corporate and commercial law

09Jul2014

Legal update: Setting Up A Company In Hong Kong – A Community Effort

In the spirit of supporting startups in Hong Kong, law firm Tanner De Witt attended the Tech Startups & Corporates event at KPMG’s offices yesterday. The event, hosted by KPMG, EastFunding and Invest HK, was opened by Gregory So, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, HKSAR…Read More

25Jun2014

Legal update: Legal Advice For Setting Up A Company In Hong Kong – Startmeup HK sponsorship

Need help setting up a company in Hong Kong? Hong Kong law firm Tanner De Witt is delighted to announce its sponsorship of StartmeupHK’s 2014 Venture Programme Awards. The firm’s Corporate and Commercial practice will be donating in-kind legal services to select winners to help…Read More

19Feb2014

TDW’s Restructuring & Insolvency; Employment; Corporate; and Litigation Practices ranked in prestigious Chambers 2014 Guides

Tanner De Witt’s Restructuring and Insolvency team has been awarded a Tier 1 ranking in the latest Chambers Asia Pacific Guide. Three of our other practice areas were also ranked under APAC: Employment; Corporate/M&A; and Dispute Resolution. Meanwhile, the latter two departments also ranked in…Read More

24Jun2007

Legal update: Is an IP audit worth US$154 Million?

Mention ‘IP audit’ and many managers wonder if their company needs one. Is it really necessary? How much will an audit cost? Will it tie up human and financial resources? What benefits will I gain from it? A recent news article illustrates the importance of…Read More

24Nov2006

How to do business in China

There are various ways for a foreign (including Hong Kong) company or business to set up a presence in mainland China. A basic presence can be established in China though a representative office. However, a representative office may not engage in direct business (profit-making) operations…Read More