Ashford Benjamin is a specialist executive search firm, focusing on legal recruitment and compliance recruitment in Hong Kong and Asia-Pacific, with a global reach...
Our expert advisors have a long history of placing lawyers into high-profile legal jobs in Hong Kong and Asia-Pacific, including private practice jobs and legal counsel jobs
Our team place Head of Compliance jobs and Chief Compliance Officer jobs in Hong Kong and Asia-Pacific, into financial services, and multi-national companies...
Our expert advisors are highly-qualified, experienced professionals who have been recognised as industry leaders in both legal and compliance recruitment...
On a results basis, Mohit has successfully delivered top quality lawyers on multiple occasions and has ensured that the recruitment process is smooth and successful. Mohit has exceptional knowledge of the legal job market in Asia and has always been committed to finding us the very best talent for every role we have had available. From the outset, I was impressed with Mohit’s thorough approach to the recruitment process and his desire to understand as much about our organisation as possible in terms of how we operate, the culture etc. He used this information to thoroughly brief prospective candidates, ensuring that our organisation was well represented to attract the best talent, and also that the candidates were well briefed and well suited to the role. When I receive a CV from Mohit, I am confident that he has done his due diligence and that the candidate is someone I should meet. In addition, he appears to manage the candidates’ expectations very well throughout the process so that things are able to progress quickly and smoothly. Mohit is knowledgeable, well-prepared, dedicated, and flexible and I am very pleased to recommend him as a candidate for Best Recruitment Consultant of the Year.
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China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has gained huge momentum of late, with governments, companies and lawyers keen to maximise the many opportunities it presents. The resolution of disputes arising from the BRI is no exception. The sheer complexity and scale of BRI projects is prompting a welcome review of dispute resolution processes, with a view to resolving BRI disputes more quickly and amicably, ideally in a confidential and enforcement-friendly environment. Recent developments suggest that the BRI presents an opportunity for less formal procedures, like mediation, to flourish and enter the mainstream. Indeed, three key BRI jurisdictions – China, Singapore and Hong Kong – have recently promoted mediation in the context of BRI disputes.
The Appeal Committee of the Court of Final Appeal in Hong Kong granted leave to First Media to appeal the Court of Appeal’s decision confirming the first instance decision to refuse First Media’s application to seek leave out of time to resist enforcement of Singapore awards which were made without jurisdiction.