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Caroline McNally Writes International Relocation Case Summary for Hong Kong Lawyer

Caroline McNally has written a Case Summary on a recent international relocation case H v W [2021] HKCA 733 for Hong Kong Lawyer magazine. In relocation cases, the paramount consideration is whether the relocation is in the best interests of the child. When considering whether to agree to relocation, parents should be mindful that it is no longer possible to easily shuttle between countries as was the case in pre-pandemic times and there is a real possibility they may be separated from their children for prolonged periods of time.

Gall Announces Latest Round of Promotions

1st June, 2021 – Gall, a leading independent Hong Kong law firm focusing primarily on dispute resolution, announced today the promotions of Felda Yeung from Senior Associate to Of Counsel, and Yandy Lam, Chantelle Woo and Ashima Sood from Associate to Senior Associate. The promotions take place with immediate effect.

Gall Co-Hosts Webinar with the British Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Government recently opened the Covid-19 vaccination programme up to all adults over the age of 16 with the aim of safeguarding public health and helping to allow further easing of restrictions and a gradual return to normal life and activities.The vaccination programme raises important and unprecedented questions for employers, however, in terms of protecting their personnel, workplaces and businesses. Can (or should) an employer require an employee to have a vaccination?Registered Foreign Lawyer Matthew Durham from boutique dispute resolution firm Gall will provide his insights on how employers can approach this sensitive topic so that they are aware of specific legal issues as well as potential concerns individuals may have.

Gall Publishes Hong Kong Employment Law Handbook

The employment team at Gall are pleased to share their new "Hong Kong Employment Law Handbook - Covid-19 Edition" which addresses your most asked queries including those relating to working from home (WFH), working from abroad, unpaid leave and annual leave, redundancies and restructurings, as well as occupational health and safety.

Caroline McNally and Loretta Ho Write Article on Parental Disputes and Child Vaccinations for Hong Kong Lawyer

Executive Partner Caroline McNally and Associate Loretta Ho have written an article for Hong Kong Lawyer’s e-newsletter exploring parental disputes surrounding the Covid-19 vaccine. They explain how the question of whether a child can be vaccinated is a custodial issue and share two recent UK decisions which they conclude are likely to be followed in Hong Kong if parental disagreements over Covid-19 vaccinations arise in similar situations.

Kenix Yuen Quoted in HK01 Article on Email Fraud

Since the pandemic started, we have received a growing number of enquiries about cybercrimes including email scams targeting individuals or corporates in Hong Kong.Our Partner Kenix Yuen recently spoke to HK01 about the common types of cyber scams in Hong Kong and provided some suggestions for how citizens can avoid them.