STEVEN GALLAGHER

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Hong Kong lions Stephen and Stitt, Japanese looters and the legal battle to protect cultural property
Current Hong Kong laws fail the test of heritage protection
The bloody hand may not inherit: Why Hong Kong killer Henry Chau will not get a cent from the estate of his parents
Tracing the proceeds of graft and bribery
Why the dream of living forever may end in court

On September 28, the Post reported an apparent growth in interest on the mainland in the cryonic preservation of the dead.

18 Nov 2014 - 4:22AM

On September 28, the Post reported an apparent growth in interest on the mainland in the cryonic preservation of the dead.

Why the dream of living forever may end in court
Let's not rely on luck when it comes to unexploded bombs

Last month, a 36kg unexploded bomb was discovered in North Point, left by the Japanese at the end of the second world war.

30 Sep 2014 - 4:06AM

Last month, a 36kg unexploded bomb was discovered in North Point, left by the Japanese at the end of the second world war.

Let's not rely on luck when it comes to unexploded bombs
No law to stop businesses from carving niche in housing dead

When are human remains not human remains? In the last four years, there has been much news concerning unauthorised columbariums.

26 Aug 2014 - 4:57AM

When are human remains not human remains? In the last four years, there has been much news concerning unauthorised columbariums.

No law to stop businesses from carving niche in housing dead
Hong Kong's role in looting: the uncomfortable truth

If Hong Kong is concerned about the looting of art and antiquities from China in the past, it has to consider its position in the international art and antiques market today.

4 Feb 2014 - 7:09AM

If Hong Kong is concerned about the looting of art and antiquities from China in the past, it has to consider its position in the international art and antiques market today.

Hong Kong's role in looting: the uncomfortable truth
Quistclose trust helps lenders protect loans to failing firms

When a company is struggling to stay afloat its directors will find it increasingly difficult to raise finance, even if they have a viable business opportunity that may save the company and the jobs of its employees.

17 Dec 2013 - 4:46AM

When a company is struggling to stay afloat its directors will find it increasingly difficult to raise finance, even if they have a viable business opportunity that may save the company and the jobs of its employees.

Quistclose trust helps lenders protect loans to failing firms
Modernising a Trust Law that many in Hong Kong have lost faith in
City's 'creative' dealing with corruption a lesson to follow
Wills, wishes and lawyers … can we control our assets from the grave?
Targeting buyers of illegal ivory could hit trade where it hurts
Court dress protocol more than just a matter of fashion