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PRC – Are Repeat Arbitration Proceedings Possible?
Can there be a second bite of the arbitral cherry? PRC Court gives guidance on repeat arbitration proceedings. Mr Xu Jinglin v Beijing Kingstar Fortune Co. Ltd
China
7 May 2019
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Protection Of Subrogation Rights – The Chinese Insurance Law Interpretation IV, September 2018
China adopts a civil law system and there is no concept of binding case precedent. Judicial Interpretations, in particular those made by the Chinese Supreme Court, are important legal documents which must be referred by all lower Courts in adjudicating cases.
China
10 Dec 2018
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China Establishes International Commercial Courts To Resolve International Commercial Disputes
China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), launched in 2013, is well underway in increasing China's regional connectivity and stimulating trade.
China
30 Aug 2018
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Marine News - November 2017
Cyber-attacks and data breaches pose a serious threat to corporations. Recently, there have been a number of high profile attacks, perhaps the most notable of which for the marine industry ...
Worldwide
1 Dec 2017
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Arrest And Security For Foreign Court Proceedings – Clearing The Air On The Eurohope
In The Eurohope there was a charterparty containing an exclusive jurisdiction clause in favour of the High Court of London.
UK
21 Nov 2017
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Chinese Court Enforces A Foreign Judgement For The First Time On The Basis Of Reciprocity
China has for the longest time been known for adopting one of the most restrictive reciprocity systems in the world.
Worldwide
26 Apr 2017
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Marine News: October 2016
Quarterly updates form the marine sector. In the recent case of D'Amico Shipping Italia SPA v Endofa DMCC & Anor (2016), the Commercial Court looked at the issue of when freight is payable as a debt.
UK
7 Nov 2016
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The "Golden Landmark Case" – A New Dawn For Enforcement Of Foreign Arbitral Awards In China?
The dispute concerned a sale and purchase contract entered into between two PRC entities. Both of the entities were wholly foreign owned enterprises (categorized under PRC law as "WFOEs").
China
31 May 2016
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Enforcement Of Arbitral Awards In China
China as an emerging economic superpower is an active player in the field of arbitration. The enforcement of arbitral awards in China has become an important topic not only in the legal community but also for those looking to do business with Chinese companies.
China
7 Sep 2015
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The Supreme People's Court Issues Guidance On CIETAC's Jurisdiction
In late 2012, South China Sub-Commission broke away from CIETAC Beijing and changed its name to Shenzhen Centre of International Arbitration (SCIA)...
China
20 Jul 2015
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Validity Of Chinese Arbitrations Administered By Non-Chinese Arbitration Institutions
In an earlier case, the Supreme People's Court ("SPC") ruled invalid an arbitration clause that provided for ICC-administered proceedings seated in Shanghai.
China
3 Jun 2015
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The New CIETAC Arbitration Rules 2015
The China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission recently revised its 2012 Arbitration Rules and will implement its new 2015 Arbitration Rules with effect from 1 January 2015.
China
2 Jan 2015
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The Recently Amended PRC Civil Procedure Law
The PRC Civil Procedure Law was recently amended during the 28th Session of the Standing Committee of the 11th National People's Congress on 31 August 2012 and the amendments came into effect on 1 January 2013.
China
25 Jan 2013
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Good News For Indian International Arbitration (But With A Sting In Its Tail)
The Supreme Court Decision in Bharat Aluminium -v- Kaiser Aluminium Technical Services ("Bharat").
India
5 Oct 2012
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The Importance Of Time Limits In Shipbuilding Contracts – Seller’s Action Time-Barred Due To Failure To Institute Arbitration Proceedings Timeously
A Shipbuilding Contract typically provides for arbitration instead of litigation as its dispute resolution mechanism.
China
16 Mar 2011
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The Importance Of Time Limits In Shipbuilding Contracts – Seller’s Action Time-Barred Due To Failure To Institute Arbitration Proceedings Timeously
A Shipbuilding Contract typically provides for arbitration instead of litigation as its dispute resolution mechanism.
China
16 Mar 2011
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