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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.


Beijing court backs SHIAC and SCIA *

China - March 5 2015
Since our last blog post on the Ni Laibao case (see here), in which Shanghai No.2 Intermediate Court ruled that Shanghai International Arbitration…

Co-authors: Justin D'Agostino, May Tai, Simon Chapman, Jessica Fei.


Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance: more amendments proposed *

Hong Kong - January 23 2015
For the second time in two years, Hong Kong's government has announced that it will introduce amendments to the Arbitration Ordinance (Cap. 609). The…

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


Shanghai Court ruling confirms SHIAC’s jurisdiction over arbitrations referred to “CIETAC Shanghai sub-commission” *

China - January 13 2015
On 4 January 2015, only three days after the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) announced the reorganisation of…

Co-authors: Justin D'Agostino, May Tai, Simon Chapman, Jessica Fei.


BAC’s new arbitration rules to come into force on 1 April 2015 *

China - December 5 2014
After two years of drafting and consultation, Beijing Arbitration Commission (“BAC”) published revised Arbitration Rules on 4 December 2014. The…

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


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