What can we learn from the first two competition cases in Hong Kong?

09 September 2019

In an illuminating seminar on recent competition enforcement actions in Hong Kong, DVC’s Richard Leung JP, Connie Lee and Tommy Cheung presented a dynamic discussion centering on two milestone competition cases before 60 members of the Hong Kong Institute of Chartered Secretaries ( HKICS) on 5th September. Delivering strategic insights on the current state of play and the challenges that can sometimes be encountered in this context,  the presentation was geared... Click here to read more

Newly appointed Director of the Financial Dispute Resolution Centre

04 September 2019

DVC is delighted to announce that Richard Leung, JP was appointed a director of the Financial Dispute Resolution Centre on 2nd September 2019. Click here to read more

A discussion centring on new developments underpinning the concept of Modified Universalism

27 August 2019

Set against the backdrop of cross-border insolvency, Look-Chan Ho and Tiffany Chan delivered an insightful contemplation of the concept of modified universalism at a course organised by Lex Ominbus. Braided with a multitude of landmark cases, including Re China Solar Energy Holdings Limited, Re CW Advanced Technologies, and China Medical Technologies Inc v Samson Tsang Tak Yung, the insolvency specialists presented their seminar before a lively audience of about 50... Click here to read more

How is the architecture of Funding and Interim Relief in the context of Litigation and Arbitration changing? Find out from DVC’s Sabrina Ho

26 August 2019

Glean some practical insights into Litigation and Arbitration: Funding and Interim Relief  as DVC's Sabrina Ho covers a myriad of new developments and recent case law pertaining to this topic pitched at an intermediate level at a CPD accredited course run by Lexis-Nexis on 9th October 2019. Please see below and click here to view further details of the upcoming seminar   Click here to read more

DVC’s Eva Leung to speak at a thought leadership event on Tax Law

23 August 2019

DVC's Eva Leung will be speaking at a Lexis-Nexis CPD accredited event on 18th September on Tax Law. Specifically she will be providing a practical guide for dealing with tax related issues  including the activities giving rise to profits tax, the source concept, and deductible expenses. She will also weave in relevant developments in this sector and recent case law.  Please see the flyer below for further details.  To sign up to hear... Click here to read more

Chairman of the Mediation Council, HKIAC

12 August 2019

DVC is delighted to announce that CW Ling has been elected as Chairman of the Mediation Council, HKIAC. The Mediation Council celebrates its 25th anniversary this year: it was set up in 1994 to promote the development and use of mediation as an alternative method of resolving disputes.    Click here to read more

Weekend Singing Competition brings members of the HK Bar Association together

29 July 2019

On Saturday July 27th, members of the Bar Association converged to participate in and support a singing competition organised by the Recreation and Sports Club for HK Professional Bodies.   DVC's Rosa Lee and Michael Ng came first in the group singing contest, with Rosa also coming first in the solo singing competition.  Additional contestants at the annual competition included representatives from the HK Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the HK... Click here to read more

DVC welcomes new joiners

17 July 2019

DVC is delighted to announce that for the 6th consecutive year, all 4 of DVC's 9 month pupils have been offered tenancy. This will take effect on 1st September 2019. DVC's new joiners include: Euchine Ng Euchine graduated with First Class Honours in her BA in Law from the University of Cambridge and as a Senior Scholar of Trinity College for her academic excellence. She further obtained her LLM from... Click here to read more

The Big Freeze - a seminar highlighting recent case law on Pre-emptive Remedies

04 July 2019

DVC's Catrina Lam and Kevin Lau were invited to deliver a seminar on the topic of “Pre-Emptive Remedies” at Robertsons on 21 June 2019. Catrina focused her presentation on injunctions in aid of foreign proceedings and arbitrations, whilst Kevin delved into the salient features associated with pre-action discovery and applications to inspect the court files of related proceedings. Catrina reviewed recent developments in the case law, particularly on the Hong Kong... Click here to read more