Veronica Chan and Natalie Lam visit the Po Leung Kuk Residential Children Care Service

Our Restructuring and Insolvency lawyer Veronica Chan and trainee Natalie Lam recently paid a visit to Po Leung Kuk’s Residential Children Care Service in Causeway Bay. This visit was organized by the Community Relations Commitee of The Law Society of Hong Kong, which endeavours to organise visits…Read More


Tanner De Witt acknowledged in PathFinders’ Annual Report for 2016

Local humanitarian services and human rights organisation PathFinders has just released its annual report for 2016. They reported reaching a total of 9,329 vulnerable individuals, most of whom were migrant workers that were pregnant or had just given birth. In 2016, PathFinders reported working with 70…Read More


Legal update: Damages for “injury to feelings” in discrimination cases may be about to increase

In Hong Kong certain types of discrimination are unlawful including:- Sex, pregnancy and marital status discrimination Race discrimination Disability discrimination Family status discrimination In certain situations harassment, vilification and victimization linked to the above are also unlawful. One of the express statutory entitlements to compensation…Read More


Tanner De Witt supports the Hong Kong Blue Tie Ball

Tanner De Witt was pleased to support the Hong Kong Blue Tie Ball on Saturday 2nd September as Gold Sponsor.  Blue Tie Ball’s aim is to raise funds for mental health awareness in Hong Kong, making it the first ball of its kind in the…Read More