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Taking Stock of Hong Kong as an Arbitral Seat

Hong Kong - December 17 2020 Counsel and arbitrators give their take on why Hong Kong remains a world class arbitral seat of choice…

Charles Claypoole, Philip Clifford, Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert

Chinese Court Decision Reinforces Need for Clear and Precise Drafting of China-Related Arbitration Agreements

China, Global - October 15 2020 Shijiazhuang Intermediate People’s Court declares arbitration agreement providing for ICC Rules arbitration seated in China invalid…

Oliver Browne, Isuru Devendra

Successfully Tackling LIBOR Phase-Out in International Arbitration

Global, United Kingdom, USA - August 7 2020 The discontinuation of LIBOR in 2022 may pose a risk to arbitration proceedings. Preparation is key to a smooth transition…

John Adam, Oliver Browne, Charles Claypoole, Philip Clifford, Sophie Lamb, Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Claudia T. Salomon, Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert

International Arbitration: Focus on Chinese Counter-Parties

China, Global, Hong Kong - October 29 2019 Given recent developments, parties with cross-border agreements and arbitration with Chinese counter-parties should look to Hong Kong as a seat of…

John Adam, Melanie M. Blunschi, Oliver Browne, Sophie Lamb, Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Claudia T. Salomon

Arbitration formalities in Hong Kong

Hong Kong - July 25 2019 A brief overview of the basics of arbitration in Hong Kong, including formalities and procedural requirements.

Chi Ho Kwan