License to Thrill

by Isabella Lo & Ellen He A boy sustained head injury when playing on an indoor trampoline recently, according to the Consumer Council’s latest report. Unlike in the U.K., no license is required in Hong Kong for the operation of amusement park facilities. Trampolines are not a regulated “entertainment” activity under the Places of Public … More License to Thrill

Time to proof if small business survives under competition law

By Isabella Lo and Ellen He Small businesses in Hong Kong are facing challenges caused by price-cut promotions by large firms, following the implementation of the Competition Ordinance. The Competition Ordinance (the “Ordinance”), passed by the Legislative Council in June 2012, has come into full implementation since December 14, 2015. The Competition Commission, an independent statutory … More Time to proof if small business survives under competition law