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Is arbitration a viable option for resolving disputes with a Chinese party?

China - December 14 2017 Continuing our current series on doing business in China, this edition discusses the viability of arbitration as a method of resolving disputes. This...

John Chung.

Free trade zones & their role in counterfeiting & piracy in China, the UAE and Singapore

Singapore, United Arab Emirates, China - October 17 2017 This webinar considers free trade zones in Singapore, China and the UAE and in particular; their impact on counterfeit and pirate goods; the...

Jon Parker, Kate Swaine.

Chinese Cybersecurity: Questions Remain Despite New Guidance

China - September 13 2017 Despite coming into force on 1 June 2017, China's new Cybersecurity Law (the "Law" or the "Cybersecurity Law") continues to present many unanswered...

Jake Huang.

Foreign parties doing business in China - don't dismiss Chinese governing law and dispute resolution clauses

China - August 31 2017 Foreign investors into China may naturally assume that it is advantageous to seek the law and court with which they are familiar to govern their...

John Chung.

What the New Balance case means for those doing business in China

China - August 25 2017 In a landmark judgment in China, the global sports apparel brand, New Balance, has been awarded £1.2 million in damages and legal costs after...

Sophia Liu.