Commercial Litigation

Gall Ranked in Chambers Greater China 2023 Guide

Chambers Greater China has published its 2023 guide and Gall is ranked as a Leading Firm for Dispute Resolution (Band 4) and Family/Matrimonial (Band 2). Chris Wong, Caroline McNally and Kajal Aswani are all recognised as Ranked Lawyers.  Dispute Resolution What the firm is known for Local firm Gall is well known and respected for

Gall Recognised in Legal 500 Asia Pacific’s 2023 Directory

Legal 500 has published its Asia Pacific 2023 guide and Gall is ranked as a Leading Firm for Litigation (Band 4), Labour & Employment (Band 4), Restructuring & Insolvency (Band 5) and Private Client & Family (Band 3).  Litigation Summary and Testimonials ‘Small but very strong’ conflict-free specialist litigation boutique Gall‘s ‘well organised and effective team of

Gall Announces New Litigation Associate Hire

Gall, a leading independent Hong Kong law firm focusing primarily on dispute resolution, announced today that Jack So has joined the firm as a Litigation Associate. Jack’s practice is broad and covers commercial litigation, arbitration, shareholder disputes, fraud and employment disputes. He qualified as a Solicitor in the Hong Kong S.A.R in 2019. See Jack’s full

BritCham Webinar: Hong Kong Court Judgments on Financial Mis-selling Claims

Financial mis-selling became a hot topic after the Lehman Minibond crisis in 2008 and made its way to the SFC “watchlist”.  Regulators have made multiple efforts to combat such conduct.  However, what are the chances of getting your money back? In this webinar, Partner Kenix Yuen and Associate Adrian Li from dispute resolution firm Gall will

A Guide to Dispute Resolution Clauses – Hong Kong Overview

Dispute resolution clauses could have profound implications when a dispute arises. Parties are encouraged to consult lawyers specialised in commercial litigation and dispute resolution at an early stage regarding the implication of the particular dispute resolution clause (or the absence of the same) in their contract out of which the dispute arises, which is at the heart of the design of the overall strategy for a swift and effective dispute resolution process.

A Short Guide to Civil Litigation Procedure in Hong Kong: Q&A

When a dispute over rights and obligations between two parties arises, the parties may commence a civil litigation. At the end of litigation, the Court will determine whether and to what extent a party's rights have been infringed, and the appropriate remedy or compensation that party is entitled to.Commencing civil litigation may not be as straightforward as one would think though, and the road from commencement to judgment can be long and complicated. In this Q&A, partner Evelyn Chan and Trainee Solicitor Adriel Wong provide a general overview of Hong Kong's civil litigation process so prospective litigants can be more informed before commencing proceedings.