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A conversation with Frederick Hui, one ALB Asia's 2024 Super 50 Dispute Lawyers

Asian Legal Business speaks with Frederick Hui, the co-managing partner at Zhong Lun Law Firm and was recognized as one of ALB Asia's Top Dispute Lawyers for 2024. With 19 years of experience in litigation, arbitration, and regulatory law, he is well-regarded for providing exceptional client service and has a proven track record of working with high-profile clients in Hong Kong.

A conversation with Alan Tsui, one ALB Asia's 2024 Super 50 Dispute Lawyers

Alan Tsui Ming Lun, a partner at Jun He Law Offices in Hong Kong, has been recognised as one of the top dispute lawyers in Asia for 2024 by Asian Legal Business. With extensive experience in dispute resolution, bankruptcy, and employment law, Tsui's expertise and dedication have set him apart in the legal industry. His advice to aspiring lawyers is to prioritize building a strong foundation of legal knowledge, honing communication and advocacy skills, and maintaining high ethical standards.

A Conversation with Lucas Nicolet-Serra, one of 2024 ALB Singapore Asia Rising Stars

Lucas Nicolet-Serra, counsel at K&L Gates Straits Law, has been recognised as one of the 2024 Singapore Asia Rising Stars by Asian Legal Business.

A conversation with Nine Yards Chambers LLC, one of 2024 ALB Southeast Asia Law Awards finalists

Nine Yards Chambers LLC has achieved notable recognition as a finalist at the 2024 ALB Southeast Asia Law Awards. Their success is attributed to a strong core team, emphasis on advocacy, and unique approach to nurturing young talent.

Recent Trends and Developments in Indian Corporate Litigation: Implications for Future Cases

In recent years, there has been a notable increase in the use of alternative dispute resolution methods in corporate litigation in India, particularly in cases involving insolvency and bankruptcy.

A Conversation with Allen & Gledhill, one of ALB Asia's Top 15 ESG Law Firms 2024

As ESG issues take a front seat in business decision-making across Asia, law firms play a crucial role advising companies on how to navigate increasingly complex compliance requirements and mitigating emerging risks. As regulatory landscapes around ESG evolve rapidly, ALB recognises Allen & Gledhill, one of the 15 law firms that are delivering outstanding legal counsel in this area.

A Conversation with ARMA Law, one of ALB Asia's Top 15 ESG Law Firms 2024

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As ESG issues take a front seat in business decision-making across Asia, law firms play a crucial role advising companies on how to navigate increasingly complex compliance requirements and mitigating emerging risks. As regulatory landscapes around ESG evolve rapidly, ALB recognises ARMA Law, one of 15 law firms that are delivering outstanding legal counsel in this area.

Third Country Invoicing under FTAs - Has the JNCH mitigated the concerns of Trade and Industry?

This article discusses the impact of the recent Public Notice No. 55/2024 dated 24.06.2024 issued by the Commissioner of Customs, NS-III, JNCH, Nhava Sheva which prescribes guidelines for verification of Country-of-Origin Certificates (“COO”) issued under various Preferential Trade Agreements/Free Trade Agreements (“FTAs”) and involving third-country invoicing transactions. This Public Notice No. 55/2024 was issued superseding an earlier Public Notice No. 33/2024 dated 20.03.2024 on the same issue against which the industry at large had raised concerns.

SEZ Developers and Units - Documentation lacuna in availing the Zero-rated benefit for the supplies under RCM liability

Whether the SEZ Units and developers liable to discharge GST under RCM? The legal answer to this question appears to be unearthed but the practical answer is yet to see light of the day. Let’s deep dive into the background and gradual developments on the subject matter.

Choices Surrounding Personal Data Breach Notification

The Personal Data Protection Act B.E. 2562 (“PDPA”) mandates prompt notification to the authority and/or affected data subjects in the event of a data breach. Despite this requirement, many operators have historically hesitated to report breaches due to fear of potential non-compliance with the PDPA.