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Without Prejudice Letter – A Shield As Well As A Sword In Settlement Negotiation

January 04, 2018  |   Posted by :   |   Litigation in Hong Kong Court   |   0 Comments

Without Prejudice Letter in Hong Kong litigation – A Shield As Well As A Sword In Settlement Negotiation Without Prejudice Letter – What is It? The nature and application of without prejudice correspondences are by no means strange to lawyers in common law jurisdictions.  Without prejudice communication is a branch of the law of evidence. […]

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Application of Hong Kong Law Is No Panacea

Application of Hong Kong Law Is No Panacea In the ever increasing commercial intercourses between Hong Kong and the Mainland China, many of the related agreements are governed by Hong Kong law instead of the PRC law, despite that quite a lot of such agreements are largely performed in the Mainland China.  The reasons for this […]

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Apology Ordinance

Many people regard “sorry” as the hardest word to say, yet it has been proven to be effective in helping settle disputes. Yet, overcoming the emotional barrier to utter the word is one thing, and getting around of the legal consequence is another. Fortunately, in Hong Kong, the Apology Bill was enacted on 13 July […]

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Mutual Enforcement of Civil Judgments between Hong Kong and Australia

(Author, Mr. Edward Tai, consultant of our firm. Born and educated in Hong Kong, he is a solicitor admitted in Hong Kong, Australia (NSW & SA) and England & Wales. He started off his legal career by practicing as a commercial litigator in Hong Kong. After that, he went in-house in different roles of counsel, […]

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