This newsletter links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to residential property.
This newsletter links to recent media releases, reports, cases and legislation relating to work health & safety.
This bulletin links to recent media releases, reports and legislation of interest to Victorian government lawyers.
These temporary skilled visa changes apply to individuals who hold Hong Kong passports and their family members.
Skilled immigrants could fill urgent skills needs in critical sectors and act as job multipliers to rebuild the economy.
There are limited migration places available, so those who may be eligible should take note of this window of opportunity.
The visa changes ensure that employers prioritise hiring and retention of Australian citizens and permanent residents.
The government needs to balance providing economic stimulus via migration and public demands to put Australians first.
The rapid growth of the various indexes in the report actually reflects the remarkable achievements China has made in these areas.
Big data is the new battleground to achieve the competitive edge. The digital market features both the first-mover advantage and a winner-takes-all environment.
Wensen An analyses protection standards for AI-generated inventions set by the world's major IP bodies.
IP enforcement in key global markets is increasingly complex. What's the legal theory? What's the reality in practice?
After the liquidators are discharged from office in the liquidation of a company, the company may ask the liquidators to return the documents kept by them as liquidators.
The husband and the wife in the KEWS Case were married in the year 2000.
In Hong Kong, foreign domestic helpers ("FDHs") are required to live in the place of their employment.
The Secretary for Labour and Welfare has recently announced that the Employment (Amendment) Ordinance 2020 ("EAO") will come into effect on 11 December 2020.
Bonuses may take many different forms, including mandatory and discretionary bonuses, which are often governed by employment contracts.
Family offices managing the affairs of high-net-worth families have become increasingly important to the financial services industry in Hong Kong and most other major financial centres.
Hong Kong's enhanced maternity leave provisions take effect on 11 December 2020.