Hong Kong Lawyers

09Nov2020

Introducing and Selling Pharmaceutical Products to the Hong Kong Market

With increasing interaction between Hong Kong and China’s healthcare industries, Hong Kong has received support from both the Central Government of China and the Hong Kong Government in promoting its healthcare services within the mainland China market, and in particular within the Greater Bay Area….Read More

23Oct2020

Tanner De Witt shortlisted in six categories in the ALB Hong Kong Law Awards 2020

We are pleased to be recognised by Asian Legal Business for our work across six award categories this year. We have been shortlisted in the following categories (in alphabetical order): Civil Litigation Law Firm of the Year Hong Kong Law Firm of the Year Innovative…Read More

09Oct2020

Change is coming: Administrative fining powers of the Privacy Commissioner

On 20 January 2020, the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau, in collaboration with the Privacy Commissioner of Hong Kong, provided its report on recommended changes to personal data privacy law in Hong Kong. In another in his series looking at the implications of the proposed…Read More

05Oct2020

Veteran insolvency lawyer Anthony “Clem” Hill retires from Tanner De Witt after illustrious career

Anthony “Clem” Hill joined Tanner De Witt as a Consultant in 2007 after a career spanning several decades in Australia and Hong Kong. Prior to joining Tanner De Witt’s Restructuring and Insolvency team, he was Partner at several law firms in Hong Kong and a…Read More

30Sep2020

River Stone discusses the Limited Partnership Fund with Asia Business Law Journal

Corporate and Commercial Partner and Head of China Practice Group River Stone had an interview with Asia Business Law Journal to share his views on the Hong Kong Limited Partnership Fund Ordinance. River highlights the advantage of the bill is its contractual flexibility and simplified…Read More

25Sep2020

Introduction to China Practice Group

Tanner De Witt Corporate and Commercial Partner and Head of China Practice Group River Stone introduces our firm, his practice area, the type of clients he advises and the China Practice Group. The China Practice Group in Tanner De Witt is different from other traditional…Read More

24Sep2020

Kevin Warburton speaks on Global Law Students Association panel

Partner Kevin Warburton spoke to more than 100 students today at an online panel discussion organised by the Global Law Students Association, a wholly-student run organisation with over 1,000 highly ambitious, academically driven and internationally minded student members. The panel that Kevin participated in was…Read More

18Sep2020

Asialaw 2021 rankings announced

Tanner De Witt is delighted to announce Asialaw’s 2021 rankings of domestic law firms which can be found here. All practices and lawyers have maintained their rankings from the previous year. Our 2021 awards are as follows: OutstandingLabour & EmploymentRestructuring and Insolvency Highly RecommendedCorporate and…Read More

09Sep2020

River Stone presents to Shanghai Stock Exchange, Hong Kong Representative Office

Corporate and Commercial Partner and Head of our China Practice Group River Stone hosted a virtual presentation to the Hong Kong Representative Office of the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) on Friday 4 September. During the presentation, River shared his insights on the Limited Partnership Fund…Read More

27Aug2020

Blast from the past

Unearthed from the archives, a vintage GIF from 2004… Sometimes, it is important to look back in order to look forward.

19Aug2020

Press release: Landmark Hong Kong Court of Appeal decision confirms protection for all employees

For media: Download a PDF copy of this press release at this link. In a watershed Court of Appeal decision serving to protect the rights of all Hong Kong employees, the Court has found that the employer GF Capital (Hong Kong) Ltd wrongfully withheld pay…Read More

07Aug2020

What Schrems II means for EU data transfers to Hong Kong

On 25 June 2013, Maximillian Schrems, an Austrian national, applied to the Data Protection Commissioner in Ireland to prohibit Facebook from transferring his personal data to the United States. Seven years later, that application has resulted in a judgement of the European Court of Justice…Read More