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From a civil litigation and insolvency perspective, we look at the key impacts of the Hong Kong Courts’ recent General Adjournment of Proceedings (GAP) from 7 March 2022 to 11 April 2022 and related governmental closures. Key Takeaways 1. The recent implementation of GAP has resulted in a de facto stay of new actions and proceedings, and adjournment of existing actions, including bankruptcy and winding-up petitions. 2. While monitoring the GAP situation, debtors and creditors…

We are delighted to share the launch of our Litigation Intelligence Tool (LIT), a one-of-a-kind diagnostic tool that enables you to assess your litigation risk and readiness. The threat of litigation is coming into sharp relief for many global organizations, as they manage new and heightened operating risks. These issues have only been accelerated by COVID-19 and related disruptions. Our tool will help analyze your readiness to face the inevitable dispute and quickly identify gaps…

Predictions about the spread of COVID-19 through significant parts of the population and its effects on American life are staggering. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports more than 54,000 confirmed cases in the United States. As countries across the world implement new, extraordinary measures in an attempt to contain the coronavirus, which infects clusters of people (including co-workers), employers face rapidly evolving compliance issues. Employers must provide employees a safe place to…