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PCPD Hosts International Conference Of Data Protection And Privacy Commissioners
On September 28, the PCPD issued a statement regarding the 39th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners ("ICDPPC").
Hong Kong
8 Dec 2017
2
PCPD Completes Compliance Check Of University After Screenshots Of CCTV Footage Were Leaked To The Press
On September 20, the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data ("PCPD") released a statement regarding the PCPD compliance check of a university.
Hong Kong
8 Dec 2017
3
New SFC Regulatory Requirements To Reduce And Mitigate Hacking Risks
Hacking is increasingly sophiscated, and orchestrated by crime syndicates and money launderers.
Hong Kong
5 Dec 2017
4
Asia Employment Law: Quarterly Review - 2017 Q3
Asia's legal and human resources advisors are often required to function across multiple jurisdictions. Staying on top of employment-related legal developments is important but can be challenging
Hong Kong
29 Nov 2017
5
Common Reporting Standard: What Late Adopters Can Learn From Early Adopters (Part 2)
Common Reporting Standards' (CRS) early adopters clearly demonstrate that compliance with the implementation comes with challenges.
Hong Kong
21 Nov 2017
6
At The Mercy Of Creditors: Liability Of Co-Owners In Hong Kong's Multi-Storey Buildings
On 24 October 2017, Hong Kong's Court of First Instance handed down its judgment in Wong Tak Man Stephen and Osman Mohammed Arab, The Joint and Several Liquidators of the Incorporated Owners...
Hong Kong
17 Nov 2017
7
Hong Kong's New Apology Law And Its Implications For Financial Institutions
Under the new Apology Ordinance, the evidence of an apology is not admissible in any judicial, arbitral, administrative, disciplinary and regulatory proceedings for determining fault or liability.
Hong Kong
16 Nov 2017
8
What Does It Mean To Say Sorry? Hong Kong's Apology Law
Following the passing of the Apology Bill on 13 July this year, Hong Kong has become the first jurisdiction in Asia to enact apology legislation.
Hong Kong
16 Nov 2017
9
Commission Brings Case Against Construction And Engineering Companies Alleging Price-Fixing, Market-Sharing; Issues Limited Block Exemption For Container Shipping Lines
In August, the Hong Kong Competition Commission brought proceedings in the Competition Tribunal seeking penalties against ten construction and engineering companies.
Hong Kong
13 Nov 2017
10
HKEX Proposes Listing Rules Changes On Independent Non-Executive Directors And Others
The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the "Exchange") recently published two consultation papers proposing changes to:
Hong Kong
10 Nov 2017
11
Bypassing Legend
In a first in Hong Kong, the Companies Court has recently sanctioned a creditors' scheme of arrangement proposed by a Bermuda-incorporated...
Hong Kong
9 Nov 2017
12
Court Upholds Labour Tribunal's Finding Of Independent Contractor Arrangement
In Lee Wai Kei Wicky (李伟基) v. World Family Ltd. (寰宇家庭有限公司) [2017] HKEC 2109 English Judgment...
Hong Kong
8 Nov 2017
13
Key Provisions Of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC)
This is a ready reference for certain important provisions of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) opted by parties.
Hong Kong
6 Nov 2017
14
Hong Kong Set To Change Tax Policies In 2018
In her first policy address, Mrs. Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR, set out her proposed tax changes for Hong Kong.
Hong Kong
6 Nov 2017
15
Government Announces Extra Litigation Funding For Competition Commission
The Hong Kong Government has announced that it will provide extra dedicated funding of HKD 200 million (approximately US 25 million)...
Hong Kong
1 Nov 2017
16
Employee Who Affirms Employer's Breach Cannot Claim Constructive Dismissal
The Court of First Instance in Chen Xiang(陈翔)v. China Daye Non-Ferrous Metals Mining Limited (中国大冶有色金属矿业有限公司)...
Hong Kong
1 Nov 2017
17
Listing Policy Panel
The LPP will be constituted by memorandum of understanding arrangements between the SFC and the Stock Exchange and will serve as a focal point for new policy proposals.
Hong Kong
31 Oct 2017
18
Joint Consultation Conclusions On Proposed Enhancements To The Stock Exchange's Decision-Making And Governance Structure For Listing Regulation
Following our article published in the July 2016 edition of the Governance & Securities Law Focus in connection with the joint consultation launched on 17 June 2016 by the "SFC" and....
Hong Kong
31 Oct 2017
19
Limitation Of Liability In Hong Kong: Breaking News, October 2017
On 4 December 2017, Hong Kong will apply the International Maritime Organisation's latest amendment to the limits of liability under the 1996 Protocol to the Convention on Limitation of Liability...
Hong Kong
30 Oct 2017
20
Hong Kong And Singapore Agree To Cooperate On Fintech
Innovative financial technology businesses in Hong Kong or Singapore are set to benefit from a new cooperation agreement that will help them expand their operations into the other jurisdiction.
Hong Kong
30 Oct 2017
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