Hong Kong Law Journal 1971 - 2017

Vol. 30, Part 1 of 2000

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
Our flagging rights Raymond Wacks 1
ARTICLES
The failure of the Hong Kong Court of Appeal to recognise and remedy disability discrimination Carole J Petersen 6
Financial orders under subsections 23(1)(b) and (c) of the Securities (Insider Dealing) Ordinance Insider Dealing Tribunal v Shek Mei Ling Anna Y M Tam 22
Litigation relating to defective software under Hong Kong law old bottles for new wine Richard Wu 32
Hong Kong estate duty: a blueprint for reform Andrew Halkyard 47
Secondary liability of financial institutions for the fraud of third parties William Blair 74
Law and values in governance: the Singapore way Eugene Kheng-Boon Tan 91
CHINESE LAW
The Law-making Law: a solution to the problems in the Chinese legislative system Li Yahong 120
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 141
Interest rates paid on deposits 147
Consumer price indices 147
Multipliers 149
REVIEW ARTICLES
Origins of Chinese law: Penal and Administrative Law in its Early Development by Liu Yongping 150


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Vol. 30, Part 2 of 2000

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
Preserving academic freedom in Hong Kong: lessons from the 'Robert Chung affair' Carole J Petersen 165
Privacy and anonymity Raymond Wacks 177
ANALYSIS
Payment for government services by consumers: some legal considerations Johannes Chan 184
The legal significance of PINs in banking Clement Shum and Sai-hong Ko 194
ARTICLES
Defective buildings and defective law: the duty of care in negligence Rick Glofcheski 206
Rectification: correcting mistakes in wills Christopher Sherrin 223
Irregular default judgments: should Hong Kong discard the 'as of right' rule? Camille Cameron 245
Actuarial assessment of damages in personal injury litigation: the Hong Kong position and the comparative international aspects Felix W H Chan and Wai-Sum Chan 272
CHINESE LAW
Traditional Chinese philosophy and dispute resolution Bobby K Y Wong 304
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 320
Multipliers 328
REVIEW ARTICLES
Reflections on legal education (The Law School - Global Issues, Legal Questions, by Fiona Crownie (ed)) M J Le Brun 329


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Vol. 30, Part 3 of 2000

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Our 30th anniversary 345
COMMENTS
Has Hong Kong anything special or unique to contribute to the contemporary world of jurisprudence? Denis K L Chang 347
Old wine in new bottles: civil justice reform in Hong Kong Henry Litton 351
Why rights are not enjoyed: the case of foreign domestic helpers Carol G S Tan 354
ANALYSIS
Domestic helpers' privacy Raymond Wacks 361
Hunger strikes and forced feeding in Hong Kong law Paul Harris 368
Enforcement of Chinese arbitral awards complete once more - but with a difference Robert Morgan 375
ARTICLES
The interpretation of the Basic law - common law and Mainland Chinese perspectives Albert H Y Chen 380
Sexual harassment in employment: Asian values and the law in Hong Kong Harriet Samuels 432
Media policy and regulation in the age of convergence - the Hong Kong experience Richard W S Wu and Grace L K Leung 454
FOCUS
Union Eagle Ltd v Golden Achievement Ltd 476
Good faith, greed and time of the essence Mitchell E Kowalski 476
Does Hong Kong need an antidote to Union Eagle? Myrette Fok 490
Union Eagle: then and now Judith Sihombing 501
CHINESE LAW
Taking and enforcing mortgages in China: a lender's perspective Jan Hoogmartens 520
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 538
Multipliers 542
REVIEW ARTICLES
International Arbitration in the People's Republic of China: Commentary, Cases and Materials; by Cheng Dejun, Michael J Moser and Wang Shengchang Robert Morgan 544


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