Region: Hong Kong

Listen to the lawyers, says Hong Kong chief justice

Hong Kong's chief justice has set out how, despite challenging times, the territory retains all the "indicators" of a safe jurisdiction in which to litigate or arbitrate – including the confidence of lawyers who practise there.

23 November 2020

Mayer Brown promotes two

Mayer Brown has promoted Rachael O’Grady, who is acting in a treaty claim against Romania, to the partnership in London – while Raymond Yang is made counsel in Hong Kong.

20 November 2020

Shanghai arbitration clause fails to halt winding-up

A Hong Kong affiliate of industrial fishing group Pacific Andes cannot rely on a SHIAC arbitration clause to protect itself from winding-up proceedings because the clause was irrelevant to its debt, a court has found.

13 November 2020

Hong Kong unveils new entry scheme for arbitration participants

The Hong Kong government has launched a scheme to facilitate short-term entry into the special administered region for participants in arbitral proceedings.

20 July 2020

Hong Kong

Featured in The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review 2021

11 June 2020

International Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong (ICC Hong Kong)

27 January 2020

Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC)

27 January 2020

CIETAC Hong Kong

27 January 2020

Hong Kong

29 April 2019

International Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong (ICC Hong Kong)

03 January 2019

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