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Readers are invited to join us next week for GAR Live: Hong Kong, which will consider the developing balance between Asian arbitral hubs, seminal court decisions over the past year and best practice when faced with challenging case scenarios. There will also be a keynote address by David W Rivkin, HKIAC co-chair and partner at Debevoise & Plimpton.
21 October 2021
A Hong Kong court has granted an injunction in aid of a CIETAC claim over a share transfer that was terminated on the grounds of covid-19 and “deteriorating Sino-US relations”.
20 October 2021
Withers has continued growing its Asian international arbitration practice with the hire of Joseph Chu as partner from Simmons & Simmons in Hong Kong.
24 August 2021
A recently launched Swiss disputes funder is backing a “landmark” HKIAC claim that a group of traders are preparing against cryptocurrency exchange Binance for losses they incurred when its platform crashed.
19 August 2021
A Hong Kong court has enforced a Lebanese steel trader’s LCIA award against a Chinese state-owned entity that was found to have used “guerrilla tactics” in the arbitration after its parent company went bankrupt.
17 August 2021
Three Fangda lawyers – partner Diane Peng in Beijing and counsel Matthew Townsend and Fabian Roday in Hong Kong – summarise 5 real life cases in which they have obtained interim relief in mainland China in support of Hong Kong-seated arbitrations, highlighting the requirements, pitfalls and best practices.
20 July 2021
A Hong Kong judge has for a second time refused to restrain Mayer Brown partner Thomas So from acting as sole arbitrator in an HKIAC dispute over a law firm, striking out “vexatious” allegations that he acted dishonestly and in bad faith.
07 July 2021
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has revealed that, in the past eight years, the average arbitration at the centre has lasted 13 months, from date of commencement to date of the award or decision, and cost US$64,606.
29 June 2021
A Hong Kong court has upheld an award in favour of a satellite operator after finding that it is up to arbitrators to decide whether a party has complied with pre-conditions to arbitration in an escalation clause – a ruling that counsel say could have a “far reaching” impact in other UNCITRAL Model Law jurisdictions.
23 June 2021
Sapna Jhangiani QC of Clyde & Co and Jarret Huang of the Singapore Management University School of Law look at a recent decision of the Singapore Court of Appeal that adds to debate on the role of indemnity costs in unsuccessful applications to set aside arbitral awards, comparing the court’s approach to those of the Hong Kong and English courts.
17 June 2021
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