Nick Gall

Nick Gall and Lydia Mak contribute the Hong Kong chapter of Litigation: Enforcement of Foreign Judgments published by Lexology Navigator

With cross-border litigation on the rise, recognition and enforcement of judgments rendered by foreign courts takes on increasing significance. Nick Gall and Lydia Mak present a structured guide to the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgements in Hong Kong: https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=9d20f9bb-eb6f-4212-bbcd-f23e89dd1ba2

Gall recommended in the Legal 500 Asia Pacific Guide 2018 for dispute resolution, employment and restructuring and insolvency

Gall has been recommended in the recently published Legal 500 Asia Pacific Guide 2018. The firm was ranked for dispute resolution, employment and for restructuring and insolvency in the Hong Kong chapter. The firm maintained its rank as a Leading Firm in these core practice areas, receiving positive feedback from both clients and peers. Senior Partner Nick Gall was again recognized as a Leading Individual in Hong Kong dispute resolution.

Gall ranked “Outstanding” in Asialaw Profiles 2018

Asialaw have published Asialaw Profiles 2018, The Definitive Guide to Asia-Pacific’s Leading Domestic and Regional Law Firms.In the Hong Kong domestic firm category, Gall was ranked as “Outstanding” in both the Dispute Resolution & Litigation category and in Labour & Employment. The Firm was “Highly Recommended” in the Restructuring and Insolvency category.Nick Gall and Chris Wong were named as Market Leading Lawyers and Andrea Randall was named a Leading Lawyer.

Gall wins National Law Firm of the Year, Hong Kong at the Asialaw Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards 2017

We are delighted to announce that Gall has won National Law Firm of the Year, Hong Kong at the Asialaw Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards 2017. The winners were announced on 28th September, when Asia's leading dispute resolution lawyers gathered at The Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong to celebrate the progress of litigation and dispute resolution in the legal profession. The evening celebrated the foremost leaders in 13 practice areas across 14 jurisdictions around the region.

“Hong Kong courts: pro-arbitration in principle and in practice” – Nick Gall and Ashima Sood contribute the Hong Kong chapter of The Dispute Resolution Global Guide 2017 published by Practical Law

It is well recognised that the pro-arbitration and pro-enforcement approach of Hong Kong courts is the key attribute that underpins Hong Kong's position as an attractive venue for commercial dispute resolution.Due to the rapid economic growth in the markets and a surge in cross-border transactions, arbitration users across the globe are demanding a robust regulatory framework and a judicial climate that is pro-arbitration. Hong Kong has been successful in recognising these demands both in principle as well as in practice.This article considers:The pro-enforcement approach of courts in Hong Kong in the context of the recent judgment in U v A [HCCT 34/2016]. Other important developments in the arbitration regime in Hong Kong.

Nick Gall and Ashima Sood contribute the Hong Kong section of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Recovery & Insolvency 2017 Edition

This article first appeared in the 11th edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Recovery & Insolvency; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London.https://iclg.com/practice-areas/corporate-recovery-and-insolvency/corporate-recovery-and-insolvency-2017/hong-kong