Room 228 News

Here are our latest announcements and newsletters

September, 2020

Dance like no one is watching, but text like it’ll be read out in court one day…

In this Room 228 Newsletter, we highlight some of the pitfalls of using instant messaging apps for business. It is estimated that around 65 billion Whatapp messages are sent each day!

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September, 2020

bowers.law launches UK and Ireland Immigration Services

bowers.law is pleased to announce that the firm now provides Immigration Services for the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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September, 2020

When Winning Feels Like Losing…Or does it?

Explore the feelings and emotions experienced on a settlement of any hard-fought dispute, especially cases involving close (sometimes intense) relationships between family members, shareholders and employers / employees.

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August, 2020

Watch out, watch out, there’s a fraudster about!

bowers.law's Top (Practical) Tips to minimising fraud risk

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August, 2020

Shopaholics go into Rehab

As Hong Kong shoppers and foodies continue to stay away from their favourite stores and restaurants, retailers and restaurant operators are finding it hard to keep up with their sky-high monthly rents.

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July, 2020

bowers.law advises Snoopy on how to write a letter!

The bowers.law team has decided as a group that we will no longer be using anachronistic salutations such as “Dear Sirs”, “Messrs” or “Dear Sir/Madam” as the default setting in any letters, emails etc.

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July, 2020

Why do employees commit fraud?

Find out now, and stop it…Quick!

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July, 2020

Show Me The Money!

Someone owes you money. How do you get it off them?

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July, 2020

Beat the cyber bullies at their own (computer) game!

The advent of mass ‘working from home’ and widespread remote working practices has brought with it a host of new issues for employers to grapple with, including cyber bullying and harassment of their workforce in the new virtual workplace.

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July, 2020

The Phones Have Ears!

Whether an audio recording of a conversation is admissible as evidence in a Hong Kong Court?

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