Gall is co-hosting a webinar on Friday 11th December with Indian law Firm Economic Laws Practice (ELP) exploring key considerations for Indian corporates looking to litigate and arbitrate in Hong Kong.
Kajal Aswani has written an article on how to get a pre-nup in Hong Kong for Expat Living’s annual City Guide magazine. The article explores what pre-nups are, whether they’re legally binding in Hong Kong, whether all couples should consider pre-nups before marriage, and the practical steps for getting a pre-nup.
Andrea Randall was interviewed by RTHK Radio where she explored The Labour Department’s code of practice on work arrangements during typhoons which have left people confused about whether companies can order staff to work from home when a number eight storm signal is issued. The code stipulates that while essential workers have to continue to go to work, everyone else should stay in a safe place. But now that most people are used to working from home, do bosses have the right to order their staff to do so during a typhoon?
Caroline McNally has written part one of a two-part article on British expats divorcing in Hong Kong, for Family Law in Partnership (FLIP). The article examines the key differences to bear in mind when considering divorcing in England and Wales or Hong Kong.
Caroline McNally and Kajal Aswani have written an article on the potential legal implications of having multiple weddings for Sassy Media Group. The article explores things newlyweds should be aware of to ensure everything is in order legally.
Kajal Aswani has been profiled in a Hong Kong Economic Journal article exploring her career as a family lawyer, her involvement in pro bono work and her role as the founder of the South Asian Lawyers Group (SALG).
Chris Wong and Kenix Yuen have been quoted in an article in Economic Digest on winding up. The article touches on points to note on various situations of winding up including compulsory winding-up and voluntary winding-up.
Chantelle Woo has been quoted in article on alternatives taken by courts in Hong Kong during the closure amid the pandemic. The article mentions Gall’s involvement in the first private financial adjudication case in Hong Kong, highlights its process and introduces other alternatives to handle divorce cases such as mediation.
Chris Wong and Kenix Yuen have been quoted in an Economic Digest article on commercial disputes and PPE scams. They explore four case studies on PPE scams and remind SMEs to stay cautious, maintain clear internal communication, and include relevant terms in purchase agreements when ordering PPE.
Kajal Aswani and Chantelle Woo have written an article on cross-border divorce and disputes relating to child custody for Hong Kong Economic Times – TOPick, exploring how the court process works in cross-border divorce cases, how the Hong Kong courts handle divorce cases and child custody disputes, and the key takeaways for parents, especially relating to how to protect their children.