News & Media

23Nov2020

Tanner De Witt seeks Messenger / Office Assistant

Job responsibilities: Responsible for external and internal document delivery Assist in general office chores, including various cleaning and storage related tasks Requirements: Form 3 or above graduate 2 years’ or more of work experience with good work record; office assistant / messenger experience is preferred…Read More

20Nov2020

Tanner De Witt listed as one of ALB’s largest HK domestic firms for 2020

We are delighted to announce that we have been listed as Hong Kong’s 9th largest domestic law firm. This is the first time we have been included in the top 10 portion of the list, a testament to the growth that the firm has had…Read More

20Nov2020

Tanner De Witt supports Dutch Chamber of Commerce China Seminar 2020

Tanner De Witt was pleased to support as Lion Sponsor the 27th Annual China Seminar hosted by the Dutch Chamber of Commerce on Thursday 19 November. This annual highlight on the Dutch Chamber calendar was held at the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club in Causeway…Read More

13Nov2020

Padraig Walsh and Tara Chan give training to HKSTP entrepreneurs

On Thursday 12 November partner Padraig Walsh and solicitor Tara Chan gave a two-hour training session on technology contracts and contracting to more than thirty members of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park’s Incubation Programme. This programme supports the development of young biomedical tech…Read More

12Nov2020

Sunny Hathiramani and Veronica Chan give a presentation to HKICPA Restructuring and Insolvency Faculty members

Restructuring and Insolvency Partner Sunny Hathiramani and Solicitor Veronica Chan were recently invited by the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants Restructuring and Insolvency Faculty (RIF) to give a live webinar on liquidators’ personal liability for costs, litigation funding, and related case law developments….Read More

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

29Oct2020

40th Anniversary of Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

Monday, 25 October 2020 marked the 40th anniversary of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (the Convention). The Convention is given effect in Hong Kong in 1997 by the Child Abduction and Custody Ordinance (Cap. 512) (CACO). The objectives of…Read More

28Oct2020

Tanner De Witt celebrates Dress Pink Day 2020

Tanner De Witt continued its annual tradition of participating in Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s Dress Pink Day by enjoying pink cupcakes, pink bubbly and donning (very) pink outfits! The Insolvency team continued its winning streak with a slew of well-coordinated costumes, while solicitor Tara added…Read More

23Oct2020

Tanner De Witt attends Hong Kong Arbitration Week 2020

Members of Tanner De Witt’s Arbitration team (including Kevin Warburton, Kevin Siu, Sharina Mahtani and Ling Meng) participated in a wide array of debates, lectures and training sessions this week as part of Hong Kong Arbitration Week (as well as the annual pub quiz). It…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

20Oct2020

Radmacher v Granatino, 10 years on: revisiting the landmark case on nuptial agreements

Nuptial agreements have often been met with conflicting views. For the romantics, the idea of entering into a nuptial agreement may suggest planning for an imminent divorce. For the cautious and financially prudent, it can be seen to be a sensible financial and succession planning…Read More

16Oct2020

Change is coming: Direct regulation of data processors

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