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As Hong Kong’s legislature considers a bill to allow success fees in arbitration, Kathryn Sanger and Briana Young of Herbert Smith Freehills and Emily Tillett of Burford Capital consider how such fee structures may intersect with the legal finance industry.
13 May 2022
Hong Kong has published a bill that would allow success fees in arbitrations and related court proceedings, bringing the special administrative region in line with other major arbitral seats.
29 March 2022
As China celebrates the start of the Year of the Tiger, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has released its case figures for the Year of the Ox (2021), when 277 arbitrations were submitted to the centre featuring parties from 41 jurisdictions and with approximately US$7 billion in dispute.
11 February 2022
The Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong has recommended that a ban on success fees in arbitration should be lifted to bring the special administrative region in line with other major arbitral seats.
15 December 2021
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
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