A major Chinese technology firm has fallen into troubled waters with the U.S. Department of Commerce due to violations of U.S. economic sanctions...
A major Chinese technology firm has fallen into troubled waters with the U.S. Department of Commerce due to violations of U.S. economic sanctions against certain foreign nations.
The growth in cross-border commercial and investment activity in the Asia Pacific, particularly with the rising economy of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), has resulted in a...
The recent release of the 2017-2018 Annual Asia-Pacific Report on Investor-State Dispute Settlement and Transparency serves as a reminder of how transparency has become an accepted feature of...
The Japanese government recently announced that it is proposing to establish a new dedicated dispute resolution centre in Tokyo.
China is now regarded as the number one economic superpower by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on the basis of gross domestic product (GDP), surpassing the United States....
A report and recommendations following the Hong Kong SAR Belt & Road Summit
While there is no universal approach to costs awards in international arbitration, “costs follow the event” is the starting point for most tribunals.
Article 21 of the Spanish Arbitration Act (AA), governing the civil liability of arbitrators, has been receiving considerable attention
Investors journeying along Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries will be wary of the operational, political and legal risks that come along on the route.
2017 was a big year for the rule of law in China. We saw many legal initiatives aimed at expanding and improving options for cross border dispute resolution.
Corporate executives may bear personal liability for absence of a compliance program.
Organized into 19 stand-alone law topics, this article presents perspectives and on-the-ground experience from an experienced legal counsel in China.