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Hong Kong | COVID-19 and contractual force majeure: A simple checklist

Whether you're considering a construction claim, worried about receiving one or busy drafting a contract, here's our 10-point, jargon-free checklist on what to do. This note focuses on Hong ...

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Hong Kong courts in lockdown – how technology is helping with dispute resolution in the time of COVID-19

With remote working now the norm across all areas of business, courts and tribunals courts and tribunals have been developing innovative ways to keep the litigation process on track and do...

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No pain, no gain – English court finds that interim payments under a joint venture contract should not be adjusted for cost overruns Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

Construction companies entering into joint venture (JV) contracts should be cautious of entering into agreements where the responsibility for, and timing of cost overruns is not tightly...

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Foreign arbitral institutions allowed to administer foreign-related arbitrations in Shanghai Lin-Gang Pilot Free Trade Zone in 2020 Litigation, Arbitration and Employment Alert

The Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Justice recently released the Administrative Measures for Business Offices Established by Overseas Arbitration Institutions in Lin-Gang Special Area of...

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Back to basics - Hong Kong Court of Appeal queries approach to winding up petitions where arbitration is involved Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

The Hong Kong Court of Appeal has suggested that a previous court decision may have overstepped the mark by suggesting that an arbitration clause in a client agreement should generally take ...

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Mark your calendar: The interim measures arrangement between Mainland China and Hong Kong comes into effect on 1 October 2019 International Arbitration Alert

According to an announcement made on the People's Court Daily, the arrangement concerning mutual assistance in court-ordered interim measures in aid of arbitral proceedings by the courts of ...

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A question of construction - Hong Kong court rules that arbitration clause in head contract was not incorporated into sub-contract Construction and Engineering Alert

The question of whether an arbitration clause has been successfully incorporated into a contract is one that has come before the courts regularly, with different jurisdictions taking...

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Paint it black - bleak picture for Hong Kong decorators slammed for market sharing and price fixing Construction and Engineering Alert

In one of its first major rulings, Hong Kong's Competition Tribunal (the Tribunal) has ruled against 10 decorating contractors for serious anti-competitive conduct as set out in the...

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Liquidated damages on work never completed Government Contracts Alert

The English Court of Appeal recently considered what should happen when a contractor, through its own fault, never delivers any completed work, despite having contracted to do so by a...

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