“Doing Business in Hong Kong and Investing in Mainland China (2020 Edition)"

Our firm published a book on “Doing Business in Hong Kong and Investing in Mainland China” back in March 2014, targeting foreign investors, potential investors or businessmen planning to set up their business or Asian headquarters in Hong Kong, and tap into the market of Hong Kong and Mainland China.  It covers the following areas: 
1) Doing Business in Hong Kong: The Gateway to Mainland China
2) Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (“CEPA”) Springboard to China Market
3) Setting Up Investment Vehicles in Mainland China
4) Summary of Hong Kong Legal System
5) Highlights of the New Companies Ordinance, Cap,. 622
6) Trademark, Copyright, Design and Patent Protection in Hong Kong and Mainland China
7) International Arbitration : Why Hong Kong ?
The 2nd Edition of this book was published in February 2018 in electronic form.  It has updated the information in the above seven chapters to reflect the changes in the past four years.
In addition, three (3) new chapters have been added to this book, namely:
8) Mediation in Hong Kong;
9) The Competitive Edge of Hong Kong as Aircraft
10) Aircraft Registration in Hong Kong
In March 2020, this e-book was updated and published to introduce three (3) new chapters, namely
11) Employment Law in a Nutshell;
12) Guidelines on Listing on Hong Kong Exchange; and
13) Fast Track for Weighted Voting Rights and Biotech Companies.
This new e-book is published to raise funds for Dr. Lily Fenn Education Foundation Ltd., which is a registered charity in Hong Kong, for granting Youth Flying Scholarships and LL.M. Scholarships to final year undergraduates or young university graduates (within 3 years' post-graduation) to pursue either their Private Pilot Licence (Aeroplane) or Master of Laws degree. (Website: www.lilyfennfoundation.com)
This e-book is revised, updated and published by our firm every calendar year to keep pace with the changes of the law.
Our firm has previously published a book in November 2008 entitled “Aircraft Accident Investigation: Human Factors & Legal Challenge” to raise funds for charity.  This is based on Lily’s research in partial fulfilment of the requirements for her Master of Aviation degree in the School of Aviation, Massey University, New Zealand.
In this book, various analytical human factors tools are examined and considered in relation to their potential contribution to challenging the merits of accident investigative reports.  In addition, the legal aspects of these reports are also examined to determine how extant legislation and common law could be applied to challenge the reports on the basis of law and procedure.
The human factors analysis tools are particularly useful to any organizations in high risk industries for the self-diagnosis of their own safety standard, and to identify the latent errors whose adverse consequences may lie dormant within the system for some time, they would only become evident when they combine with others to breach the system’s defences.
It helps insurers play a role in assisting the insured in high risk industries in assessing their safety standards, identifying latent errors in their safety systems in using the methods and tools for accident causation analysis discussed in this book.  As a result, the number of claims could be much reduced.
The different methods and tools are generalized and applicable to almost any kinds of accident. 
This study employs two disciplines, namely, aviation human factors and a comparative analysis of relevant legal provisions in Hong Kong and in major Commonwealth jurisdictions (such as the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia and Canada) with respect to domestic law, public international law and comparative law.
Lily is probably the first lawyer in Asia, if not the world, who has written a book on this special topic.