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By Mayer Brown JSM
In connection with a petition filed by Zhejian NHU Special Materials Co., Ltd., the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China (MOFCOM) on May 30, 2019...
By Mingli Wu, Hanwen Zhang
This market trends article identifies comprehensive disclosures related to cybersecurity risks, including discussions about the potential reputational, financial, or operational harm resulting from cybersecurity breaches;
By Rod Brown, David Harrison
Mayer Brown partners Rod Brown, based located in Singapore, and David Harrison, located in Vietnam, focus on M&A transactions relating to financial institution groups in Southeast Asia.
By Gabriela Kennedy, Gary Hnath, Amita Kaur, Karen Lee, Michelle Yee, Jing Zhang, Elliot Choi, Scott A. McMurry, Eunice Y.T. Wong
In the US, the majority of disputes involving pharmaceutical patents are resolved through one of two processes – post-grant proceedings at the USPTO, or litigation under the "HatchWaxman Act" in a US District Court.
By Jason Elder, Thomas Kollar
Our four-part multimedia series, "High-Yield Bonds in Asia: What Every Issuer Needs to Know," offers practical insights on high-yield debt for Asia-based issuers seeking to understand important.
By Vincent Law, Raymond Chan
Mayer Brown, on behalf of its gaming clients, successfully resisted an application for specific discovery in K&L Gates v. Navin Kumar Aggarwal and Others [2019] HKCFI 702 ("Decision").
By Duncan Abate
In 2018 the Hong Kong courts determined that it was irrational for the Immigration Department to refuse to grant the same-sex spouse of an expatriate worker arriving in Hong Kong the same right to work in Hong Kong.
By Bill Amos
Brightoil Petroleum (Holdings) Limited is a Hong Kong-listed company engaged in oil trading and marine transportation. Its shares have been suspended from trading on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEX) since October 2017
By Maythawee Sarathai, James Rix
The use of guerrilla tactics in disputes in Thailand has long been a popular topic of discussion amongst regional arbitration practitioners in Southeast Asia...
By Jason Elder, Thomas Kollar
Understanding how debt covenants work and how to navigate them ensures that a high-yield bond is tailored to the needs of both investors and the issuer.
By Tow Lu Lim, Jenny Yu
The new Section 90 of the Insurance Ordinance Cap. 41 ("Ordinance") introduces statutory conduct requirements for licensed insurance agents and insurance brokers.
By Rosita Li, Vivian Or
As are result of the amendments made to the PRC Trade Mark Law that came into effect on 1 May 2014, "non-traditional trade marks" do not just include colour marks and three-dimensional marks but also include sound marks.
By Tow Lu Lim, Jenny Yu
Under the new insurance licensing regime, Section 64G of the Insurance Ordinance Cap.
By Pieter de Ridder
The past few months have witnessed a number of important tax changes, which are included in this edition of the Bulletin.
By Duncan Abate
On 4 April 2019 the Hong Kong government published the long-awaited Occupational Retirement Schemes (Amendment) Bill 2019.
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