Hong Kong Law Journal 1971 - 2016

Vol. 36, Part 1 of 2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Farewell to Professor Yash Ghai Johannes Chan 1
COMMENTS
Who let the Cat out of the Bag? Internet Data Leakage and its Implications for Privacy Law and Policy in Hong Kong Alana Maurushat 7
ANALYSIS
Interlocutory or Final Orders: Pouring New Wine into Old Wineskins Eric T. M.Cheung 15
ARTICLES
Defending White Collar Crime in Hong Kong: A Case Study of the Lee Ming Tee Case Simon N. M. Young 35
In Search of the Level Playing Field: Asymmetries and Consumer Protection in Hong Kong John D. Ho 61
Leung Kwok Hung and Others Through the Hong Kong Courts Janice Brabyn 83
Regional Autonomy, Judicial Criticism and the 2005 Interpretation: Judicial Independence in Hong Kong Compromised Again? Simon Marsden 117
Respecting Privacy and Affirming Equality: The Dual Significance of Leung v Secretary For Justice for Hong Kong's Gay Community Robyn Emerton 143
CHINESE LAW
Introduction to International Commercial Arbitration in China Taroh Inoue 171
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 197
Multipliers 209
REVIEW ARTICLES
Hong Kong's Tortuous Democratization: A Comparative Analysis, Ming Sing Richard Cullen 211
National Security and Fundamental Freedoms: Hong Kong's Article 23 Under Scrutiny Fu Hualing, Carole J. Petersen and Simon N. M. Young (eds) Martin Lee Chu-ming and Paul Harris 216
China and the World Trading System: Entering the New Millennium, Deborah Z. Cass, Brett G. Williams & George Barker (eds) Henry Gao 220


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Vol. 36, Part 2 of 2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
Clinical Legal Education in Hong Kong: A Time to Move Forward Stacy Caplow 229
ANALYSIS
Corporate Taxation in Australia, Hong Kong and Singapore: Observations on some Jurisdictional and Operational Distinctions Philip B. Gurney 259
ARTICLES
Cover Up! Hong Kong's Regulation of Exchange-traded Warrants Paul Lejot 277
Conformity of Presentation Documents and a Rejection Notice in Letters of Credit Litigation: A Tale of Two Doctrines Ebenezer O. I. Adodo 309
Corporate Governance in Developing Economies: The Role of Mutual Funds in Corporate Governance in Pakistan Moeen Cheema and Sikander Shah 341
CHINESE LAW
Taxation and Constitutionalism in China Xu Yan 365
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 391
Multipliers 409
REVIEW ARTICLES
The Conflict of Laws in Hong Kong, Graeme Johnston Robert Morgan 411
The Law and Practice of Hong Kong Private Companies, John Brewer Soong I-Ping 414


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Vol. 36, Part 3 of 2006

TABLE OF CONTENTS

COMMENTS
The Bankrupt's Freedom To Travel Denis Chang SC 417
Derogation from Orthodoxy in Derogation from Grant Malcom Merry 427
Levitating Unconstitutional Law P. Y. Lo 433
ANALYSIS
Establishing Factual and Legal Causation in a Fiduciary's Liability to Account for Profits Rebecca Lee 443
ARTICLES
Legal Professional Privilege: Is it Absolute? Johannes Chan SC 461
Securities Regulation, Efficient Markets and Behavioural Finance: Reclaiming the Legal Genealogy Gordon Walker 481
Litigants in Person in Civil Proceedings: Part IV, Barristers' Perspectives Elsa Kelly, Camille Cameron and Wing Hong Chui 519
CHINESE LAW
Development of Regional Conflict of Laws: On the Arrangement of Mutual Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters between Mainland China and Hong Kong SAR Xianchu Zhang and Philip Smart 553
Mutual Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Mainland China and Taiwan: A Breakthrough in Cross-Strait Relations Jason Blatt 585
How Far Do China's New Interim Provisions on Organ Transplants Go? Ding Chunyan 613
Chinese Limited Liability Companies under the New Company Law K L Alex Lau 633
PERSONAL INJURIES
Recent Awards 649
Multipliers 664
REVIEW ARTICLES
On Common Laws, H. Patrick Glenn Raymond Wacks 665
Disclosure of Interests in Securities of Hong Kong Listed Companies, William Mackesy Syren Johnstone and Douglas Arner 667
ntroduction to Jurisprudence and Legal Theory: Commentary and Materials, James Penner, David Schiff and Richard Nobles, (eds) Zheng Ge 670


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