All posts by Des Voeux Chambers

Des Voeux Chambers is a leading set of Chambers based in Hong Kong with an illustrious history dating back over 30 years. Building on its history, and its Tier 1 reputation, its Members have cultivated a reputation for combining intellectual rigour with effective advocacy. As one of the largest sets of Chambers in HK, DVC is home to over 70 astute legal minds, many of whom have spearheaded groundbreaking cases. Helmed by John Scott QC, SC, DVC houses 17 Members who have been called to the Inner Bar and appointed Queens Counsel & Senior Counsel in HK and elsewhere. DVC houses leading specialists in administrative & public law, arbitration & mediation, building & construction, chancery, commercial law, company law & insolvency, competition law, employment & anti-discrimination law, family law, intellectual property, international trade, land & planning, securities law and tax law. This broad range of expertise makes DVC a convenient one-stop shop for nearly all areas of civil and commercial advisory, as well as dispute resolution including mediation. DVC's barristers handle cases which raise multiple issues in more than one field, making members agile and adept at responding to clients’ needs. Given that members hail from different jurisdictions, DVC’s barristers are multilingual and are accustomed to working with different time zones.

Cross-Border Scheme of Arrangement for Secured Noteholders: Re Mongolian Mining Corporation

Re Mongolian Mining Corporation [2018] HKCFI 2035 – the latest case on restructuring foreign companies’ foreign law-governed debts involving DVC’s José-Antonio Maurellet SC, Yang-Wahn Hew and Jason Yu. Read on to find out whether there was sufficient connection between the Scheme and […]

Hong Kong Provisional Liquidation Meets Singapore Moratorium: Re CW Advanced Technologies Limited

In a ground-breaking decision, the Hong Kong Court in Re CW Advanced Technologies Limited [2018] HKCFI 1705 explains: (a)  the interface between the Hong Kong provisional liquidation regime and Singapore’s new insolvency regime;  and (b) how both regimes could […]