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Data collection and early case assessment for investigations
Data collection and analysis for investigations is very different to collection for discovery or review. This article discusses the differences; how Early Case Assessment (ECA) can assist and the benefits of using review technology ...
The rooster is on the run
The pursuit of happiness has been an inalienable right, at least in the United States, since July 4, 1776 when it originated as an “unalienable” right in the Declaration of Independence ...
Spotlight on eDiscovery
Many people are still confused about what electronic discovery encompasses ...
Regulation of Virtual Asset Service Providers in the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands and Bermuda
There is no specific regulation on the sale of virtual assets and virtual asset services in or from within the British Virgin Islands (BVI). On July 13, 2020 ...
Are you ready for the global tax reform?
A brief discussion on how MNCs should respond to the OECD’s new measures relating to Automatic Exchange of Information and Transfer Pricing issues
Will we see the end of Keywords in eDiscovery?
With the advances in Technology Assisted Review (TAR), it raises questions as to whether keywords still have a place in eDiscovery ...
Hong Kong Related News
Sanctions and Investigations Q&A
Asian-mena Counsel sought wise counsel on the key issues in these risk-heavy areas from those with expertise at leading International law firm Baker McKenzie, and two thought-leading GC’s ...
Mediation in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has been trying for over a decade to grow the commercial space’s appetite for mediation as an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) mechanism to resolving commercial disputes ...
Webcast: Employment Law Update: Covid recovery planning and future workplace planning for Asia employers
On 23rd July 2020, the In-House Community partnered with Seyfarth*, for an exclusive and timely webinar addressing Covid-19 recovery planning and future workplace planning for Asia employers ...
In-house recruitment trends
Camilla Worthington and Chris Chu of Lewis Sanders discuss how Covid-19 has affected hiring in Hong Kong ...
Antitrust Enforcement Review 2019: Monopoly investigations
China’s competition authority has acquired the competence and courage to investigate some of the most complicated and new types of monopoly behaviours ...
HKIAC: 'Hong Kong remains a neutral and effective seat of arbitration'
"Despite recent challenges, users can remain confident in Hong Kong as a seat of arbitration" ...
Structural Reform, Going Digital and COVID-19
By Dr James Ding, Commissioner, Inclusive Dispute Avoidance and Resolution Office, Department of Justice, Hong Kong SAR, and Chair, Economic Committee, Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation
Hong Kong: COVID-19 Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) Scheme
The ODR Scheme aims to provide speedy and cost-effective means to resolve disputes ...
Covid-19 – Next steps for employers
April 2020 marks a new phase for employers in Hong Kong due to the coronavirus.
Computer Forensics and the Rise of the Drone
With more people being confined to their homes in different parts of the globe, hobbyists will be finding new uses for their drones ...
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