Case Analysis

Hong Kong Lawyer | Passing Over the Reigns 改朝換代

Hong Kong Lawyer | Passing Over the Reigns 改朝換代 1920 1080 Hugill & Ip

“Pass-over” Application under Section 36 of the Probate and Administration Ordinance, Cap. 10
根據《遺囑認證及遺產管理條例》(第10章)第36條提出的「替代」申請

References – Cautionary Tales for Employers

References – Cautionary Tales for Employers 1200 810 Adam Hugill

Requesting references for prospective employers is common practice: what do you need to know when requesting or providing references?

How Confidential Are Arbitration Proceedings?

How Confidential Are Arbitration Proceedings? 1200 797 Jonathan Gray

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.

Hong Kong Lawyer | A Company Director Being Adjudged Guilty Of Having Committed Second Contempt Of Court

Hong Kong Lawyer | A Company Director Being Adjudged Guilty Of Having Committed Second Contempt Of Court 900 900 Hugill & Ip

Case Analysis: High Fashion New Media Corporation Ltd. V. Leong Ma Li [2022] HKCFI 2234 (HCMP 932/2020)

STEP Hong Kong | Protection from Protectors

STEP Hong Kong | Protection from Protectors 1200 801 Hugill & Ip

Matters to consider when appointing a protector for your trust

Hong Kong Lawyer | Informal Police Freezing Regime Found to Be Unlawful

Hong Kong Lawyer | Informal Police Freezing Regime Found to Be Unlawful 600 398 Hugill & Ip

Case analysis: Tam Sze Leung & Ors v Commissioner of Police [2021] HKCFI 3118

Dismissal or Resignation in the Heat of the Moment

Dismissal or Resignation in the Heat of the Moment 800 548 Adam Hugill

Both employers and employees should be cautious and avoid to get tangled in their emotions when disagreements in the workplace happen

Hong Kong Lawyer | Contempt or not? That is the question!

Hong Kong Lawyer | Contempt or not? That is the question! 600 386 Hugill & Ip

Proper Plaintiff rule results in dismissal of application prohibiting holding out as company CEO

Hong Kong Lawyer | Hong Kong Ends Its ‘Fraud Exception Rule’ in Summary Judgments

Hong Kong Lawyer | Hong Kong Ends Its ‘Fraud Exception Rule’ in Summary Judgments 1200 800 Hugill & Ip

LEGAL UPDATE: victims of fraud engaged in civil litigation in Hong Kong are now able to apply for summary judgment from the High Court and District Court

Webinar | Employment Law: Breach of Confidence and Post-Termination Restrictions

Webinar | Employment Law: Breach of Confidence and Post-Termination Restrictions 900 544 Hugill & Ip

Adam Hugill and Earl Deng discuss how to protect businesses following the departure of key personnel via restrictive covenants and the laws of confidence

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