Boase Cohen & Collins (Hong Kong): A tough job, judging by the political climate

The world was a simpler place in September 2010. In Barrack Obama, the US had a first-term President who appeared intent on unifying the country; David Cameron was the newly elected Prime Minister of a UK firmly established as a seasoned member of the EU, he didn’t appear the sort of leader to try anything rash; Chelsea were the reigning Premier League champions and FA Cup holders. And, in Hong Kong, the Honourable Geoffrey Ma became Chief Justice of the Court of Final Appeal. MORE.

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