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AllBright Law Offices | China, Global, Hong Kong | 19 Apr 2019

Legislative Updates: The Favorable Policy Promulgated by the Chinese Government for Hong Kong Arbitration

On the afternoon of April 2, the Supreme People's Court of the People’s Republic of China and the Department of Justice of the Hong Kong Special


Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP | United Kingdom | 8 Apr 2019

Withhold with care: suspension and pay

Employers in regulated sectors in particular will be interested in this case, in which the Court of Appeal considered whether an NHS trust was, or


AllBright Law Offices | China, Global, Hong Kong | 3 Apr 2019




Wilson Harle | New Zealand | 2 Apr 2019

No jurisdiction without service: difficulties obtaining interim injunctions against offshore companies

The High Court recently dismissed an interim injunction against Viagogo AG, holding that it did not have jurisdiction to consider and determine the


Macpherson Kelley | Australia | 26 Mar 2019

Elder Abuse: At risk and helpless? There is help available.

Elder abuse is not only financial abuse but can include physical and emotional abuse. Unfortunately, there have been many cases where the person


Hardwicke | United Kingdom | 12 Mar 2019

Appealing undertakings in damages - case note on Schettini v Silvestri

The Court of Appeal considers the nature of undertakings in damages and the correct procedural factors to be considered when wishing to dispute their


Taylor Wessing | Germany | 4 Feb 2019

Interim injunctions in privacy and defamation matters in Germany

When it comes to disputes over defamatory statements or breach of an individual's right to privacy, a claimant looking to prevent initial or further


McCann FitzGerald | Poland, European Union | 19 Nov 2018

How Fundamental is the Rule of Law? An EU Showdown on Judicial Independence

The European Commission has referred Poland to the CJEU due to violations of the principle of judicial independence created by the new Polish Law on


Ashfords LLP | United Kingdom | 12 Oct 2018

Ambey Capital Private Ltd & Ors v Mascarenhas & Ors (2018)

Ashfords successfully acted for the Joint Trustees in Bankruptcy of Vincent Mascarenhas (deceased) in their application to discharge Freezing Orders


Hill Dickinson LLP | United Kingdom | 26 Sep 2018

Scope of injunctions widens

The High Court granted an interim injunction to a doctor which obliged his employer trust to lift the restrictions it had placed on his practice

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