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C v D – Hong Kong court rules on compliance with pre-arbitration procedural requirements

In a recent anonymized judgment, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance held that compliance with an "escalation clause," a procedural requirement for the commencement of...

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Talking Point Asia – "You're on mute!" – top tips for when mediation goes virtual

Mediation has sometimes been described as a bit like marriage counselling. The mediator, like a counsellor, is there to listen to and facilitate discussions between the two parties in an...

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The importance of getting your notices right Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert
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Where notice requirements are clear and unambiguous, those required to give notices should expect them to be strictly enforced.

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Cardinal duty – UK Supreme Court clarifies arbitrators' obligations of impartiality and disclosure

The United Kingdom (UK) Supreme Court has handed down its much-anticipated judgment in Halliburton Company v. Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd [2020] UKSC 48 in respect of...

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Litigation Landscape: managing your COVID-19 risk

Our Litigation Landscape podcast series will explore the risks businesses face due to COVID-19. We look at the legal issues affecting businesses today, and the key risks to be aware of for...

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Does an arbitration agreement protect a debtor from the threat of liquidation?
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In several Commonwealth jurisdictions, the corporate legislation allows creditors to petition a court to order the winding up of a debtor in circumstances where that debtor is unable to pay ...

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Court of Final Appeal extends time for First Media to challenge enforcement orders and judgment

In Astro Nusantara International B.V. and Others v. PT First Media TBK [2018] HKCFA 12; FACV 14/2017 (11 April 2018), Hong Kong's highest court the Court of Final Appeal (CFA) handed down...

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