Legal Influencer

Q1 | 2019

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  • Q1 | 2019 in Dispute resolution - Asia-Pacific


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Singapore High Court holds that arbitration clause misnaming an arbitral institution is valid

Singapore - April 7 2022 The Singapore High Court has interpreted a potentially defective arbitration clause, which selected the “China International Arbitration Center” (a…

Tomas Furlong

Pays to win - Hong Kong arbitrations set for success fee shake-up

Hong Kong - April 4 2022 In a widely-welcomed move, Hong Kong has published a bill that would allow lawyers to agree results-based fees for arbitration work in the territory…

Kathryn Sanger

Hong Kong gazettes success fee Bill

Hong Kong - March 28 2022 Hong Kong has officially published a Bill that would allow lawyers to agree outcome-based fees for arbitration work in the territory. If, as expected…

Kathryn Sanger

Inside arbitration- Perspectives on cross-border disputes

Global - February 23 2022 2022 opened with continued uncertainty in the global fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. The closure of Borders and various levels of lockdowns…

Louise Barber, Chiara Cilento, Elizabeth Kantor, Paula Hodges KC, Simon Chapman KC, Christian Leathley, Sophia Li, Lucila Marchini, Arushie Marwah, Charlie Morgan, Gitta Satryani, Debby Sulaiman, May Tai, Helen Tang, Craig Tevendale, Weina Ye

Inside Arbitration: Proposed Amendments to China's Arbitration Law: a sign of internationalisation?

China - February 22 2022 The current Arbitration Law of the People’s Republic of China (Arbitration Law) was promulgated in 1994. Except for cosmetic amendments made in 2009…

Sophia Li, Helen Tang, Weina Ye