Dai Yue

Areas of practice

Ms. Dai is a partner in the Dispute Resolution & Litigation Group. She specialises in cross-border commercial arbitration and litigation. 

Ms. Dai is highly experienced in handling international commercial arbitration and litigation cases involving financial, equity, trade, product quality and construction disputes before the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, the Beijing Arbitration Commission, the International Chamber of Commerce International Court of Arbitration, the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and the PRC courts at all levels.

Ms. Dai specialises in representing clients in significant, complex and thorny litigation cases involving financial disputes over financial loans, private equity investment, asset management, trust and financial derivatives, and other corporate disputes over corporate control, equity transfer, valuation adjustment mechanism (VAM) agreements, resolution effectiveness, liquidation and dissolution. In resolving these cases, Ms. Dai is flexible in providing practical and integrated solutions, and assisting clients in achieving their business objectives. 

From 2005 to 2009, Ms. Dai provided regular legal services for the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Games of the 29th Olympiad, including contract review and negotiation, risk control and dispute resolution. She won the Outstanding Contribution to Chaoyang Judicial and Administrative Security for Olympic Games award from the Bureau of Justice of Chaoyang District.

Ms. Dai also serves as an expert consultant on civil administrative cases as invited by the Supreme People's Procuratorate, and serves as a member of the third panel of legal experts of China Banking Association.

Work experience

Ms. Dai joined King & Wood Mallesons in 2005.

Ms. Dai attained her LL.B. and LL.M from China Foreign Affairs University and University of Washington School of Law, respectively. She is qualified to practice law in China and the state of Washington of the United States.

Ms. Dai’s working languages are Chinese and English.


Legal insights

The Court ruled that a US civil court ruling was to be recognized as legally binding on Chinese soil.

06 September 2017

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