We are delighted to announce that Executive Partner Chris Wong received the award for “Outstanding Practitioner – Hong Kong” at the Asialaw Regional Awards 2019.
Caroline was one of the speakers participating in the joint AIJA-UIA session on International Divorce – Protecting Business Wealth in Litigation. This session was a comparative analysis of civil and common law perspectives with speakers from the jurisdictions of Hong Kong, England & Wales, Macau, Italy and France.
The ICLG to: Corporate Recovery & Insolvency covers common issues in corporate recovery and insolvency – including issues that arise when a company is in financial difficulties, restructuring options, insolvency procedures, tax, employees, cross-border issues, groups and reform – in 31 jurisdictions.
Gall has been ranked a Top Tier Firm in this year’s Benchmark Litigation Asia-Pacific 2019 survey.
Nick Gall has been named a Leading Lawyer in The Doyle's Guide to Leading White Collar Crime, Corporate Crime & Regulatory Investigations Lawyer Rankings - Hong Kong, 2019.
Caroline McNally has been named a “Preeminent” lawyer in The Doyles Guide to Leading Hong Kong Family & Divorce Lawyers 2019. Gall’s Family and Divorce Practice is also highly ranked in the list of Leading Firms.
We are delighted to have won Dispute Resolution Firm of the Year at this year's Asia Legal Awards 2019.
Gall is proud to be a sponsor at this year’s Asia Pacific Regional Forum Biennial Conference presented by the IBA Asia Pacific Regional Forum. Partners Evelyn Chan and Nick Dealy are attending the conference in Tokyo.
Gall is a proud long-term sponsor of The University of Hong Kong Law Faculty’s Advocacy and Mooting Society (“AMS”). AMS is a non-profit-making student-run organisation. Since its establishment in 2002, AMS is dedicated to developing advocacy skills and promoting mooting among law students.
This article considers the pro-arbitration approach of courts in Hong Kong in the context of two recent cases. It also considers other significant initiatives and developments in the arbitration regime concerning third party funding, consolidation, and costs of arbitrations.