market Set to Boom Over Next Three Years; Indian Influence in Asia Pacific Predicted to Grow

India - February 7 2017 India is predicted to be one of the global hotspots for M&A in coming years, with the total value of M&A transactions in India (domestic and inbound)...

Ashok Lalwani.

Hong Kong: Hong Kong’s amended winding-up legislation enhances protection for creditors

Hong Kong - January 24 2017 The Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury recently announced that the Companies (Winding Up and Miscellaneous Provisions) (Amendment)...

Kwun-Yee Cheung, Cynthia Y.S. Tang.

Court of Appeal provides clarification on “good faith” principle in the context of enforcement of arbitral awards

Hong Kong - January 19 2017 Hong Kong courts have a discretion to enforce foreign awards under the New York Convention (“NYC“) even though a ground for resisting enforcement has...

Philipp Hanusch, Paul Teo.