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Today marks 30 years since the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), a treaty recognising the unique and inherent vulnerability of children and their need for protection. It is the most widely ratified human rights treaty which…Read More
While the 32nd Annual LAWASIA Conference has come and gone, we are still catching up with the new connections we have made and reading updates of the same: 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 From what we observed the conference was seen as a great success by all attendees. Over…Read More
Insolvency and Restructuring Partner Ian De Witt recently paid a visit to the City of Light to attend the 15th International Insolvency & Restructuring Symposium. He was the sole delegate from Hong Kong. Held at the InterContinental Paris le Grand Paris, the Symposium was co-hosted…Read More
Legal update: Can an employer be liable for disability discrimination without knowing the disability suffered by an employee?
It is not uncommon for the personal health situation of an employee to adversely affect his or her work performance. When this happens, however, the underlying reason may not always be immediately apparent or known to the employer. Despite this, the employer may have taken…Read More
Fraud and Asset Tracing Partner Jeff Lane was in London earlier this month to attend the OffshoreAlert 2019 Europe Conference. Held at the Leonardo Royal London St Paul’s, the conference gathered more than 250 investigators, providers, and buyers of high-value, cross-border financial products and services,…Read More