31Jul2017

Jeff Lane and Ian De Witt featured in Who’s Who Asset Recovery Guide 2017

Tanner De Witt Partner Jeff Lane was recently selected to participate in a round table feature in Who’s Who Legal: Asset Recovery 2017 alongside three other leading experts to discuss legal developments and concerns observed across the global community of lawyers who specialise in asset…Read More

28Jul2017

Asialaw: Third-party funding in arbitration now permitted in Hong Kong

Article from Karry Lai, Editor, Asialaw Like it or not, arbitration can be expensive. Third-party funding arrangements offer a possible solution. Hong Kong has just passed the Arbitration and Mediation Legislation (Third Party Funding) (Amendment) Bill 2016 on 14 June, allowing the method to gain…Read More

24Jul2017

Q&A with Ken Ng – Employment Lawyer

Ken joined Tanner De Witt in December 2014 after obtaining a JD and Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from City University of Hong Kong. He qualified as a solicitor in 2013. Ken currently assists our Employment practice. Why did you choose to become a lawyer? My first…Read More

18Jul2017

Hong Kong Business ranks Tanner De Witt 6th largest local law firm

Hong Kong Business, Hong Kong’s only English-language business monthly dedicated to Hong Kong and China, has included Tanner De Witt in its 2016 rankings for Top 25 Largest Law Firms in Hong Kong. The rankings were based on how many legal professionals each firm has….Read More

13Jul2017

Legal update: Proposed Amendments to Hong Kong’s Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing Regulations

The Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorist Financing (Financial Institutions) (Amendment) Bill 2017 (“the Bill”) was introduced into the Legislative Council (“LegCo”) on 28 June 2017. The Bill seeks to make enforceable against designated non-financial businesses and professions (including solicitors, foreign lawyers, accountants, estate agents and trust…Read More