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Mar 2021 – Haldanes contributed to the Standard Clauses “Boilerplate” Agreement: Hong Kong published by UK Thomson Reuters

We are proud to announce that Haldanes have contributed to the Standard Clauses “Boilerplate” Agreement: Hong Kong, a 3-part Q&A published by Thomson Reuters in the United Kingdom and circulated internationally.

The Q&A is part of Thomson Reuters’ new Boilerplate International Transaction Guide, which offers practical and jurisdiction-specific guidance on the application of Thomson Reuters’ boilerplate clauses. Haldanes addresses the Hong Kong section of the Q&A, covering a number of legal and practical issues surrounding the practical usage of boilerplate and essential clauses of commercial agreements in Hong Kong.

Haldanes is among various top-tier law firms to contribute to this publication. Our Commercial & Media team is experienced in advising corporate and individual clients on a broad range of commercial and corporate issues from M&A and joint ventures through to company formations and structuring.

The Q&A and Thomson Reuters’ boilerplate clauses are now available on the Thomson Reuters Practical Law website at

For the Hong Kong section of the Q&A contributed by Haldanes, please click the following links:

You need to be a subscriber for Thomson Reuters Practical Law to access the publication.

For a copy of the Hong Kong section contributed by Haldanes, please click the link below:

Part 1 – Standard Clauses “Boilerplate” agreement: Hong Kong

Part 2 – Standard Clauses “Boilerplate” agreement: Hong Kong

Part 3 – Standard Clauses “Boilerplate” agreement: Hong Kong

* Reproduced from Practical Law with the permission of the publishers. For further information, visit or call +44 (0)20 7542 6664.

For further enquiries on Haldanes’ publications or to learn more about our commercial law expertise, please contact John McLellan, Head of Commercial & Media and Entertainment Practice.

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