The HKIAC publishes an update on the Arrangement concerning Mutual Assistance for interim measures between Hong Kong and the Mainland, highlighting its continued success.
A useful overview of the substantive considerations available to a tribunal when determining whether grant security for costs.
The Arrangement concerning Mutual Assistance for interim measures, empowering Chinese courts to order interim measures in support of HK-seated arbitrations came into effect on 1 October and has already been used.
Norton Rose Fulbright observe that most major institutional arbitral rules provide avenues for interim relief via emergency arbitrators, expedited arbitral appointment or expedited proceedings and question whether it is still worth looking to the courts for interim relief in construction arbitrations.Continue Reading
Beale & Co provide a brief overview of security for costs applications in arbitration proceedings, …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review four decisions from Malaysia’s Court of Appeal relating to applications made …Continue Reading
Norton Rose Fulbright’s May 2019 IA Report focusses on arbitration in the construction industry. The …Continue Reading
The April 2019 agreement between the Hong Kong Government and China’s Supreme People’s Court will …Continue Reading
As noted in the updates from Linklaters and Baker McKenzie the April 2019 Arrangement concerning …Continue Reading
In a significant legal development, on 2 April 2019, the Hong Kong Government and the …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review the August 2018 decision of the English Commercial Court, where the Court …Continue Reading
Baker McKenzie review the Hong Kong High Court’s 27 June 2017 decision in Chen Hong …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review the Hong Kong High Court’s decision in Chen Hongqing v Mi …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills reviews an ICSID tribunal’s rejection of a State’s application for security for …Continue Reading