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Addchance Limited v Herojoy Trading Limited  HKCFI 1147
It is well established that the court will grant an injunction to restrain the presentation of a winding-up petition which it considers would be an abuse of court’s process. Deputy High Court Judge Keith Yeung SC (“DHCJ Yeung”) revisited this principle in Addchance Limited v Herojoy Trading Limited where there were two sets of inconsistent accounting documents which respectively prove and disprove the existence of the debt.
On 2 April 2019, Hong Kong becomes the first jurisdiction outside the Mainland where, as a seat of arbitration, parties to arbitral proceedings administered by its arbitral institutions would be able to apply to the Mainland courts for interim measures (including property preservation, evidence preservation and conduct preservation).
We are pleased to announce that the publication of the 2019 editions of legal directories covering Asia Pacific has seen us continue recent rankings success.
We were proud to be the official gold-level global partner of this year’s Inclusion@Lloyd’s Dive In Festival. On 15 November, in conjunction with Community Business, we will be hosting an interactive workshop in our Hong Kong office, led by a diverse pool of speakers, which will be the last Dive In event of this year’s festival.