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India clears obstacle to enforcement of mainland China and Hong Kong arbitral awards by notifying China as New York Convention territory
  • Debevoise & Plimpton LLP
  • China, Hong Kong, India
  • April 26 2012

The Indian Ministry of Law and Justice has declared the People’s Republic of China (including Hong Kong and Macau) to be a territory to which the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (“the New York Convention” or “the Convention”) applies


General counsel update - march 2015
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Australia, China, European Union, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, USA
  • March 5 2015

Protecting your investments: further public consultation to be launched on Investment Protection in the USEU Free Trade Agreement


Crossing borders: international arbitration insights
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • China, Germany, Global, Hong Kong, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom
  • August 19 2014

The International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) is the world’s leading trade association for participants in the market for over the


CIETAC issued the 2015 Arbitration Rules
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • China, Hong Kong
  • April 8 2015

On November 14, 2014, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade revised and adopted the China International Economic and Trade


International Regulatory Update 23-27 September 2013
  • Clifford Chance LLP
  • Australia, China, European Union, Germany, Global, Guernsey, Singapore, South Korea, United Kingdom, USA, Hong Kong, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia
  • October 1 2013

The UK government has launched a legal challenge with the European Courts of Justice (ECJ) on the remuneration provisions under the Capital


Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal refuses leave to appeal in the Grand Pacific v. Pacific China case
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • China, Hong Kong
  • February 26 2013

The Court of Final Appeal ("CFA") in Hong Kong has refused to interfere with the leading judgment on the setting aside of arbitral Awards in Hong


Should arbitral awards that have been set aside be enforced in a different jurisdiction?
  • King & Wood Mallesons
  • China, Hong Kong
  • April 30 2013

Achieving a favorable arbitral award is sometimes the easy part of the dispute resolution process. Where the successful party is awarded money


International mediation guide
  • Clifford Chance LLP
  • Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, Japan, Luxembourg, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Qatar, Czech Republic, European Union, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Belgium, Brazil, China
  • March 27 2013

We have compiled this Mediation Guide with a view to providing a better understanding Of the differences between jurisdictions in respect of


Enforcement of mainland Chinese arbitration award refused on public policy grounds in Hong Kong amid warnings on the dangers of arb-med
  • Dentons
  • China, Hong Kong
  • May 9 2011

The Hong Kong Court of first instance has refused to enforce an arbitration award issued by the Xian Arbitration Commission on public policy grounds where one of the arbitrators acted as both arbitrator and mediator in the case of Gao Haiyan and Another v Keeneye Holdings Ltd and Another


Hong Kong Court of Appeal allows enforcement of prc arbitral award and provides important guidance on objections to arbitral procedure and "arb-med"
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • China, Hong Kong
  • December 8 2011

In Gao Haiyan and another v. Keeneye Holdings and another CACV 792011, the Hong Kong Court of Appeal has allowed the enforcement of a mainland Chinese arbitral award, reversing a decision of the Court of First Instance to refuse enforcement on the grounds of public policy