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Hong Kong Legal Walk | Hong Kong | 15 Oct 2022

Hong Kong Legal Walk

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ONC Lawyers | Asia-Pacific, Hong Kong | 27 May 2022

Cyber Fraud

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Gall | Asia-Pacific, Hong Kong | 26 May 2022

A Guide to Relationship Agreements for Spouses, Cohabitees and Beyond

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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | Hong Kong, South Korea | 24 May 2022

Recent decision on enforcing a South Korean judgement in Hong Kong: Application of common law principles

Hong Kong is not a party to The Hague Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters. Accordingly…
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RPC | Hong Kong | 24 May 2022

Court of Appeal reviews "slip rule" for court orders

In The Yin Nin Savings Mortgage Loan & Land Investment Co Ltd v Occupiers of Premises, the Hong Kong Court of Appeal allowed the plaintiff's' appeal, thereby setting aside a judge's decision that a judicial officer had incorrectly amended a consent order using the "slip rule". The Court of Appeal's judgment is a helpful review of the scope and application of the slip rule.
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Chow King & Associates | Hong Kong | 23 May 2022

The Corporate Immigration Review: Hong Kong

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The Corporate Immigration Review

Editor: Chris Magrath

Magrath Sheldrick LLP

The Corporate Immigration Review surveys and analyses the most noteworthy aspects of business immigration law and practice worldwide, with a focus on the most consequential recent developments. In addition to providing an insightful introduction to the immigration framework in each jurisdiction, it also covers key international treaty obligations; residence rights; requirements for employer-sponsored workers; schemes for investors and entrepreneurs; and an outlook for future developments.

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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | Hong Kong | 23 May 2022

Failed application for setting aside an arbitral award before Hong Kong Court on the grounds of the lack of proper notice of the appointment of arbitrator and/or non-compliance of the arbitral procedure

K v T ([2022] HKCFI 1194, HCCT 53/2021, 26 April 2022) was a court application made by the Respondent in the arbitration for an extension of time to…
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Bird & Bird LLP | China, Hong Kong | 20 May 2022

Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in Mainland China

Whilst China has been a contracting state to the New York Convention since around 1987, thus allowing recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral…
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Mayer Brown | Hong Kong | 20 May 2022

Hong Kong Court Confirms Senior Employee Owes Fiduciary Duties to Employer

In the case of HMM (Hong Kong) Ltd v Ma Chun Kit [2022] HKCFI 1153, the Court of First Instance (CFI) held that a senior employee who was not a…
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