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No U-Turns Ahead: Singapore Court of Appeal holds that commencement of court proceedings may lose you the right to later rely on arbitration agreements

Singapore - January 31 2019 In the recent landmark decision of Marty Ltd v Hualon Corp (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd 2018 SGCA 63, the Singapore Court of Appeal held that the commencement...

Kathryn Sanger, May Tai, Alastair Henderson, Mike McClure, Peter Godwin, Gitta Satryani.

SPC issues provisions on action preservation in IP rights disputes

China - December 31 2018 The Supreme People’s Court of China (SPC) has released a new set of judicial interpretations concerning interim injunction applications for...

Stella Hu, May Tai, Helen Tang.

Supreme People’s Court Issues Rules of Procedure for the China International Commercial Courts

China - December 7 2018 On 1 July 2018, the Supreme People’s Court of China (SPC) promulgated Provisions on Several Issues Regarding the Establishment of International...

Stella Hu, Peter Chen, Helen Tang.

Hong Kong Courts refuse challenge to recognise mainland judgment under the Mainland Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Ordinance

Hong Kong - November 20 2018 In the case of Wang Qian Wei v 郭文雨 & 郭小琼 2018 HKCFI 2253, the 1st Defendant (a judgment debtor) opposed the Plaintiff’s (the judgment creditor)...

May Tai, Hew Kian Heong, Michelle Li, Gareth Thomas, Helen Tang, Dominic Geiser, Priya Aswani.

Hong Kong High Court Provides Guidance On The Enforcement Of Mainland Judgments In Hong Kong

Hong Kong - August 16 2018 The Hong Kong Court of First Instance (“CFI“) recently handed down judgment in Export-Import Bank of China v Taifeng Textile Group Co. Ltd and Another...

Rachel Yu, Dominic Geiser.