Legal Influencer

Q4 | 2018

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  • Q4 | 2018 in Dispute resolution - Asia-Pacific


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The usual suspects project: deciphering decision-making in arbitrator selection

Hong Kong - November 24 2022 The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) and Cortex Capital have launched a collaboration called ‘The Usual Suspects Project’ with the…

Simon Chapman KC, May Tai

Hong Kong Court Clarifies Threshold for Setting Aside Awards

Hong Kong - August 8 2022 A Hong Kong Court recently adopted a resoundingly pro-arbitration stance in a decision which emphasised the high thresholds of irregularity that…

Antony Crockett, Simon Chapman KC, May Tai, Briana Young

Deal or no deal? Bring disputes lawyers in early to close that deal

Asia-Pacific - July 25 2022 In the highly competitive Asia-Pacific market, savvy private equity firms are increasingly using dispute lawyers to create or defend value. A…

Tomas Furlong

HKIAC users gain additional route to mainland interim relief and enforcement

China, Hong Kong - July 6 2022 The Supreme Peoples’ Court of the People’s Republic of China (SPC) has recently announced that the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC)…

Peijing Gong, Simon Chapman KC, May Tai, Helen Tang, Weina Ye, Briana Young

Hong Kong one step closer to arbitration success fees

Hong Kong - June 30 2022 Amendments to the Arbitration Ordinance, gazetted today, are the latest stage in the process to allow lawyers to charge based on success in an…

Briana Young