The Chambers and Partners Greater China Region 2023 rankings are announced
Tanner De Witt is delighted once again to be recognised by Chambers & Partners in their inaugural 2023 Greater China Region Guide for each of its main practice areas. Please see full results and editorial commentary below. Corporate/M&A: Independent Hong Kong Firms (Band 2)Full ranking here. Tanner…Read More
The Legal 500 2023 rankings are announced for Asia-Pacific
Tanner De Witt is proud to again be recommended in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific Guide 2023 for employment, restructuring and insolvency, dispute resolution, technology, media, telecommunications (TMT), commercial, corporate and M&A, private client and family. Legal 500’s Hall of Fame includes Partners Ian De Witt and Robin Darton, while Pamela Mak and Russell Bennett are…Read More
Leading Firm – Asset Recovery – Asia Pacific
Tanner De Witt is the only leading Hong Kong law firm listed by Who’s Who Legal (WWL) Asia Pacific – GIR – Asset Recovery 2022! Jeff Lane, Ian De Witt, Robin Darton and Pamela Mak have once again been listed for the 2022 edition with Jeff Lane being the only onshore lawyer listed…Read More
Pamela Mak recommended as a leading Estates, Probate & Succession Litigation Lawyer by Doyle’s Guide 2022
We are pleased to announce that our Partner, Head of Dispute Resolution and Head of China Practice Group at Tanner De Witt, Pamela Mak has been recommended in the 2022 Doyle’s Guide as a “Leading Estates, Probate & Succession Litigation Lawyer” in Hong Kong. This…Read More
Hong Kong Court sets aside ex parte order to enforce Mainland Chinese arbitral award on the grounds of material non-disclosure but re-grants order for enforcement on an inter partes basis
Summary In Lin Chien Hsiung v Lin Hsiu Fen, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (“CFI”): (a) set aside an ex parte order for enforcement of an arbitral award (the “Award”)issued by Shanghai Arbitration Commission ( “SAC”); but (b) subsequently exercised its discretion to…Read More
Has the Administration of the Estate been Unacceptable?
In the recent High Court case Chu Wing Chuen Paul v Chu Oi Yan  HKCFI 804, beneficiaries of the estate contend that the administrator did not act in their interest and failed to provide adequate estate accounts. While there was indeed a delay in…Read More
The Legal 500 2022 rankings are announced for Asia-Pacific
Tanner De Witt is proud to be recommended in The Legal 500 Asia Pacific Guide 2022 for employment, restructuring and insolvency, dispute resolution and technology, media, telecommunications (TMT). Legal 500’s Hall of Fame includes Partners Ian De Witt and Robin Darton and Consultant Kim Boreham, while Pamela Mak and Russell Bennett are recognised as Leading Individuals. Sunny Hathiramani is listed as…Read More
Results of 2022 Chambers Greater China Region Guide announced
Tanner De Witt is delighted once again to be recognised by Chambers & Partners in their inaugural 2022 Greater China Region Guide for each of its main practice areas. Please see full results and editorial commentary below. Corporate/M&A: Independent Hong Kong Firms (Band 2)Full ranking here. What the…Read More
Tanner De Witt joins the Greener Litigation Pledge
We are proud to announce that Tanner De Witt is now a signatory to the Greener Litigation Pledge.
Tanner De Witt sponsors 21st Annual China Foreign Investment & M&A Policy Update Conference in Shanghai
Tanner De Witt is proud to sponsor the 21st Annual China Foreign Investment & M&A Policy Update Conference which took place on Friday 23 September at the Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel in Shanghai. Highlights of the conference: Latest development of China’s new Foreign Investment Law…Read More
Tanner De Witt lauded in China Business Law Awards 2021
We are delighted to announce that we have been included in the China Business Law Awards as one of the top firms for Restructuring and Insolvency, Asset Management and Fintech and blockchain. Please see China Business Law Awards 2021 for more information. China Business Law…Read More
What is a Deed of Guardianship and why is it important?
Members of our Wills, Probate and Trusts team answer some common questions about Deeds of Guardianship and why they are necessary. What is a Deed of Guardianship and how is it different from having guardianship provisions under a will? In the event of both parents…Read More