More than 120 countries have made face coverings compulsory in public. There is no question that personal protective equipment plays a central role in our strategies to confront the global COVID-19 pandemic.
In MC v. SC  HKCFI 2337, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (Court) addressed an application for leave to appeal on a question of law arising out of an arbitral award on the basis...
Hedge fund managers, private equity sponsors and other asset managers as well as brokers, dealers, wealth managers and other providers of investment services and investment products are often keen...
The Sovereign Group
Hong Kong has had a lot to contend with over the last 18 months including country-wide protest action, Covid-19, the US-China trade war, not to mention the new National Security Laws and US
It is not unusual for employees within a group of companies to be employed by one company within the group to perform work at or for other group companies.
Large and complex construction projects frequently require careful and extensive preparation and
evaluation to be undertaken during the tender stages.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we have seen an overwhelming demand worldwide for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which includes respirators, surgical masks, gloves and face shields.
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Commercial practicality and business common sense may take a backseat to the clear wording of contract documents, according to the Court of Appeal (CA) in a recent judgment regarding complex measurement rules (MR) in sub-contracts ...
You, as a landlord, have signed a tenancy agreement with a tenant for rental of a commercial property for a fixed term. However, the tenant has decided to break the lease and does not intend
The concerns over COVID-19 have arguably been the required trigger - against the backdrop of increasing unease ‒ for market participants to take stock and review their financial arrangements.
Contracts sometimes include a ‘force majeure' clause which allows a party to be excused from its contractual obligations in the event of a ‘force majeure event(s)'.
In our recent article we discussed the legal ramifications of the force majeure clauses to "excuse" parties from performing onerous or impossible contracts in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The outbreak of COVID-19 novel coronavirus has brought about disruptions to both public life and international business of an unprecedented scale.
R&P China Lawyers
In contracts between Chinese and international clients, an important question is where and how disputes are resolved.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The First International Commercial Court of the Supreme People's Court of China ("CICC") has recently published its first rulings
In Hong Kong, it is very common for retailers to rent a space for businesses. It is of paramount importance that these retailers have sufficient contractual protection
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom (UK) LLP
In the past year, nearly a dozen companies have taken advantage of new rules to list on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (HKEx).
PTT would however be entitled to recover damages at large, based
on ordinary principles and subject to proof by PTT.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
Whatever your business—whether you are an investor looking at new investments, managing existing positions or planning exits, or a corporate concerned with protecting and enhancing your business...