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Boase Cohen & Collins is an active member of Ally Law, the global network of independent law firms which helps clients overcome their international legal and business challenges. 

With 2,800+ lawyers and advisors in 45+ countries, Ally Law members have in-depth proficiency in the full complement of services requisite to multinational law firms. High standards are assured through the annual evaluation of members while the network also maintains quality by seeking client feedback.

Ally Law began life as the International Alliance of Law Firms, which was established in 1990. Many of its firms have worked together for years and have formed close relationships built on trust and high standards. The organisation was rebranded as Ally Law in 2016. It has expanded to all corners of the globe and continues to add new and important jurisdictions each year.

At Boase Cohen & Collins, it means we can offer our clients legal assistance overseas with a winning combination of local knowledge and international reach. Ally Law has none of the overheads associated with multinational legal firms. Rates are set locally according to each market, meaning clients get the best of both worlds – excellent international service at reasonable cost.

38+ years of legal experience is just a click away.

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Home renovations: a call to action

By Alex Liu Hong Kong, 1 March 2024: Stricter regulation of the home renovation sector appears likely following a damning Consumer Council report that unveils widespread malpractice, such as aggressive sales tactics, lack of transparency over costs and shoddy workmanship. The watchdog has recommended improved safeguards, including an accreditation system for firms and standard quotation […]

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A ‘win-win’ for two legal systems

By John Zhou Hong Kong, 27 February 2024: A new law facilitating the reciprocal enforcement of civil and commercial judgments by Hong Kong and Mainland courts has been in place for one month. Many in the legal and business community believe it is a milestone in cross-border co-operation. The Mainland Judgments in Civil and Commercial […]

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Law & More: Episode 37 – Sabrina Ho

Hong Kong, 26 February 2024: In the latest episode of Law & More, we are joined by Sabrina Ho, who is Vice Chair of Council at the historic Helena May in Central. Sabrina tells us about the club’s fascinating history and outstanding record of charitable work, as well as revealing her personal motivation for being […]

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The art of drawing a crowd

Hong Kong, 21 February 2024: Sixty years ago this month, a renowned Gothenburg gallery hosted an exhibition of contemporary paintings by avant-garde artists, including four works by an obscure Frenchman named Pierre Brassau. Critics gushed over his “powerful strokes” delivered with “the delicacy of a ballet dancer”, unaware that Brassau didn’t exist. The paintings had […]

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Avoiding a major event own-goal

By Arthur Chan Hong Kong, 20 February 2024: The fallout from star footballer Lionel Messi’s no-show in Hong Kong has highlighted the pitfalls of organising major sporting and entertainment events. Aside from the risk of reputational and financial damage for stakeholders when a large event encounters a serious problem, there are also legal ramifications to […]

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