Author: Sarah E Hilmer
The objective of Mediation Theory and Practice in Hong Kong is firstly to provide suffcient mediation theory, and secondly to use the theory in context of local Hong Kong mediation practice.
The fifth edition of Hong Kong District Court Practice brings together the complex text of the District Court Ordinance (Cap 336), the Rules of the District Court and Practice Directions relevant to the District Court. Commentaries include section-by section annotations dealing with the meaning and application of the statutory provisions, drawing on case law from Hong Kong, England and the Commonwealth.
Authors: Jacky Yeung, Emily Yu, Victor Lui, Griffith Cheng, Tien Kei Rui, Micky Yip, Oscar Tan
This Criminal Law & Procedure Handbook aims to make available, in a convenient and up-to-date form, the consolidated text of the Crimes Ordinance (Cap 200), Criminal Procedure Ordinance (Cap 221), Dangerous Drugs Ordinance (Cap 134), Juvenile Offenders Ordinance (Cap 226), Summary Offences Ordinance (Cap 228) and an extract of relevant sections from the Magistrates Ordinance (Cap 227).
Authors: Ronald Yu
This book will be an invaluable source of information for businesses, legal advisers, media, broadcasting agencies, students, and anyone interested in the evolving role of IP and competitive advantage.
Authors: Andrew Mak
The Butterworths Hong Kong Building Law Handbook is published to reflect the changes made under the Buildings (Amendment) Ordinance 2011 and Buildings Legislation (Amendment) Ordinance 2012.
Author Douglas Clark
This work will be a go-to tool for practitioners, academics, students and others interested in Hong Kong intellectual property law and issues.
Authors: P.Y. Lo, Elliot Fung
Butterworths Hong Kong Family Law Handbook (Fourth Edition) delves into twelve main Ordinances relevant to family law in Hong Kong.
Author: Steven Gallagher
The Law of Unjust Enrichment in Hong Kong - Second Edition discusses practical application of the doctrine of unjust enrichment, and explains its theoretical basis and possible development.
Author: Monica Chan
The second edition incorporates the relevant provisions stipulated in the Hong Kong Companies Ordinance (Cap 622). This book provides a general overview, with a focal point to company law and shareholders’ rights using Hong Kong as the context.
Author: Kirsteen J Lau
Non-Refoulement Law in Hong Kong – Second Edition builds upon the substantive developments to the Unified Screening Mechanism with new chapters and a detailed compendium of non-refoulement cases in Hong Kong, providing practitioners with a more developed and multi-faceted understanding of this area of law.