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Take Notice! Claims in Arbitration tied to Contractual Notices

Dispute Resolution & Litigation

Take Notice! Claims in Arbitration tied to Contractual Notices

Key highlights on a recent judgement in the matter considering an appeal on the question of contractual notices made under a construction contract.

13 November 2020

Drafting a Disputes Resolution Clause? Hong Kong’s unique advantages

Hong Kong is the ideal seat of arbitration for Mainland Chinese parties and deals involving Mainland Chinese parties.

14 October 2020
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Update on the exclusive benefit when selecting Hong Kong arbitration: asset, evidence and conduct preservation in China Mainland. How is it working?

We give an update on the arrangement concerning mutual assistance in court-ordered interim measures for China and Hong Kong SAR arbitral proceedings.

15 September 2020

Which law should govern employment contracts for work performed in Hong Kong?

Read on for our insights on the laws governing Hong Kong employment contracts.

08 September 2020

Changes to Hong Kong discrimination and employment laws

We discuss the latest developments in the Hong Kong discrimination and employment laws.

30 July 2020

SFC enforcement priorities outlook 2020

We sum up the SFC's latest report on its regulatory priorities.

28 July 2020

Singapore Expands Arbitration Options to Include Law of the Sea Disputes

This article was written by Patric McGonigal and Ramon Garcia-Gallardo.At a virtual ceremony on 11 June 2020, Singapore's Minister for Home Affairs and Law, K Shanmugam SC and...

22 June 2020

Update on recent enforcement cases by the Competition Commission

Read on for updates on the two recent cases: the IT Cartel Case and the Textbook Cartel Case.

22 April 2020

Performance Bonds: Courts exercise restraint in not restraining bond calls

We look at how Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia and England courts approach any exercise of power to restrain a call on performance bonds.

06 April 2020
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Is There a Place for Burden of Proof in Market Misconduct Tribunal Proceedings?

We explain that in MMT proceedings, the SFC does not bear any burden of proof, and that the standard of proof is on a balance of probabilities.

13 March 2020

Enforcing internal controls and pursuing accountability

Read on as we sum up the SFC’s recent activities based on its February 2020 Quarterly Report.

11 March 2020

Outbreak of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) – Obligations and issues from an employment law perspective

We explore the rights and obligations of both employers and employees from an employment law perspective during the coronavirus outbreak.

03 March 2020

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