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SPC clarifies jurisdiction issues arising from the CIETAC split

China - July 17 2015 On 15 July 2015, the Supreme People's Court in China (the "SPC") issued a binding judicial interpretation on how lower courts are to handle various…

Co-authors: Celine Wang, May Tai, Simon Chapman, Jessica Fei.

Hong Kong plays host this week to the inaugural ICCA-HKIAC Summit

Hong Kong - May 11 2015 The inaugural ICCA-HKIAC Summit will bring together thought leaders and visionaries from the dispute resolution industry and the field of…

Co-authors: Justin D'Agostino, Dominic Roughton, Simon Chapman, Jessica Fei, Alastair Henderson.

When the east meets the Far East: the impact of Russian sanctions on commercial arbitration in Asia

Hong Kong, Russia, Singapore - May 6 2015 Over the course of the last year, sanctions imposed on Russia in response to its intervention in Ukraine have been expanded to include restrictions…

Co-authors: Rebecca Soquier.

PRC Supreme Court clarifies application of limitation period for enforcing foreign-related arbitral awards

China - April 2 2015 In a recently published case, the Supreme People's Court (the "SPC") of the People's Republic of China has confirmed that the two-year limitation…

Co-authors: Weina Ye, May Tai, Simon Chapman, Jessica Fei, Briana Young.

Hong Kong court casts doubt on enforceability of ICC awards made in mainland China

China, Hong Kong - March 11 2015 The Hong Kong Court of First Instance has declined to set aside a partial award for lack of jurisdiction where the arbitration clause provided for…

Co-authors: Arthur Ma, May Tai, Simon Chapman, Jessica Fei.

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