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SPC’s New Judicial Interpretations Strengthens Protection of Domestic Arbitral Awards

China - February 8 2018 China’s Supreme People’s Court (“SPC“) recently issued two pieces of judicial interpretations, namely, the Provisions of the Supreme People’s Court on...

Li Haifeng, Anthony K.S. Poon, Simon Hui, Peng Shen.


SPC's New Judicial Interpretations Strengthens Protection of Domestic Arbitral Awards

China - January 29 2018 China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) recently issued two pieces of judicial interpretations, namely, the Provisions of the Supreme People's Court on...

Paul Teo, Anthony K.S. Poon, Simon Hui, Peng Shen.


New Arbitration Provisions Confirm that IP Disputes are Arbitrable in Hong Kong

Hong Kong - January 12 2018 On 1 January 2018, new provisions in the Arbitration Ordinance have come into force to confirm that all disputes relating to intellectual property...

Paul Teo.


Hong Kong Court Grants Receivership Order in Aid of a PRC-Seated CIETAC Arbitration

Hong Kong - August 1 2017 The Hong Kong courts can issue interim orders in aid of foreign (including the PRC) seated arbitrations, which can be useful in preserving assets and...

Gillian Lam, Paul Teo, Anthony K.S. Poon, Andrew KN Chin.


Hong Kong Passes Law to Allow Third Party Funding for Arbitration and Related Proceedings

Hong Kong - July 9 2017 On 23 June 2017, the landmark Arbitration and Mediation Legislation (Third Party Funding) (Amendment) Ordinance 2017 (“Amendment Ordinance“) was...

Paul Teo.