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Welcome to the (Third) Party: New Arbitration Funding Options and Lessons for Hong Kong

On 14 June 2017, Hong Kong’s Legislative Council passed the Arbitration and Mediation Legislation (Third Party Funding) (Amendment) Bill 2016.

05 July 2017

The “gig economy”: the new show in town

This post explores some of the key drivers and international developments. It also explores a number of employment law-related questions that existing companies, new entrants and start-ups should...

24 July 2017







Demystifying dual-use goods: From the chlorine in a pool to the antibiotics we take – what your business should be doing

This article describes the role of dual-use items and technologies in chemical weaponry and other weapons of mass destruction.

18 April 2017

First Hong Kong competition case goes to the Competition Tribunal – what this signals for companies

The Hong Kong Competition Commission has taken its first case to the Competition Tribunal, alleging that five IT companies engaged in bid-rigging.

20 April 2017




Interim regulations on labor dispatch enforced from march 1st, and rate of dispatched employees may NOT exceed 10%

The Interim Regulations on Labor Dispatch will impose a significant effect on employers’ employment model.

04 January 2014

Hayden Flinn talks Belt and Road to local Hong Kong TV Channel TVB

Hong Kong Co-Chief Exec Hayden Flinn says Hong Kong can be an independent jurisdiction for the resolution of disputes on China's Belt and Road

19 June 2017

EuGH: Bekanntheit des Lacoste Krokodils besiegt Kaimane in der Lederwarenindustrie

EuGH erachtet die allgemeine Bekanntheit des krokodilförmigen Emblems der Marke Lacoste als mögliches Eintragungshindernis ähnliche Formen.

30 November 2015

Listing in Hong Kong: What does HKEX’s new consultation process mean to the GEM and Main Board?

In this article, we will provide a quick synopsis of the key changes to the basic listing requirements of the GEM and Main Board, and an idea of...

22 June 2017

BGH: Kein Anspruch eines Hotelinhabers gegen Betreiber eines Bewertungsportals auf Unterlassung herabsetzender Bewertungen

Der Betreiber eines Hotelbewertungsportals ist nicht schlechthin zur Unterlassung negativer Bewertungen verpflichtet.

30 November 2015

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