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Chinas International Commercial Courts hear first cases
Friday, 8th June 2019

"Almost a year since their high profile establishment in June 2018, the International Commercial Courts of the Supreme People’s Court (CICC) have recently conducted hearings on the first cases that were submitted to the CICC.O...


Chinas Belt And Road Initiative: Opportunities But Some Risks!
Tuesday, 22nd May 2019

"China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), now heading into its 7th year, is a hugely ambitious undertaking by China and participating nations; with the aim of greatly improving regional connectivity, facilitating trade and mutual understanding i...


Dispute resolution focus on legal risk prevention in financial markets
Wednesday, 9th May 2019

"The principle of good faith lives in the process of dispute resolution. Where a decision faces different choices, the choice that lets the party prevail in good faith should be picked


GBCC, Centre for Common Law hold workshop on commercial dispute resolution in Beijing
Sunday, 15th April 2019

"Executive SummaryOn Tuesday 18 March 2019, the Great Britain-China Centre and the Centre for Common Law at Renmin University of China held an interactive ...


Fishery representatives walk out of mediation
Thursday, 5th April 2019

"A group of Fishery Association representatives yesterday walked out of a government-hosted mediation meeting to protest a proposal to allow leisure fishing in fishing and commercial ports.The meeting was held in Keelung’s Badouzi Port (å…...


5 factors driving the Chinese lawtech boom
Thursday, 5th April 2019

"The second largest economy globally has legal innovations the world should hear about. In enhancing access to justice, China is developing a vibrant emerging market for “lawtech” or “legaltech” (technology for delivering ...


Hong Kong or Singapore: who to trust on China’s belt and road disputes?
Thursday, 29th March 2019

"China’s multibillion-dollar Belt and Road Initiative includes some of the world’s most complex infrastructure projects – ports, pipelines and railways stretching from Beijing to Berlin. As the initiative intensifies, so too ha...


China promotes commerce chambers role in resolving private economic disputes
Monday, 29th January 2019

"BEIJING, Jan. 27 (Xinhua) -- China is encouraging its chambers of commerce to play a bigger role in resolving economic disputes in the private sector in a bid to promote healthy development. It is necessary to cultivate mediation organizations ...


AnJie hires dispute resolution expert from Haiwen
Sunday, 21st January 2019

"AnJie Law Firm has hired dispute resolution expert Dan Li as senior counsel in Beijing from Haiwen Law Firm. Li’ specialises in civil and commercial dispute resolution with a particular focus on insurance, reinsurance, financial asset man...


Joint LLM in International Commercial Law and Dispute Resolution
Friday, 12th January 2019

"At the Forefront of China-US Trade and Business Law China and the United States share the world’s largest economic relationship, with annual trade in the hundreds of billions of dollars, and bilateral investment in the tens of bi...


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