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SUBJECT INDEX: Tort Law

Tort Law in Hong Kong, Fourth Edition

 
Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong, 3rd Edition

 
Tort Law in China

THE FIRST COMPREHENSIVE COMMENTARY IN ENGLISH ON THE TORT LAW OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

 
Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong, Second Edition, First Supplement

 
Tort Law in Hong Kong, Third Edition

The third edition of Tort Law in Hong Kong continues the aims of previous editions, not only to provide a study text for intending lawyers, but also to provide the most up-to-date and comprehensive resource available for practitioners, academics and judges in the tort law topics under consideration. As with previous editions, the focus is very much on Hong Kong law, holding firm to the belief that the law must be studied and understood in a Hong Kong context, and within the judicial traditions according to which Hong Kong cases are decided and to which lawyers and prospective lawyers must become accustomed.

 
Business Law in Hong Kong, Third Edition

The third edition of Business Law in Hong Kong continues to build on the success of the first two editions proving to be a hugely popular text. It provides an overview of some basic themes relating to law and the legal system in Hong Kong. Individual chapters on subjects such as torts, contracts, company law, the legal systems of Hong Kong and mainland China and e-commerce give readers a sense of the business and social environment in which law operates.

 
Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong, 2nd Edition

Written by leading practitioners and academics, Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong is the authoritative, comprehensive work for Hong Kong practitioners and is cited with approval in judgments. The new edition has been fully revised, capturing over eight years of recent case law, and a chapter on the emerging area of Data Privacy has been added.

 
Tort Law in Hong Kong (Second Edition)

Tort Law in Hong Kong (Second Edition) carries the same emphasis as the first edition throughout the work on the practice and development of the law of torts in the Hong Kong. It is the most recent and leading authoritative work to date on this ever-changing and vitally important subject. The book offers an incisive and pragmatic explication and analysis of the major legal principles, with discussions and commentary of the most recent and important judicial decisions in Hong Kong, the United Kingdom and elsewhere that impact on this subject.

 

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