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Gard (HK) Ltd.
Room 3003, 30/F
The Centrium
60 Wyndham Street
Central
Hong Kong
Hong Kong
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06.10.09

Insight

Hong KongUndersea cables – a warningHong Kong Telecom International Ltd. recently sent out a warning concerning damage to undersea telecommunications cables in Hong Kong waters.There have been numerous cases where undersea cables have been damaged ... by lack of knowledge about the location of the cables on the seabed.Hong Kong Telecom have therefore sent out detailed

06.03.20

News

The office of Gard (HK) Limited will reopen the week beginning Monday, 9 March. Staffing levels will be reduced with some staff continuing to work from home. All members of staff are reachable via normal lines of communication, including direct telephone numbers, mobile phones and email. Contact details for staff in our Hong Kong office can be found

14.12.17

Insight

The increased limits agreed in 2015 between the contracting parties to the 1996 protocol, enters into force in Hong Kong on 4 December 2017

28.10.16

News

Our office in Hong Kong is moving on Saturday, 29 October. 

31.07.15

Insight

From 3 May 2015 the tonnage limitation thresholds for maritime claims in Hong Kong substantially increased for ship owners. This Insight reviews the impact of the change.  

06.11.12

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Gard News 207, August/October 2012

02.05.12

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Gard News 206, May/July 2012

02.02.12

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Gard News 197, February/April 2010

01.02.12

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Gard News 198, May/July 2010

06.10.09

Insight

Commercial judgments will soon be reciprocally enforced between Hong Kong and the Mainland.On 14th July 2006, the Secretary of Justice of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) and the Supreme People’s Court of the Mainland China (Mainland) signed an arrangement for the reciprocal enforcement of commercial judgments between Hong Kong SAR and the Mainland

06.10.09

Insight

By Jonathan Rostron, of Sinclair Roche & Temperley, Hong KongThe 1958 New York Convention1 provides for the reciprocal ... of the concerns of lawyers involved in trade between Hong Kong and the Mainland has been directed to the enforceability of Hong Kong ... was reached between the government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) and Chinese authorities for an arrangement

06.10.09

Insight

Gard News 185 - The Hong Kong Commercial Court has recently had to consider the nature of straight bills of lading ... in Hong Kong.2The facts in the two Hong Kong cases are slightly different from those in the RAFAELA S, while being identical ... presentation rule in “to order” bills of lading should not apply to straight bills. The decisionThe Hong Kong Court (Stone J

06.12.21

News

Gard announced today that André Werner Kroneberg will be replacing Mark Russell as Managing Director of the Hong Kong office from 1 January 2022.

06.12.21

News

Gard announced today that André Werner Kroneberg will be replacing Mark Russell as Managing Director of the Hong Kong office from 1 January 2022. 

21.06.18

Article

Presentions from the seminar are listed in the right column and related articles

05.04.18

News

Gard announced today that Mark Russell has been appointed Managing Director of the Hong Kong office effective 1 August, 2018, replacing Trygve Nøkleby who will be returning to Gard in Bergen in a senior position.

05.04.18

News

Gard announced today that Mark Russell has been appointed Managing Director of the Hong Kong office effective 1 August, 2018, replacing Trygve Nøkleby who will be returning to Gard in Bergen in a senior position.

14.01.16

Insight

Settlement proposals in Hong Kong must be fair and realistic taking into account the prevailing conditions. This Insight looks at how best to achieve court approval for settlements involving mentally incapacitated crew.

21.08.15

Insight

A significant decision for claimants offering the option of a ship arrest where the underlying purpose is to enforce an unsatisfied arbitration award.