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Major reforms to Australia’s foreign investment framework coming in 2021: Are we ‘paying’ too much for the national security fortress?

Dispute Resolution & Litigation

Costs in international arbitration

While there is no universal approach to costs awards in international arbitration, “costs follow the event” is the starting point for most tribunals.

12 April 2018
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Civil liability of arbitrators - The recent approach Spanish Supreme Court

Article 21 of the Spanish Arbitration Act (AA), governing the civil liability of arbitrators, has been receiving considerable attention

12 April 2018
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A practical guide to Chinese investor protections along the Belt and Road

Investors journeying along Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries will be wary of the operational, political and legal risks that come along on the route.

12 April 2018
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China year in review: where we have been and where we are going

2017 was a big year for the rule of law in China. We saw many legal initiatives aimed at expanding and improving options for cross border dispute resolution.

12 April 2018
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Analysis of the Sapin II Law in France

Corporate executives may bear personal liability for absence of a compliance program.

24 November 2017
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A Lawyer's guide to working in China

Organized into 19 stand-alone law topics, this article presents perspectives and on-the-ground experience from an experienced legal counsel in China.

15 November 2017
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CIETAC Investment Arbitration Rules seek to fill a gap in Chinese investment treaty disputes

CIETAC's new rules intend to support the independent and impartial resolution of international investment disputes between investors and host countries.

15 November 2017

Maritime injunctions - a weapon against anti-suit injunctions?

This is the first case to reveal the Chinese court's attitude towards the anti-suit injunctions of "foreign" courts.

23 October 2017
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The Choice of Court Agreement and Its Implications on China

The Convention will be legally binding on China.

21 September 2017

Establishing Medical Facilities in China: Redleaf Case Study

Government supervision of medical institutions has become increasingly stringent.

12 September 2017
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Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in China: Progress and Challenges Go Hand-in-hand

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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What Should Lawyers Redact in Corporate Internal Investigations under the Cyber Security Law?

More is required than simply removing state secrets to meet legal requirements.

04 September 2017
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