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Managing misconceptions: Hong Kong court issues dual warnings over cross-border insolvency
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In a pair of significant judgments issued on the same day, Re China Huiyuan Juice Group Ltd. [2020] HKCFI 2940 and FDG Electric Vehicles Ltd. [2020] HKCFI 2931, the Honorable Mr. Justice...

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Business Restructuring and Insolvency 2020 Year in Review: Key insolvency decisions in HK and PRC
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2020 was a groundbreaking year with significant developments in court-led corporate rescue and the prospect finally of insolvency law reform in Hong Kong. The groundwork was laid for...

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Another first – Hong Kong court grants provisional liquidators permission to seek Mainland recognition

In another groundbreaking decision, the Hong Kong court in Re Ando Credit Ltd [2020] HKCFI 2775, has appointed provisional liquidators over a Hong Kong-incorporated investment manager for...

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Keep well and prosper – Shanghai court validates Hong Kong decision affirming U.S. bondholder claims

In a significant development, the Shanghai Financial Court has announced its ruling in the first case in China involving an application for recognition and enforcement of a Hong Kong court...

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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...

Published Works

COVID-19 and fund secondaries – how should pension schemes position themselves? Investment & Pensions Europe

Partners Ed Harris, Jeremy Pickles, Faye Jarvis and Adam Brown co-wrote an Investment & Pensions Europe article which focusses on how pension funds can best position themselves to take...

Analysis

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...

Analysis

Shifting sands – Trends and opportunities in China bankruptcy law
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The impact of COVID-19 has brought into focus the rapidly evolving nature of insolvency practice in China. In the first of three extracts from a recent conversation, Hogan Lovells partners...

Analysis

Shenzhen pilot – China’s first ever personal bankruptcy rules in the pipeline
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On 2 June 2020, Shenzhen released the draft Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Individual Bankruptcy Regulations (Draft Individual Bankruptcy Regulations) to solicit public comments. The Draft...

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