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Hong Kong High Court Stays Litigation in Favor of Arbitration

On 27 November 2017, the High Court of Hong Kong issued a judgment in which it again demonstrated its willingness to uphold an arbitration agreement, despite arguments that the arbitration agreement had been superseded by a...more

Hong Kong Securities Laws Violations: SFC’s Case Against Moody’s – Part 3

On June 8, 2017, the Hong Kong "Court" of Appeal handed down a "Judgment" dismissing an appeal brought by Moody’s challenging a determination (Determination) by the Securities and Futures Appeals Tribunal (“Tribunal”). This...more

Hong Kong Email Wire Fraud Epidemic - How to retrieve funds and prevent wire fraud

Over the Lunar New Year period, we observed a spate of email wire frauds (or ‘business email scams’) which involve funds being wired internationally to bank accounts in Hong Kong. The amounts transferred vary from a few...more

2/28/2017  /  Banking Sector , Hong Kong , Wire Fraud

Hong Kong Email Wire Fraud Epidemic - How to retrieve funds and prevent wire fraud

Over the Lunar New Year period, we observed a spate of email wire frauds (or ‘business email scams’) which involve funds being wired internationally to bank accounts in Hong Kong. The amounts transferred vary from a few...more

Important Hong Kong Decision Broadens Scope of Disclosure for SFC in Disqualification Proceedings

In December 2016, the High Court of Hong Kong ordered the Securities and Futures Commission (“SFC”) to disclose all relevant materials obtained in its investigations to respondents in disqualification proceedings. The Court...more

Hong Kong and Overseas Businesses Defrauded of over HK$1.8 billion (US$231m) in 2016

Email wire fraud scammers continue to target local and international businesses with victims suffering millions of dollars of lost funds wired to Hong Kong bank accounts. In December 2016, the Hong Kong Legislative...more

12/20/2016  /  Email , Fraud , Hong Kong , Wire Fraud

Hong Kong - The Gold Standard of International Arbitration in Asia

According to the 2015 International Arbitration Survey conducted by Queen Mary University of London, Hong Kong is the third most preferred seat of international commercial arbitration in the world, behind only Paris and...more

Philip Morris Asia Limited (Hong Kong) v. The Commonwealth of Australia: Permanent Court of Arbitration Tribunal Publishes...

The Permanent Court of Arbitration (“PCA”) has just released the full award of the Tribunal in Philip Morris Asia Limited (Hong Kong) v. The Commonwealth of Australia, which was rendered in late 2015. We previously published...more

Recognition and enforcement of a Mainland judgment in Hong Kong: First reported decision

Significance of the Decision - The Mainland Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Ordinance (“Mainland Judgments Ordinance”) allows recognition and enforcement of Mainland money judgments in Hong Kong by way of...more

Permanent Court of Arbitration Tribunal declines jurisdiction to hear Philip Morris’ challenge to Australia’s plain packaging laws...

News has just emerged that the Permanent Court of Arbitration (“PCA”) declined jurisdiction in a unanimous decision to hear the merits of Philip Morris’ expropriation claim against the Commonwealth of Australia. Philip...more

Third party arbitration funding gets support in Hong Kong

The Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong recently published a Consultation Paper recommending that the Arbitration Ordinance should be amended to expressly permit third party arbitration funding along with appropriate ethical...more

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