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Cryo-currency? Hong Kong Court grants freezing injunction over bitcoins Litigation, Arbitration and Employment Alert

A Hong Kong court has granted an injunction freezing the assets of a French cryptocurrency trader in a dispute over what happened to bitcoins held in an insolvent trading platform.

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Data class actions guide

Does your processing of personal data fall within the scope of the GDPR? Are you ready to defend potential data-related litigation – in particular, data class actions?

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Fracking fracas - English Court of Appeal gives guidance on injunctions against persons unknown Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

When can the courts issue injunctions against people who cannot be identified but who they suspect may be intending to engage in a wrong?

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Courts in England and Hong Kong order immediate prison sentence and restate serious consequences of disobeying disclosure orders Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment Alert

In recent weeks, courts in England and Hong Kong have taken the opportunity to set out the serious consequences that follow from deliberately breaching disclosure orders made in the context ...

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Up, up, and...not away - English High Court faults SPA target in the aerospace industry for inadequate financial projections Government Contracts Alert

The English High Court, in Triumph Controls UK Ltd v. Primus International Holding Co [2019] EWHC 565 (TCC), has found that proper and accurate financial projections by the sellers would...

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Unlawful team lifts: the English Court of Appeal backs the High Court's decision to spring into action

The Court of Appeal has upheld a "springboard" injunction (albeit reduced in scope) in the latest case to deal with the issue of unlawful "team lifts". The case provides useful appellate...

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Antitrust spotlight on HR practices in Hong Kong

Since the entry into force of the Competition Ordinance (Ordinance) in December 2015, the Hong Kong Competition Commission (Commission) reports having encountered many practices relating to ...

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Tribunal forces Hong Kong Competition Commission to disclose more documents in first competition lawsuit

On 14 March 2018, the Competition Tribunal ("Tribunal") handed down its latest decision in Hong Kong's first "bid-rigging" proceedings under its new comprehensive competition regime, in...

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