The team at Gall have once again collaborated with ELP India and in this joint podcast Partner Kajal Aswani moderates as our Senior Associate Ashima Sood explores wire fraud, the process of recovery and tips for preventing fraud, whilst ELP’s Shailesh Poria explores the potential benefits of summary judgments in India. Listen to the podcast
Gall has collaborated with Singapore law firm Eugene Thuraisingam LLP on a joint article on fraud. Partner Kenix Yuen and Senior Associate Ashima Sood explore the dramatic increase in wire fraud globally and share a Hong Kong perspective on the types of scams, key steps to take if you have become a victim of fraud,
Partner Kenix Yuen has been featured in a Viu TV Programme on cryptocurrency scams. Kenix mentioned there is a significant growth in crypto scam cases over the past year, with the amount involved ranging from a few hundred thousand to a few million HKD. Many such cases involve fake crypto investment schemes. A lack of
Kenix Yuen has been quoted extensively in an HKET article on online fraud. Kenix shared scenarios to be aware of regrading crypto scams and provided recommendations on how individuals and companies can protect themselves before trading cryptocurrencies.
There has been a dramatic increase in wire fraud scams globally. Here is a simple, practical guide on how to recover lost funds diverted to HK and some tips on how to prevent wire fraud.
Wire fraud, including email, scams have been on the rise recently. Fraudsters are getting craftier in adopting new and emerging deceitful tactics. Businesses and individuals are increasingly falling for fraudulent emails and calls and as a result struggle to find effective and workable measures to protect and recover their misappropriated funds.
Incidents of fraud continue to rise across the globe – how can you best equip and protect yourself or your company? Understanding the role of asset tracing, as well as different tracing methods and procedures, is crucial in a broader financial investigation.
Wolters Kluwer invites Kenix Yuen from dispute resolution law firm Gall, Akanksha Sagar and Tavish MacLean from Perun Consultants to explore: What is asset tracing? How to “Follow the Money”...
Evelyn Chan and Yandy Lam have contributed the Hong Kong Chapter for Lexology’s Enforcement of Judgements 2022. Representing jurisdictions worldwide, this new volume in the Getting The Deal Through series offers expert analysis of the key issues relating to the enforcement of foreign judgments. Topics covered include: treaties, regulations and conventions, limitation periods, types of enforceable order, competent courts, defences, judicial requirements and procedures, significance of the enforcing jurisdiction’s public policy to the enforcement of foreign judgments, awards and enforcement process.
Gall recently obtained a proprietary injunction in Hong Kong for its clients, Ms Zhao Long and a British Virgin Islands (“BVI”) company Endushantum Investments Co., Ltd. (“Endushantum”) in a complex cross-border dispute involving the shareholdings in Lunan Pharmaceutical Group Corporation (“Lunan”), a significant PRC pharmaceutical company, and other group companies (collectively, the “PRC Shares”).
Gall recently obtained a proprietary injunction over misappropriated crypto tokens on an urgent basis to prevent the dissipation of funds. In addition to the proprietary injunction, Gall also obtained a Mareva injunction against the Defendant’s cryptocurrency wallet by identifying the wallet address.