The Hong Kong Government announces its proposed Online Dispute Resolution scheme to allow some parties to deal with their COVID-19 related disputes online
Remote Hearings for Civil Proceedings: How Will the Embrace of Technology Affect Hong Kong’s Legal System?
As other jurisdictions around the world continue to advance their use and incorporation of technology into their legal systems, it will become increasingly difficult to ignore the growing calls to finally bring Hong Kong’s legal system into the digital age.
Podcast S1E1 | Dispute Resolution: Key Issues About Litigation, Arbitration and Mediation in Hong Kong
Adam Hugill, Jonathan Gray and Matthew Love discuss Hong Kong’s civil litigation structure, including trials, costs, procedures and enforcing judgments.
The Arrangement Concerning Mutual Assistance in Court-ordered Interim Measures in Aid of Arbitral Proceedings by the Courts of the Mainland and of the HKSAR (the Arrangement), which was signed on…
Mediation and arbitration can be very effective options for the resolution of art law related disputes, especially for those who prefer not to disclose sensitive or confidential information in open court.
Once the arbitration has concluded and an award has been issued by the tribunal, it must then be applied in order to be enforced in Hong Kong or internationally in a foreign jurisdiction.
While arbitrators have powers similar to those of the Hong Kong courts with respect to the granting of remedies, the parties to an arbitration are generally unable to appeal or…
Before agreeing to arbitrate legal disputes, it’s important to understand how its unique procedural and award system make it a popular means of alternative dispute resolution.
The Interim Measures Arrangement marks a new milestone in the Governments’ effort in safeguarding interests of arbitration parties by allowing them to apply for interim measures of protection before an arbitral award is granted via HK-seated arbitration.
Common issues for art law include how works of art should be valued, how to protect and acquire ownership of Intellectual Property Rights in art, free speech issues, authenticating and dealing with stolen artworks, cross-border transfer and a variety of business issues related to the art industry.