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Arbitration risk: parties to an arbitration agreement should beware the risk of joint tort claims

China - February 12 2014 A recent decision of the Supreme People’s Court in the People’s Republic of China (the “PRC”) suggests that a party to an arbitration agreement can…

Co-authors: Denis Brock, Laura Feldman , Que Yui.

Lawyer or arbitrator: a problem in China –should the restriction be revoked?

China - July 15 2013 PRC law sets forth specific requirements for individuals who serve as arbitrators in China. Article 13 of the PRC Arbitration Law requires…

Co-authors: Ariel Ye, Qiu Yue.

How U.S.-listed Chinese companies should respond to accounting fraud allegations

China - April 30 2013 In the past few years, a reverse merger has been a popular way for China-based companies to access U.S. capital markets. Since the end of 2010, a…

Retrial ruling of the Supreme People’s Court settles the disputes on the jurisdiction over joint tort cases: litigation or arbitration

China - January 7 2013 As an alternative dispute resolution mechanism, arbitration has been increasingly widely chosen as the dispute resolution method by parties to the…

Co-authors: Qiu Yue.

How luxury brands can cooperate with agents to protect their rights

China - July 18 2012 The Hemline Index, presented by American economist George Taylor in 1926, suggests that the hemlines on women’s skirts and dresses rise and fall with the rise and fall of the economy.

Co-authors: Sam Li.

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