The HKIAC publishes an update on the Arrangement concerning Mutual Assistance for interim measures between Hong Kong and the Mainland, highlighting its continued success.
The HK Court confirms an earlier decision holding that there is no provision in the Arrangement Concerning Mutual Enforcement of Arbitral Awards that the limitation period should not run while a successful party seeks to enforce an award in China.
Practitioners regularly encounter time bar and limitations issues when seeking to enforce or resist enforcement …Continue Reading
Baker McKenzie review China’s Supreme People’s Court Provisions on Issues related to Enforcement of Arbitral …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review a decision of the Shanghai No.1 Intermediate Court (not released to …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review the July 2017 decision from the Beijing No. 4 Intermediate People’s …Continue Reading
King & Wood Mallesons review the arbitration enforcement landscape in China, dealing with issues such …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review the December 2016 decision in Ennead Architects International LLP v. Fuli …Continue Reading
King & Wood Mallesons provide a useful review of the arbitration enforcement regime under the …Continue Reading
King & Wood Mallesons review two cases – Ye v Zeng  FCA 1192 and …Continue Reading