A businessman is claiming damages of more than HK$100 million in a Hong Kong court from two companies and two Japanese men in an alleged investment scam.
A company which encroached on 600 square metres of public land adjacent to a house it owns in Sai Kung is suing the Lands Department for illegally entering the disputed lot without permission.
Troubled English soccer club owner Carson Yeung Ka-shing narrowly avoided losing a HK$20 million legal tussle yesterday by claiming he failed to receive a writ from the company that is suing him...
In the story 'Sheraton Valuers seeks HK$11.65m after being cut out of record deal', published on Wednesday, March 31, we wrongly reported that Sheraton Valuers is taking legal action against...
The daughter of toy magnate Francis Choi Chi-ming has sued a weekly magazine for libel over an article concerning the celebrity nude photo scandal.
The chairwoman of the Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants' Union is suing a colleague in the District Court, alleging that two e-mails in which she was mentioned had defamed her.
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The brother of former chief secretary Anson Chan Fang On-sang yesterday sought a permanent injunction preventing a lawyer involved in the inquest into the death of model Annie Pang Chor-ying from...
Lawmaker Albert Cheng King-hon is seeking damages from Chinese-language newspaper Ta Kung Pao for libel over an article concerning his trading activities published on Tuesday.
An accounting clerk who claimed she was sacked because of her pregnancy launched a discrimination lawsuit yesterday.
A TVB news presenter yesterday issued a lawsuit against the customs and excise commissioner, alleging job discrimination.