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Q1 | 2019

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  • Q1 | 2019 in Dispute resolution - Asia-Pacific


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PRC court clarifies enforcement of Mainland award made by foreign institution

China, Hong Kong - September 21 2020 On 6 August 2020, Guangzhou Intermediate People’s Court made a civil ruling that an arbitral award made in Guangzhou by the ICC should be regarded as...

Stella Hu, Weina Ye, Helen Tang.

Beijing to open to foreign arbitral institutions

China - September 14 2020 On 7 September 2020, the State Council of China published a policy paper on opening up the services sector in Beijing (“Work Plan for Deepening...

Weina Ye, Helen Tang.

Dispute resolution and governing law clauses for China-related commercial contracts

China - September 3 2020 Chinese law restricts both the choice of law and the types of dispute resolution mechanisms that can be used in China-related commercial contracts...

Stella Hu, Weina Ye, Eunice Bai, Celine Wang, Kathryn Sanger, May Tai, Hew Kian Heong, Michelle Li, Cathy Liu, Helen Tang, Simon Chapman, Brenda Horrigan, Dominic Geiser.

Government launches pilot scheme on facilitation for persons participating in arbitral proceedings in Hong Kong

Hong Kong - July 2 2020 On 29 June 2020, the Hong Kong Government launched a Pilot Scheme on Facilitation for Persons Participating in Arbitral Proceedings in Hong Kong...

Kathryn Sanger, May Tai, Simon Chapman.

Hong Kong court makes hadkinson order and imposes security against Chinese billionaire

Hong Kong - May 21 2020 The Hong Kong Court of First Instance has granted a so-called “Hadkinson order”, adjourning an application to resist enforcement of CIETAC arbitral...

Kathryn Sanger, Simon Chapman.