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Crossing Borders

Case Report: Recent developments in international arbitration in Australia

Australia is shaping up as a proximate, reliable and neutral seat for international arbitration stemming from China’s Belt and Road.

24 May 2017
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Cards on the table? Thoughts on disclosure of third party funding

As more jurisdictions permit third party funding of international arbitration, the question of whether details of the funding must be disclosed arises ever more frequently.

24 May 2017
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Recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in the PRC: What is the reality and what to expect?

The ability to enforce foreign arbitral awards in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) will be a key issue for these companies and their Belt and Road counterparties

24 May 2017
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China’s Belt and Road: An overview

Economic cooperation and partnership, building a trade and infrastructure network connecting China, Central Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe and Russia

24 May 2017
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A Belt and Road conversation with Dr Wang Wenying, Secretary General of CIETAC HK and Sarah Grimmer, Secretary General of HKIAC

The Belt and Road initiative in Hong Kong and what it means for China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission and Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre

24 May 2017
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Managing risk along the Belt and Road of opportunity

With such an ambitious framework that is projected to see significant numbers of infrastructure and other projects set up under its auspices comes unchartered risks

24 May 2017
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Show me the money: Impact of the Australian insolvency regime on the enforcement of obligations and awards

A US$12.35 million award has unwittingly become caught between the United States and Australian insolvency regimes.

04 October 2016
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Plotting the course: Dealing with uncertainty-disputes post-Brexit vote

The impact of the Brexit vote on issues resulting from long term, multi-party infrastructure projects.

15 September 2016
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Enforcing arbitral awards in the UAE – the law and practice as at 2016

Consideration of the evolution of the UAE enforcement regime, focusing in particular on enforcing international arbitral awards in the region.

15 September 2016
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Enforcing arbitration awards: the how, the why and latest developments

The ability to enforce an arbitration award is key - we explore your options and key pitfalls.

15 September 2016
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Brexit and Arbitration: shaken but not stirred

The impact of the Brexit vote on the practice of international arbitration in England.

15 September 2016
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Enforcing foreign arbitral awards in China – a review of the past twenty years

A review and analysis of PRC court orders on applications to recognize and enforce foreign arbitral awards in China over the past 20 years.

15 September 2016
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Download Crossing Borders: International Arbitration Insights - Where will we be in 2028?

Crossing Borders is a periodic review of developments in international arbitration across the world. Included in this special 10th edition, we explore what arbitrations will be like going into 2028 - where, how and by whom disputes will be decided.

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