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The Longlide case and its impact, or non-impact, on Sino-foreign arbitration clause drafting *

China - July 24 2014
For almost a decade, the validity of arbitration clauses that subject a Sino-foreign contract dispute to arbitration before a foreign arbitration…

Co-authors: Arthur Ma, Jessica Fei.


Chinese Supreme People’s Court issues five-year reform plan to enhance judicial independence *

China - July 15 2014
The Supreme People’s Court of China (“SPC“) issued its fourth five-year reform plan for courts on 9 July 2014. The reform is one of the top…

Co-authors: May Tai, Jessica Fei.


Chinese Supreme People's Court announces mandatory publication of court decision *

China - January 9 2014
For decades, the reasoning applied by Chinese judges in reaching their decisions has been a mystery to many. Historically, Chinese court judgments…

Co-authors: Arthur Ma, Jessica Fei.


Hong Kong/Macao enforcement arrangement takes effect *

Hong Kong, Macau - January 6 2014
On 16 December 2013, the Arrangement Concerning Reciprocal Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards between the Hong Kong SAR and the Macao…

Co-authors: Justin D'Agostino, May Tai, Simon Chapman, Briana Young.


China's highest court addresses CIETAC split *

China - December 20 2013
The Supreme People's Court of China (the "SPC") has taken steps to bring consistency to decisions involving CIETAC, China's largest arbitral…

Co-authors: Jessica Fei, Briana Young.


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