Let’s admit it: going to court is costly, lengthy and not always best solution to a fallout. But in many cases, litigation provides a viable recourse to otherwise helpless and insoluble situations, like recovering lost money to cyber fraud.
Our dispute resolution team evaluates with you the practical courses of action that respect your circumstances and achieve your desired outcomes. Well versed with the judicial process, we devise effective strategies to represent your interests. We work closely with legal professionals in foreign jurisdictions to carry out cross-border dispute resolution.
Dispute Resolution and Litigation
Are you in need of a dispute resolution lawyer in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong has a well-developed law system, components include trade regulations, labour laws, corporate taxation, as well as other parts of business laws. The law of Hong Kong protects and guarantees the commercial activities and the social lives of the people. However, in reality the world is far more complicated.
When there are conflicts or disagreements on the interests of two or more parties, there may be a need for dispute resolution (dispute settlement) to resolve them. Broadly, dispute resolution refers to the process of resolving conflicts or disagreements between two or more parties.
Dispute resolution can be used to resolve a wide range of disputes, including disputes between businesses, disputes between individuals, and disputes between organizations. It can be used to resolve disputes related to contracts, employment, property, and many other areas.
Dispute resolution can include methods such as negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and litigation. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the most appropriate method will depend on the specific circumstances of the dispute.
Negotiation is a direct conversation between the parties involved in the dispute, with the goal of reaching a mutually acceptable solution. Mediation involves a neutral third party who helps the parties communicate and work towards a resolution. Arbitration is similar to mediation, but the arbitrator’s decision is binding. Litigation is a formal legal process in which a case is presented before a court of law and decided by a judge or jury.
Litigation in Hong Kong can be a complex and time-consuming process, and it is generally considered to be a last resort after other methods of dispute resolution by most lawyers in Hong Kong, such as negotiation, mediation, and arbitration, have been exhausted. The process of litigation involves filing a claim, serving the claim on the defendant, and then going through a series of court hearings, including a trial, to determine the outcome of the dispute.