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Being next door to mainland China, Hong Kong was one of the first jurisdictions globally to experience the coronavirus outbreak. Leaders of the Hong Kong offices of three law firms look back on their experience so far this year, and also the lessons they learnt along the way.
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International offshore law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman is rebranding the Codan group of companies, an affiliated fiduciary services company, as Conyers Client Services.
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Jones Day has advised Asian real estate fund manager ARA Asset Management on its $1.28 billion buyout, along with a group of investors that were represented by Allen & Gledhill.
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Offshore law firm Conyers Dill & Pearman has advised Qatar Reinsurance (Qatar Re), Qatar Insurance Company’s reinsurance subsidiary, on re-domiciling to Bermuda.
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Skadden on CMA CGM’s $2.4 bln acquisition of NOL, Conyers, Fangda, Lee & Lee and WongPartnership star in amalgamation of CB Medical Holdings and Biosensors International Group for $781 mln, and more in this week's Southeast Asia deals table.
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In the last few decades, the British Virgin Islands has emerged as the world’s largest corporate domicile, with more than one million companies incorporated there since 1984. However, its previous arbitration law, enacted in 1976, was not suited to modern international cross-border arbitration. The passage of the long-anticipated Arbitration Act 2013 looks to correct this imbalance, apart from establishing a new international arbitration centre in the BVI, finds Ranajit Dam