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Hong Kong Court laid down principles for service out of examination orders on officers of corporate judgment debtors
13 January 2021, Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Newsletter, by Peter So, Victor Wong

In Changfeng Shipping Holdings Limited v Sinoriches Enterprises Co., Limited HCCT 59/2019; [2020] HKCFI 2703, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance laid down the principles applicable… LEARN MORE

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Proprietary relief not to be taken for granted in cyber fraud cases: Hong Kong Court rules the need for Plaintiff to show ownership of the property

In recent years, it seems that plaintiffs in cyber fraud cases are used to the Court rubber-stamping their applications for default judgment seeking declaratory relief. However,… LEARN MORE

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Recent developments in Cross-border insolvency law

Two recent decisions of the Honourable Mr Justice Harris are helpful additions to the growing amount of case law in this jurisdiction dealing with cross-border insolvency issues… LEARN MORE

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Hong Kong to introduce Corporate Rescue Bill in early 2021

At present, Hong Kong does not have any statutory corporate rescue regime. A financially distressed company may try to rescue its business by entering into (i) private debt restructuring… LEARN MORE

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Noteworthy Developments in Competition Law 2020

Despite the pandemic, 2020 has been a busy year in the competition law space in Hong Kong.  The year started off with the Hong Kong Competition Commission (“Commission”) commencing… LEARN MORE

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Human Resources & Compliance in New Era of China Civil Code and Judicial Interpretations

Along with the implementation of Civil Code of the People’s Republic of China (“Civil Code”), which came into effect on 1 January 2021, several judicial interpretations have been… LEARN MORE

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The Impact of “EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment” on Employment in China

On 30 December 2020, China and European Union (“EU”) concluded in principle the EU-China Comprehensive Agreement on Investments (“CAI”), a bilateral treaty that will replace existing… LEARN MORE

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Rome was not built in a day – It’s never too early to review your personal data protection practice in China!
06 January 2021, Intellectual Property, Legal Alert, by Dora Si, Andy Yu

Did you know? The long-awaited draft of the Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL) was released for public consultation in October 2020. If enacted, it will be the first comprehensive… LEARN MORE

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Special arrangement for Visa Extension Application from overseas

In general, individuals admitted into Hong Kong under various types of visa may apply for extension of stay within four weeks before the date of expiry, and they must be physically… LEARN MORE

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Post Brexit: How Are Your Trade Marks Impacted?

The Agreement on the Withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) provides for a transition period ending on 31 December 2020. Thereafter, EU trade marks… LEARN MORE

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