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The Hong Kong White Book 2010 service has now been uploaded to Westlaw.
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For quick access to the Hong Kong Civil Procedure 2010 (Hong Kong White Book) service, please use the following links:
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Last Monday, 1st February, saw Raymond Leung and Annita Mau, General Editor and Contributing Editor [respectively] of the the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook interviewed on RTHK Radio 3’s popular Morning Brew show by Presenter, Phil Whelan.
The following cases from Hong Kong Law Reports & Digest (HKLRD) have been loaded to Westlaw HK:
- Far East Structural Steelwork Engineering Ltd, Re;  1 HKLRD 156, CACV 348/2004, 15-Jun-06
- Au Wai Ming v Kam Tze Ming Alfred;  1 HKLRD 198, CACV 278/2008, 25-Jun-09
- Ai Zhong v Metrofond Ltd;  1 HKLRD 213, HCA 2627/2008, 24-Nov-09
- Secretary for Justice v Wong Hong Leung;  1 HKLRD 226, CAAR 5/2009, 27-Nov-09
- Shui On Credit Co Ltd v Commissioner of Inland Revenue;  1 HKLRD 237, FACV 1/2009, 30-Nov-09
- Mok Charles v Tam Wai Ho;  1 HKLRD 261, CACV 115/2009, 03-Dec-09
- 何可華 訴 海富苑業主立案法團;  1 HKLRD 272, CACV 158/2008, 2009年1月20日
- Ho Ho Wah v Incorporated Owners of Hoi Fu Court;  1 HKLRD 278, CACV 158/2008, 20-Jan-09
- 梁鴻章 訴 張頌偉;  1 HKLRD 286, HCLA 34/2008, 2009年1月20日
- Leung Hung Cheung v Cheung Chung Wai;  1 HKLRD 294, HCLA 34/2008, 20-Jan-09
- Wise Union Industries Ltd v Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corp;  1 HKLRD A1; HCAL 12/2009, HCAL 13/2009, 21-Sep-09
- HKSAR v Chan Kwai Hung;  1 HKLRD A2, HCMA 1108/2008, 15-Oct-09
- HKSAR v Lee Kwok Hung;  1 HKLRD A3, HCMA 494/2009, 05-Aug-09
- HKSAR v Lee Lai Kit Kitty;  1 HKLRD A4, CACC 379/2008, 22-Sep-09
- Bhim Bahadur Rai v Fung Shing Hong Hong Kong;  1 HKLRD A5, HCPI 776/2007, 17-Sep-09
You can access these cases by clicking on the citation and then logging into Westlaw International.
Keswick Chuk, Contributing Editor for the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, speaking live from the event , Enhancement of the Public Understanding of Mediation in Hong Kong, held in Thomson Reuters offices in The Landmark – Hong Kong, comments on his views on the importance of Mediation in Hong Kong
Daniel Hui, a Pupil Barrister attending the event, The Enhancement of the Public Understanding of Mediation in Hong Kong (Part 2), hosted by Sweet & Maxwell, comments on mediation and its role in the dispute resolution process in Hong Kong.
Speaking at the launch of the Hong Kong Mediation Handbook, published by Sweet & Maxwell, at the event ‘Enhancement of the Public Understanding of Mediation in Hong Kong’, Dr Raymond Hai Ming Leung, General Editor of the book and Honourary Governor and Founding President of the Hong Kong Mediation Centre explains the coverage of the book and its importance to Mediation in Hong Kong.