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Doing Business With China: Is Your Arbitration Clause Worth The Paper on Which It Is Written?

China, Hong Kong, Israel - June 27 2016 Since diplomatic relations with China began in 1992, Israeli-Sino trade volume has risen steadily, from US$50 million in 1992 to US$9.9 billion in…

Co-authors: Andrew Chin, Philipp Hanusch.

Hong Kong Court Refers Parties to Arbitration in Dispute Involving Jurisdiction and Arbitration Clauses

Hong Kong, United Kingdom - May 5 2016 Parties entering into related contracts should carefully consider how future disputes ought to be resolved. This alert will look at a recent Hong…

Co-authors: Gary A. Seib, Philipp Hanusch.

First Reported Case of a PRC Court Enforcing a Foreign Award between PRC Domestic Parties

China - March 22 2016 The recent case of Siemens International Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd vs. Shanghai Golden Landmark Co., Ltd (2013) Hu Yi Zhong Min Ren (Wai Zhong) Zi…

Co-authors: Gary A. Seib, Simon Hui, Philipp Hanusch, Shen Peng, Cynthia Y.S. Tang.

Intended and Unintended Use of Option Clauses in Arbitration: Common Pitfalls and Drafting Tips

Hong Kong, United Kingdom - February 26 2016 Parties who choose arbitration as an exclusive dispute resolution mechanism for their contracts usually agree that their disputes “shall” be referred…

Co-authors: Gary A. Seib, Andrew Chin, Simon Hui, Philipp Hanusch, Cynthia Y.S. Tang.

Creditors petitioning for bankruptcy beware: absconding bankrupts may walk free after staying away from Hong Kong for 4 years

Hong Kong - November 17 2015 The Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal (“CFA”) has ruled unconstitutional a provision under the Bankruptcy Ordinance (“Ordinance”) that prevents the…

Co-authors: Roberta Chan, Cynthia Y.S. Tang.

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