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Remember the days when the HKBA wouldn’t put up with this sort of grovelling.. long gone sadly! THE SCMP Victor Dawes says city’s hosting of fourth global conference for International Advocacy Training Council shows trust from attendees in local law profession International event focuses on advocacy training and promotion among common law jurisdictions and brings

Scott Savitt scottsavitt@gmail.com via hermes.gwu.edu    In June 2023, I shared in Pekingnology a book talk by Colin S. C. Hawes, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) and Research Fellow at the Australia China Relations Institute (ACRI) of UTS. Now the paperback The Chinese Corporate Ecosystem [20% discount by October!] has come out and Pekingnology has secured permission

Bloomberg SF Lawyers said to shutter five-attorney firm as soon as this month Law firms are trimming in Hong Kong, closing mainland China offices KPMG reportedly is closing its law firm in Hong Kong, joining the list of those scaling back operations in the city and across China amid the region’s authoritarian shift. SF Lawyers

View this email in your browser NEW INVESTIGATION  Chinese Communist Party-Backed Businessman in Fiji is a Top Australian Criminal Target  Background: The Pacific region has become a key staging ground in the rivalry between China and the West. And the battle for influence isn’t only carried out by state actors. Often, Beijing will use prominent members of