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Abhishek Tripathi, Anura Gupta,Sarthak Advocates & Solicitors, Electric vehicles

Electric vehicles charged up by policy intervention

By Abhishek Tripathi and Anura Gupta, Sarthak Advocates & Solicitors
Zhong Yueping, Merits & Tree Law Offices Pharmaceutical

Pharmaceutical quality responsibilities under the MAH system

By Zhong Yueping, Merits & Tree Law Offices
China legal reform, Forward motion无畏向前 CBLJ AUG 2020

Forward motion

Despite the trials thrown up in 2020, China has never stopped moving forward with legal reforms. Frankie Wang explores areas that have confused some companies, and seeks clarity from the experts

Wang Kun Mei Yu Tiantai Law Firm Company Law

Should directors and senior executives be liable for compensation? 

By Wang Kun and Mei Yu, Tiantai Law Firm

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Election day fireworks

Renowned legal professor Lawrence Douglas discusses the possibility of a constitutional crisis if Donald Trump should lose the US presidential election, but refuse to go

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Harbouring ambitions

With the new limited partnership fund legislation Hong Kong is showing its intent to lure asset managers away from their favoured offshore jurisdictions and anchor them in the city

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The Philippines’ top 100 lawyers

Asia Business Law Journal reveals the Philippines’ top 100 lawyers

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All rise

Advocates and court administrators are navigating the technology and direction of virtual courts like never before, butis enough being done to make these forums smooth and accessible?

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Foreign yet familiar

In an exclusive interview, Canadian Justice Beverley McLachlin talks about her role as an overseas judge in Hong Kong

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Evolving doors

A reluctance to opt for litigation during the pandemic has seen new opportunities for arbitrators and other alternative dispute resolution practitioners