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Hong Kong: No time to waste when enforcing non-compete covenants

Hong Kong - November 13 2020 The recent case of AB Club Ltd & Anors v Chan Yin Ki Cubie & Anors 2020 HKCFI 2769 reinforces the need for speed when seeking to enforce...

Giselle Yuen, Joanna Ku.

Global Bank Review: disruption

Global - October 20 2020 The 2020 edition of our , explores the challenges and opportunities facing banks, with the emergence and impact of the Covid-19 global health...

Antony Crockett, Andrew Procter, Vincent Hatton, Richard Woods, Paul Apáthy, Adelaide Luke, Timothy Stutt, Peter Leon, Vincent Danton, Benjamin Rubinstein, Natalie Curtis, May Tai, Shivchand Jhinku, Cat Dankos, Michelle Virgiany, Rebecca Perlman, Tony Damian, Joy Amis, Arnold Pun, Caroline Rae, Barbara Roth, Siobhan Lane, Cameron Dunstan-Smith, Kwok Tang, Tyler Hendry, Katherine Gregor, Peter Jones, Michelle Curran, Alex Cravero, Frances Xu, Harry Evans, Charlotte Henry, Leonie Timmers, Federica Marra, Melanie Ryan, César Michel, Kristen Hammond, Jenny Stainsby, Hywel Jenkins, Simon Clarke, Harry Edwards, Kyle Wombolt, Sarah Benbow, Kevin Pullen, Kyriakos Fountoukakos, Miriam Everett, Christian Leathley, Brenda Horrigan, Nick May, Nicholas Peacock, Peggy Chow, Jonathan Mattout, Nick Pantlin, Hannah Ambrose, Amal Bouchenaki, Nick Wright, William Breeze, Hannah Cassidy, Michael Jacobs, Susan Black, Fatim Jumabhoy, Natalia Rodriguez, Jacqueline Wootton.

Hong Kong: Executive double-hatting and deemed employment risks

Hong Kong - October 16 2020 Having executives work across group companies is common as it can allow operational and cost efficiencies while keeping the underlying employment...

Giselle Yuen, Gareth Thomas.

Hong Kong: resignation, repudiation or dismissal?

Hong Kong - October 9 2020 In the recent decision of Lam Sin Yi Sindy v Leung King Wai William 2020 HKCFI 2525, the plaintiff challenged her former employer’s treatment of...

Gareth Thomas.

Hong Kong: recovering bonuses from employees - part 2

Hong Kong - September 23 2020 In a previous article we discussed circumstances where an employer may seek damages against an employee who has engaged in serious misconduct or been...

Gareth Thomas.