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The global pandemic has rapidly sped up technology adoption across even typically conservative industries and users, and the disputes hearing process is no exception. While for some, this has created a steep learning curve, cost efficiencies and time saved, are among the payoffs that ensure digital disputes are likely here to stay. 
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Hong Kong boutique Gall has strengthened its family and matrimonial practice with the addition of Kajal Aswani as a partner from fellow local firm Robertsons.
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Hong Kong disputes boutique Gall recently hired two partners: Evelyn Chan and Nick Dealy, from local firm Wilkinson & Grist and Swiss bank UBS, respectively.
By ALB
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ALB’s Firms To Watch 2015 list celebrates 10 law firms that may be small in size but are certainly big in potential. The list has been compiled taking into account submissions from the firms themselves, along with market feedback and ALB’s own insight into Asia’s legal industry.
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U.S. boutique litigation firm Kobre & Kim has strengthened its Hong Kong office with the hire of dispute resolution partner Randall Arthur from Gall.
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Hong Kong-based dispute resolution firm Gall has promoted the head of its matrimonial practice Caroline McNally, and Chris Wong, who heads the firm’s China corporate dispute practice, to partner.
By ALB
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The firm formerly known as Gall & Lane will now be known simply as Gall, after the retirement of name partner Jeff Lane from the firm's partnership and internal re-organisation.