Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | Hong Kong, South Korea | 24 May 2022
Hong Kong is not a party to The Hague Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters. Accordingly…
RPC | Hong Kong | 24 May 2022
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.
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.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | Hong Kong | 23 May 2022
K v T ( 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…
Bird & Bird LLP | China, Hong Kong | 20 May 2022
Whilst China has been a contracting state to the New York Convention since around 1987, thus allowing recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral…
Mayer Brown | Hong Kong | 20 May 2022
In the case of HMM (Hong Kong) Ltd v Ma Chun Kit  HKCFI 1153, the Court of First Instance (CFI) held that a senior employee who was not a…