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17 May 2023 by
The patent eligibility in every jurisdiction differs in content and form. It perhaps finds its justification in the stage of development the country is placed in relation to inventions of new technology or its adoption by the state technology groups.
04 April 2023 by
This guide, which focuses on how foreign corporations can set up a legal presence in the Philippines, was first published in 2015, when our firm celebrated its 70th anniversary, and this most recent update was prepared in connection with our 78th anniversary celebrations.
24 March 2023 by
DeHeng Law Offices (“DeHeng”), one of the largest Chinese law firms with a global presence, recently announced the successful completion of its merger with a local law firm in Hong Kong, as part of its efforts to enhance its service offerings in the Asian financial hub.
03 January 2023 by
As the year draws to a close, JIPYONG’s various practice groups look back at their achievements for the year 2022 and offer their insights for the coming year.
30 June 2022 by
The principles on sustainable bonds (ICMA Bond Principles) formulated by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA) are widely applied in Hong Kong listed bonds, as discussed in our previous articles. External reviews play an important part in green, social and sustainability-lined bonds/loans, and the author will summarize the common types of external reviews here.
06 January 2022 by
The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (“Stock Exchange”) published in December 2021 the conclusions to its consultation paper of April 2021 titled “Review of Corporate Governance Code and Related Listing Rules” , with an aim to enhance the corporate governance practices and reporting by listed companies.
04 January 2022 by
In our earlier publication “COVID-19 heightened corruption risks – A Hong Kong guide” , we forewarned that COVID-19 and the challenges it posed to enforcement authorities, organizations and their workforce would allow corruption to thrive.
13 September 2021 by
In our earlier publication “A sign of things to come: Hong Kong competition enforcement developments and trends”, we reported on the Competition Tribunal (the “Tribunal”)’s imposition of pecuniary penalties totaling HK$3.97 million on 10 contractors who breached the first conduct rule by participating in a market-sharing and price-fixing arrangement in relation to decoration work in a public housing estate.
10 August 2021 by
Focusing on improving people’s daily life experience makes “future communities” humanistic. For example, it will innovate the community fitness program, which has scientific configuration of sports facilities such as smart running trails, shared fitness cabins and virtual fitness equipment.
13 April 2021 by
R. Govin at Gurbani & Co. shares the firm's success at delivering client service excellence with asialaw