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Hong Kong government announces long-awaited corporate rescue regime

The Hong Kong government is proposing much-anticipated legislation for the introduction of a corporate rescue procedure and insolvent trading regime. Hong Kong has, for years, struggled to...

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To trace or not to trace? Hong Kong Court reiterates applicable tracing principles for obtaining a proprietary relief in email fraud cases Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

In a recent High Court decision, the court rejected the plaintiff's application for a declaration that the defendant (a first layer recipient) held the total amount of three transfers that...

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Hong Kong Court of Appeal clarifies the proper test for U.S. letters of request Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

The Hong Kong Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal from a Court of First Instance (CFI) judgment setting aside an oral examination order granted pursuant to letters of request issued by...

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Call for consistency – Hong Kong Court delivers double message to insolvency practitioners Business Restructuring and Insolvency Alert

In a pair of recent contrasting judgments, Re Agritrade Resources Ltd [2020] HKCFI 1967 and Re Rare Earth Magnesium Technology Group Holdings Ltd [2020] HKCFI 2260, the Hong Kong Court has...

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Global Accountants’ Liability Update – September 2020

Our global team of securities and professional liability lawyers at Hogan Lovells is uniquely positioned to monitor legal developments across the globe that impact accountants' liability...

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Following due process – English court considers whether proceedings had been properly served Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

The High Court in England and Wales has recently considered whether a company had been correctly served with proceedings in relation to two credit agreements, which allowed the lender to...

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Hong Kong's new limited partnership fund regime comes into operation today Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment and Finance Alert

Following on from our alert on 28 August 2020, today sees the coming into force of the Limited Partnership Fund Ordinance (Cap. 637) (LPFO), heralding a new era for private funds in Hong...

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A closer look - opportunities for foreign investors in China insolvency
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Even before the impact of COVID-19 took its toll, many Chinese companies were in desperate need of debt financing, leading foreign funds to seek out opportunities to invest in China's...

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What's good for the goose – Hong Kong Court revisits iconic insolvency decision Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

In a recent judgment, the Hong Kong Court reiterated the principles outlined in Kam Leung Sui Kwan v. Kam Kwan Lai [2015] 18 HKCFAR 501 (Yung Kee), the case concerning the famous...

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