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  1. Sentencing in Hong Kong - Eleventh Edition
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    Publication Date: June 2024
    Book (Hardback)

    Authors: I Grenville Cross GBS, SC, Patrick WS Cheung

    The 11th edition of Sentencing in Hong Kong is indispensable for judicial officers, practitioners and academics. 

    HK$ 3,580.00
  2. Hong Kong Civil Court Practice (Desk Edition 2024)
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    Publication Date: January 2024
    Book (Hardback)

    The Hong Kong Civil Court Practice - Desk Edition 2024 contains the most updated text on the rules of the High Court of Hong Kong with full commentary. Many accomplished practicioners and academics have contributed to this collaborative effort throughout its inception since 1994. The Desk Edition is currently maintained by Julienne Jen.

    HK$ 3,880.00
  3. Intellectual Property in Hong Kong – Third Edition
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    Publication Date: January 2024
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    As the Hong Kong government continues its commitment to making intellectual property protection better than any other economy in the world, the third edition of Intellectual Property in Hong Kong is the go-to tool for practitioners, academics, students and interested persons to stay on top of the latest developments in Hong Kong intellectual property law and issues.

    Starting at HK$ 2,800.00

  4. Bribery and Corruption Law in Hong Kong – Fifth Edition
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    Publication Date: December 2023
    Book (Hardback)

    Authors: Ian McWalters SC, Andrew Bruce SC

     

    The fifth edition of the detailed and expansive guide, Bribery and Corruption, provides a continuing update on the latest developments of bribery and corruption law in Hong Kong. Although Hong Kong consistently ranks as one of the least corrupt cities in the world, the jurisprudence relating to the common law offence of misconduct in public office continues to grow as the offence is more frequently employed by prosecutors against abuses of their office by public servants not involving bribery. Recent legislative developments and case law that further define the parameters of the offence are discussed. Furthermore, as a practical tool for legal professionals, the Prevention of Bribery Ordinance (Cap 201) and the Independent Commission Against Corruption Ordinance (Cap 204) are included.

    HK$ 2,700.00