Jeff Lane co-chairs C5’s Fraud, Asset Tracing & Recovery Asia Conference – 23-24 June 2015, Hong Kong

Hosted at The InterContinental Grand Stanford Hotel, Hong Kong, this conference will cover topics including Innovative Strategies, Novel Tactics and Cutting Edge Recovery Methods in an Era of Global Fraud. Tanner De Witt’s fraud specialist Partner Jeff Lane will co-chair this key annual event, the…Read More


Junior/mid-ranking Corporate/Commercial Solicitor (1-5 years PQE)

THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS. Tanner De Witt is a business law firm based in Hong Kong, which provides legal services to clients worldwide who have business interests in Hong Kong, China and the Asia Pacific Region. We are…Read More


Legal update: Equal Opportunities Commission – Racial Equality and School Uniform

Uniform policies and discrimination With the increasing awareness in racial equality, companies, institutions and organisations should review their existing policies and identify any potential problems which may affect the legitimacy of relevant policies. In particular, uniform policies implemented by schools and organisations have been a…Read More


Legal update: Employment Agency Arrangements and Zero Hours

In 2004 the UK Court of Appeal handed down the decision Patricia Dacas v Brook Street Bureau Limited [2004] EWCA Civ 217 stating that, under the employment agency arrangements an implied contract of employment may exist between the worker and the end user.  The law…Read More


Recent updates from Tanner De Witt

Insolvency and Restructuring In April 2015, Tanner De Witt’s Insolvency & Restructuring team welcomed Veronica Chan on board. Prior to joining Tanner De Witt, Veronica gained experience across a broad range of legal practices including insolvency, matrimonial, and litigation. Tanner De Witt’s Insolvency & Restructuring…Read More


Legal update: Identity theft: how best to handle the situation

What is identity theft? Identity theft is an increasingly common type of fraud involving the assumption of part or all of a pre-existing identity for the purpose of obtaining monetary or other benefits. Identity theft can be committed in a number of different ways, including…Read More