7BR & Denis Chang’s Chambers are hosting this informative seminar

in Hong Kong on Monday 16 April 2018.

We will discuss many key topics such as Bitcoin & Crypto-Currency, the investigatory power of the Competition Commissioner and the use of judicial review in criminal proceedings. Senior counsel from the UK and Hong Kong will be delivering talks and leading a Q&A session.

The seminar will be followed by drinks at the nearby L16 Bar. There is no charge to attend and we look forward to welcoming you to the event. Full details can be found below.

Date: Monday 16 April 2018

Times: 2pm – 6pm

Venue – Admiralty Conference Centre, 1804B, Tower 1, Admiralty Centre, 18 Harcourt Road, Hong Kong

Programme:

14.00 – Registration

14.30 – Use of judicial review in criminal proceedings – Hectar Pun SC

15.00 – Regulatory issues surrounding Bitcoin & Crypto-Currency – Collingwood Thompson QC

15.30 – Investigatory power of the Competition Commission – Tim Parker

16.00 – Refreshment break

16.20 – Striking the Balance between and AML/CTF and the Right to Privacy – Andrew Wheeler QC

16.50 – ENRC and the English law of privilege in criminal investigations – David O’Mahony

17.15 – Q&A

18.00 – Drinks reception – L16 Bar, Hong Kong Park, 19 Cotton Tree Drive, Admiralty

If you have any questions about the event or wish to attend please email us.

For help or advice please call +44 (0)20 7242 3555 or complete 
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