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Publications

2017-03
Moonlighting Is Not an Offence Unless It Undermines the Employer’s Interests, as Clarified in the Stephen Chan Chi-wan Case
2017-02
Donald Tsang’s Conviction Sheds Light on the Offence of Misconduct in Public Office
2017-01
Who is Deceived: Can a Sole Director Deceive his Company?
2016-10
Defending “Insider Dealing”
2016-07
The Soccer Boss Saga: Carson Yeung and Money-laundering (Part IV) – Re-visit on Elements of Money Laundering Contravening Section 25(1) of the Organized and Serious Crimes Ordinance
2016-05
The Court of Final Appeal Adopted a Literal Approach to Interpretation of the Listing Rules in Considering Whether There Was a Conspiracy to Defraud the Listed Company
2016-03
Misuse of High Level Connections Could Amount to Perverting the Course of Justice - As Lew Mon-hung's Conviction Tells Us
2016-02
The Rafael Hui Corruption Saga (Part 4): Does the Offence of Misconduct in Public Office Require Specific Act(s) in favour of the Briber?
2015-12
Hong Kong Courts’ Jurisdiction in Relation to Bribery Offences Involving Foreign Elements
2015-12
Hong Kong Courts' Jurisdiction in Relation to Bribery Offences Involving Foreign Elements
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