CATALOGUE: Hong Kong

 

POPULAR HONG KONG PUBLICATIONS

Hong Kong Basic Law Handbook, 3rd Edition

Hong Kong Basic Law Handbook continues to be the definitive work for anyone interested in understanding the operation of the Basic Law. A number of significant developments in constitutional law have taken place since the publication of the first edition in 2015 and second edition in 2019.

Insights into IFRS

Company Law in Hong Kong: Insolvency, 2022

Company Law in Hong Kong – Insolvency covers major aspects of corporate insolvency law in Hong Kong.

Company Law in Hong Kong: Practice and Procedure, 2022

Company Law in Hong Kong – Practice and Procedure covers the main areas of core company law, including major parts of the Companies Ordinance (Cap.622) (“CO”).

Arbitration in Hong Kong - A Practical Guide, 5th Edition

Arbitration Law in Hong Kong: A Practical Guide is the leading text on Arbitration in the Hong Kong jurisdiction. It includes contributions from the pre-eminent arbitrators in the region and is overseen by Editor-in-Chief, Geoffrey Ma, GBM, QC,SC and General Editor, Denis Brock.

Securities and Futures Ordinance (Cap.571): Commentary & Annotations 2019 Edition

Tort Law and Practice in Hong Kong, 3rd Edition

Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands Company Law, Fourth Edition

The use of offshore vehicles for international financial transactions is flourishing and is becoming more and more popular in the Asia Pacific region. The Fourth Edition of this landmark work Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands Company Law is an indispensable, practical guide to the laws of these important jurisdictions. The downturn in world economies has led to the insolvency and restructuring of many offshore entities bringing a new focus on the insolvency regimes in each jurisdiction with recent reported cases in Bermuda, BVI and the Cayman Islands. This new edition examines these major changes and provides updated analysis, commentary and template forms for a variety of actions as well as extracts of relevant regulations. The side-by-side comparison of these three jurisdictions is particularly useful for onshore practitioners or company secretaries.