28Sep2018

Asialaw 2019 rankings announced

Tanner De Witt is delighted to announce Asialaw’s 2019 rankings of domestic law firms which can be found here. Each firm ranking is divided into the following categories: Outstanding; Highly recommended; Recommended; and Notable. All of our firm rankings, as in previous years, are ‘Highly recommended’…Read More

26Sep2018

Legal update: Mainland Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Ordinance (Highlights)

Background Previous situation Enforcement of foreign judgments in Hong Kong is ordinarily governed by the Foreign Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Ordinance. Following the handover in 1997 however, China is no longer considered a foreign country by Hong Kong, therefore this ordinance is no longer applicable when…Read More

20Sep2018

Legal update: Same sex spouses to receive dependant visas after policy reversal by Immigration Department

In its judgment handed down on 4 July 2018 the Court of Final Appeal upheld the Court of Appeal’s decision that the Director of Immigration’s exclusion of same-sex married or otherwise formalised couples from the dependant visa policy was unlawful. Effective 19 September 2018, the…Read More

18Sep2018

Pádraig Walsh to speak at HKU on Blockchain and Financial Institutions

We are delighted to announce that Corporate Commercial Partner Pádraig Walsh will be speaking at The University of Hong Kong’s Asian Institute of International Financial Law (AIIFL) on Friday 21 September. The topic of the talk will be Blockchain and Financial Institutions – Pandora’s Box or…Read More

17Sep2018

Tanner De Witt lauded by Who’s Who Legal 2018

Tanner De Witt has been named by Who’s Who Legal as a Leading Firm for asset recovery in Asia-Pacific – the only firm in the region to receive this accolade. In addition, the list of leading practitioners for asset recovery in Hong Kong included four…Read More