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03 January 2019
02 January 2019
The Hong Kong Court of First Instance has partially remitted an HKIAC award in a construction dispute to a sole arbitrator for reconsideration after finding it was marred by serious irregularity.
20 November 2018
The former chair of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre Teresa Cheng SC is expected to join Hong Kong’s government next month as its new justice secretary.
11 December 2017
Hong Kong’s highest court has refused to hear a challenge to the constitutionality of the territory’s arbitration ordinance by AIG, as the US insurer seeks to set aside an ICC award ordering the return of a US$475 million sale deposit.
06 November 2017
Tribunals don’t come together of their own choosing – rather like an arranged marriage, the arbitrators are brought together by others in expectation that they will co-operate and “produce something”, Michael Moser told GAR Live Hong Kong yesterday. How do you ensure the marriage works?
19 October 2017
Now under new leadership, the Hong Kong Arbitration Charity Ball has raised record funds for charities in Hong Kong that support exploited domestic workers and cage home dwellers.
18 October 2017
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has named former Shearman & Sterling associate Wesley Pang as its second managing counsel, as it expands its secretariat following an upsurge in new cases.
19 September 2017
An Australian mining company has won enforcement in Beijing of an HKIAC award against a Chinese company over a breached share purchase agreement relating to a South African gold mine.
27 July 2017
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