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Digital Prejudice: is it ‘Unfair’ for Witnesses to Give Evidence by Video Link?

Dispute Resolution & Litigation

Digital Prejudice: is it ‘Unfair’ for Witnesses to Give Evidence by Video Link?

This article was written by Edwina Kwan (关凯丽) and Jay Tseng (曾誌輝).In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the NSW Supreme Court (Court) vacated the hearing dates for...

30 June 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

60-second CFIUS: CFIUS seeks termination of a US-China joint venture

As of May 1, 2020, parties making a voluntary notice filing with CFIUS will have to pay a filing fee. There is no fee for declarations under the...

26 May 2020

60-second CFIUS: CFIUS Filing Fees Are Here, But Calculation Can Be Complicated

As of May 1, 2020, parties making a voluntary notice filing with CFIUS will have to pay a filing fee. There is no fee for declarations under the...

19 May 2020

CFIUS 60-second statistics: How many China deals get through CFIUS?

There is no doubt China deals have been more difficult to clear during the Trump years than they were previously. A database maintained by KWM shows a clearance...

08 May 2020

United States Supreme Court Denies Petition for Certiorari Against KWM Client ChanBond, LLC

On April 27, 2020 the United States Supreme Court denied a petition to overturn an appellate ruling in favor of KWM client ChanBond, LLC.  This decision puts an...

04 May 2020

Business continuity and regulatory compliance amidst the coronavirus outbreak

We outline practical steps that businesses should consider taking for business continuity and regulatory compliance in such tumultuous times.

02 March 2020

Novel Coronavirus COVID-19: Force Majeure and Frustration under PRC, English and Hong Kong laws

As the coronavirus continues to roam around the world, we provide practical insights on the related force majeure and frustration laws.

20 February 2020

Five Elements for Chinese Companies trading with UK counterparts Part 5: Earth

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see a number of common issues arising regularly.

18 October 2019

Five Elements for Chinese Companies trading with UK counterparts Part 4: Fire

In our work with international companies supplying goods to the UK, we see the same issues arising regularly.

17 October 2019

Guide to the Criminal Finances Act

The Criminal Finances Act 2017 has, in a short period of time, established itself as a highly effective piece of legislation in the UK’s anti-money laundering regime

03 October 2019

U.S. Department of Commerce Receives Comment Letters on Countervailing Duty Proposal

In June, we issued a client alert reporting on a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that would allow the U.S. Department of Commerce (“Commerce”), under certain circumstances, to declare...

24 September 2019

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