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By Caroline McNally, Catherine Tso
关于父方上诉人上诉反对初审法官允许母方应诉人带两名婚生子女离开香港前往美国迈阿密一案,上诉法院于 2019 年 7 月 25 日给出判决理由。
By Nick Gall
International Arbitration Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Hong Kong, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
By Caroline McNally, Lorette Ho
Loretta Ho examines the Court's view on the use of confidential documents and information obtained by ‘self-help' means.
By Andrea Randall, Joni Wong
There has been much commentary (and confusion) in the news and on social media about employees' absences from work due
By Caroline McNally, Catherine Tso
On 25 July 2019, the Court of Appeal handed down its reasons for judgment in an appeal brought by the Petitioner Father against the Trial Judge's
By Caroline McNally
As an international finance centre, families from all over the world relocate to Hong Kong for work purposes.
By Nick Gall, Ashima Sood
This article considers the pro-arbitration approach of courts in Hong Kong in the context of two recent cases. It also considers other significant initiatives and developments in the arbitration
By Andrea Randall
A demotion normally involves a reduction in rank or status, or a decrease in job responsibilities and/or salary.
By Andrea Randall
The Labour Tribunal is intended to be a quick and informal venue for hearing disputes between an employer and employee. The Labour Tribunal has exclusive jurisdiction to hear any claim for a sum...
By Andrea Randall, Joni Wong, Wilson Cheung
All five paternity leave days may be taken at once or separately.
By Wilson Cheung, Andrea Randall
It is common to find employers imposing post-termination restraints ("PTRs") on employees in order to restrict the post-termination activities of the employees with the aim of protecting the employer's businesses.
By Caroline McNally, Chantelle Woo
In light of the increasing number of unmarried parents in Hong Kong, there has been increasing discussion about the financial provision available to children born out of wedlock.