Alfred Ip and Thelma Kwan on crucial steps of Hong Kong divorce proceedings and split of assets, giving real-life examples and advice on reaching an amicable settlement.
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.
Not only is it important for parties to choose the right mediator for their situation, it’s equally important that the parties find the right style of mediation that best fits their specific needs.
In order to maximize the likelihood of achieving a successful outcome, it’s important to understand the role each step plays in helping to guide the parties towards resolution.
In order to maximize the chance of obtaining a successful outcome, there are several best practices to consider both before and during any mediation session.
While mediation and arbitration are both attractive alternatives to traditional litigation, it is important to know the key differences of each method before deciding which option is best for your dispute resolution needs.
Before attempting to mediate your legal disputes, it’s important to understand how mediation’s unique procedural framework make it an attractive means of alternative dispute resolution.
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.
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.
Litigation in Hong Kong can be a long-winded and complicated process that full justice may not be achieved for various reasons. What to consider to obtain the best results before starting a dispute?