Stan Cheung and Nick Gall recently wrote an article on “Resolving a Dispute – Initial Considerations” for LexisNexis where they explored key factors and preparation to be taken before commencing litigation. As part of our collaboration with LexisNexis Adriel Wong also wrote a piece on “Substituted Service by Social Media” and Ashima Sood wrote about “International Enforcement of Default Judgements”.
Chantelle Woo explores the maintenance rights of children born out of wedlock where the parentage is to be determined.
We are delighted to announce that Gall has won Firm of the Year, Hong Kong and Chris Wong was awarded Lawyer of the Year, Hong Kong at the Asialaw and Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards 2019.
In the newly published edition of Asialaw Profiles 2020, Gall has been named an Outstanding Firm in Dispute Resolution and Labour & Employment practice areas and Highly Recommended Firm for Restructuring & Insolvency. The Firm is also ranked as a Recommended Firm for Regulatory and a Notable Firm for Private Client practice areas. Gall also received recognition in the sector categories as a Recommended Firm for Technology and Telecommunications and a Notable Firm in Banking and Financial Services.
Chambers Global Practice Guides provide in-house counsel with expert legal commentary on the main practice areas in key jurisdictions around the world.The guides focus on the practical legal issues affecting business and enable the reader to compare legislation and procedure across a range of key jurisdictions.
We are delighted to announce that Gall received the award for “Regulation and Investigations Law Firm of the Year” at The Macallan ALB Hong Kong Law Awards 2019.
Loretta Ho examines the Court’s view on the use of confidential documents and information obtained by ‘self-help’ means. During a relationship, it is common for couples to allow each other to access their confidential documents and information. With modern day technology, these documents are readily accessible if they are stored in the virtual “cloud” storage. The documents are essentially “one click away” from their electronic devices. It also follows that it is easy for a party to access the other party’s communications with third parties, including their legal advisers.