The Limited Partnership Fund Ordinance takes effect today. It provides much more flexibility than the Limited Partnership Ordinance and setting up onshore Limited Partnership Funds in Hong Kong will become a more valuable option.
Chris Hooley on shareholder liability: limitation of liability, shareholders’ obligations, corporate veil. Examples: UK Prest v Petrodel (2013), Hong Kong CWG v MH (2016).
Gary Wong and Christopher Hooley discuss some of the essential considerations related to the setting-up of new companies as well as corporate risk management, employment matters and potential disputes, both in Hong Kong and in Mainland China.
The COVID-19 pandemic has strengthened the critical importance of good business management and forward planning and of sound risk management in respect of all contractual and legal obligations
Art market guarantees are increasing in popularity and provide a valuable solution for both potential sellers and guarantors to practically deal with sales
Global Banking and Finance Review | Hugill & Ip Solicitors keep achieving outstanding recognitions and expanding its boutique law firm practice in Hong Kong
Legal 500 — a renowned legal directories in the world — has ranked Adam Hugill in the 2019 edition. This follows another prestigious recommendation received from Chambers and Partners earlier…
Many clients have their products made in China under a manufacturing arrangement with a local manufacturer, but what happens when they want to sell their products within China?
Last month Carrie Lam witnessed the signing of the Agreement on Trade in Goods by the Financial Secretary and the China International Trade Representative and Vice Minister of Commerce
China will implement a new e-commerce law from 1 January 2019 with the intent to further enhance legal protection for consumers and brands
There has been substantial recent debate about the possible future involvement of governments and legislators in the area of Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies