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Conflicts between domestic disclosure obligations and foreign illegality — a Hong Kong law perspectivedownload
This article explores this issue from the perspective of various disclosure obligations that may arise under Hong Kong law.
DLA Piper has released its Asia: Corporate Newsletter for June 2013.
The high point of the ‘Chinese dream’ may have passed for foreign law firms but they still see a presence as vital. Meanwhile domestic firms are developing fast...
International law firms are fighting hard for their place at the Asia Pacific table...
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Over the past four years, China has strongly intensified its efforts to promote the internationalisation of the RMB (CNY).
Linklaters has added to its Hong Kong competition practice by hiring Baker & McKenzie partner Clara Ingen-Housz.
The Banking & Finance Litigation Update covers current developments affecting DLA Piper’s area of practice and its clients during the preceding month.
PRC insurance companies are being encouraged to invest offshore in a number of countries, including Australia.
Path towards a more streamlined merger control system: MOFCOM publishes draft rules on merger remediesdownload
MOFCOM has published draft rules on merger remedies.
This article describes some key points about the Realisation Procedure.
On 22 April 2013, the SPC released its annual press release regarding the judicial protection of intellectual property and model cases of 2012.
The opening up of China’s telecommunications industry has failed to match the expectations of foreign investors going into WTO.
Doing business in China, companies frequently have to handle various types of crises, including those caused by mass labour disputes with employees.
US firm Davis Polk & Wardwell has been hit by a $1.4m (£900,000) lawsuit from a legal headhunter demanding unpaid fees for his alleged role in the hire of a two-partner Hong Kong disputes team from Clifford Chance.
It has been anticipated that the EC will look to impose a substantial duty on all Chinese solar products imported into the EU.
Enforceability of English arbitration agreements and a cautionary tale on safe registration in Chinadownload
Decision in the case Beijing Jianlong Heavy Industry Group v Golden Ocean Group Ltd and others  EWHC 1063 (Comm).
SJ Berwin is set to put its potential merger with Asia-Pacific firm King & Wood Mallesons to partners this weekend (8-9 June) for the first partnership-wide discussion on the deal since tie-up talks began.
The GAPP and the SARFT will be merged into a single body, to be known as the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television, or SAPPRFT.