Mr. Ernest Ng, instructed by Michael Li & Co, represented both ListCos (together with Mr. Mike Yeung in respect of Lai Si Enterprises Holding Limited). On 18 October 2022, the Court struck out an action against China Party Time Culture Holdings Limited (Stock Code: 1532) where the Listco was claimed to be an “implied party” […]Read More "%s"
Mr. Ernest Ng, instructed by Tanner de Witt, represented one of the Defendants. This is the latest episode of an effort by the Plaintiffs (claiming to act for the state of Mongolia) taken against the Defendants (notably the Former Prime Minister of Mongolia) in which injunctions were obtained in Hong Kong against the Defendants. The […]Read More "%s"
On 28 October 2022, a few members of Parkside Chambers, ie. Nigel Kat SC, Dexter Leung, Stephanie Hung, Fergus Tam and Cissy Lo, took part in Hong Kong Legal Walk with a walking distance of 8.29km – from Central to Causeway Bay and back to Parkside Chambers within 2 hours and 47 minutes! Please support us in raising […]Read More "%s"
The Court of Appeal so held in Secretary for Justice v Tam Kit I  HKCA 454,  2 HKLRD 310,  3 HKC 652 in which Nigel Kat SC, Paul Wu and Benson Tsoi acted for Ms Tam. In January 2011, the SJ obtained a restraint order against Ms Tam under s.15(1) OSCO. […]Read More "%s"
On 19th October 2022, Frederick Chan and Dexter Leung shared their insights and conducted an in-depth analysis on the topic of “Conducting HKIAC Arbitration Hearings in Chinese – The Nuts and Bolts (I)” at a CPD seminar at Dentons. The topics covered included: Pleading rules on documents (a) to be relied on by a party; […]Read More "%s"