Injunctions are equitable remedies. Accordingly, applicants are required to act without undue delay to preserve their rights. They must also act reasonably and conscionably.
While confidentiality in arbitration proceedings is broadly protected under the Arbitration Ordinance and common law, there are nonetheless exceptions where disclosure is permitted. More importantly, it should not be assumed that disputes over disclosure of confidential material relating to arbitrations conducted will necessarily be heard by a Hong Kong Court or determined in accordance with the law.
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