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GAR: The Guide to M&A Arbitration – Third Edition (2021)

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M&A disputes can be unique in their hostility and complexity. We are delighted to share with you that King & Wood Mallesons has contributed both Mainland China and Hong Kong chapters for the third edition of Global Arbitration Review (GAR): The Guide to M&A Arbitration. 

This practical guide highlights what merger parties should think about when it comes to disputes, how to prevent these disputes and how best to resolve them. The guide is structured in two sections. Part I focuses on planning and procedural issues, covering everything from drafting clauses to how to structure contracts to minimise the potential for disputes. Part II offers a geographical survey of important differences in national laws that may affect the outcome of a dispute.

Please click on the links below to download the China Mainland and Hong Kong chapters. Feel free to contact one of the authors if you have any questions. 

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Authors

Download Hong Kong chapter

Paul Starr

Download China Mainland chapter

Ariel Ye and Huang Tao

KWM also acknowledges the contributions of our fantastic lawyers and fellow arbitration professionals to this Guide. 

Accreditation: These are extracts from the third edition of GAR's The Guide to M&A Arbitration. The whole publication is available here 

 

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