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Bawang (1338) v Next Magazine Publishing Ltd
HK Court of First Instance, 23-May-2016
Chim Pui Chung v Apple Daily Ltd & others
HK Court of First Instance, 19-Apr-2016
University of HK v HK Commercial Broadcasting & another
HK Court of First Instance, 30-Nov-2015
Next Media (0282): Jimmy Lai was led away by the Police in Admiralty
Company announcement, 11-Dec-2014
It would have been price-sensitive news if he had not been!
ICAC response re raids on homes of Jimmy Lai Chee Ying, Lee Cheuk Yan and Mark Simon
ICAC, 28-Aug-2014
Next Media (0282): ICAC visit to Chairman Jimmy Lai's residence
Company announcement, 28-Aug-2014
'It's clear-cut political persecution': Lawmaker slams ICAC's visit to Jimmy Lai
South China Morning Post, 28-Aug-2014
Sire Ma (aka Sima Sai Er, fka Ma Sai) v Next Magazine Publishing Ltd & others
HK Court of First Instance, 8-Aug-2014
Donation from Jimmy Lai was transferred to Labour Party this week, says Lee Cheuk-yan
South China Morning Post, 31-Jul-2014
HK media worries over China’s reach as ads disappear
New York Times, 11-Jun-2014
HK's outspoken media chiefs are facing growing intimidation
Sydney Morning Herald, 31-May-2014
In this article, Next Media spokesman Mark Simon alleges that HSBC and Standard Chartered have ended their advertising on request from Beijing.
Bawang (1338) v Next Magazine Publishing Ltd
HK Court of First Instance, 20-May-2013
SFC suspends Sky Cheung Shi Gaii for 30 months and fines him HK$0.5m
SFC, 8-Apr-2013
Bawang (1338) v Next Magazine Publishing Ltd
HK Court of First Instance, 25-Jan-2013
Cashing up at Next Media
If Next Media (0282) completes the sale of its Taiwan units, it will have a profitable HK business and net cash of about HK$4.4bn with no use for it. Rather than drag shareholders into a new business as City Telecom (1137) has done, we expect Next to do the right thing and distribute the proceeds in a special dividend. The potential payout is $1.79 per share, and majority shareholder Jimmy Lai will get 74% of that to use as he pleases. (26-Oct-2012)
OPG Human Resources Ltd v Apple Daily Ltd
HK Court of First Instance, 24-Jan-2011
Apple Daily Ltd v Oriental Press Group Ltd & others
HK Court of First Instance, 3-Jan-2011
China BOCOM Insurance Co Ltd v Next Magazine Publishing Ltd
HK District Court, 6-Dec-2010
The publisher of Next Magazine is ordered to pay HK$150k for libel.
Apple Daily Ltd v Oriental Press Group Ltd & vice versa
HK Court of First Instance, 30-Nov-2010
Koo Ming Kown v Next Media Ltd, Jimmy Lai Chee Ying and James To Kun Sun
HK District Court, 17-Feb-2009
Possible breach of Listing Rules
Company announcement, 27-Dec-2001

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