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China Business Law Journal - October 2019

Volume 10, Issue 9

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In this issue

Adding a little China wisdom

Chinese arbitration has formed and developed several unique practices and experiences

Customized designs of arbitration clauses

By Li Fei and Wang Gongjing, Langfang Arbitration Commission

Meltdown?

As competition heats up, how will law firms avoid low-cost chaos?
compliance

How Chinese companies ensure compliance overseas

By Cui Haiyan, Zhejiang Brighteous Law Firm
arbitration

China’s arbitration quid pro quo

Mainland institutions should seek to introduce the “China experience” to their global counterparts

hangzhou

Courting the internet

How Alibaba plays role in the establishment of Hangzhou Internet Court

cloud

Applying ‘safe harbour principle’ to cloud service providers

By Wang Yaxi and Xiang Li, Yuanhe Partners
dispute

ADR for commercial disputes in China

By Quan Zhaohui and Mo Xinying, ETR Law Firm
court

Wigs and robes

The practices concerning court dress in common law jurisdictions and China

Information disclosure of private funds

By Catherine Chen and Huang Yi'An, Zhong Lun Law Firm
arbitration

A meeting of the ways

Bringing the arbitration rules in line with international practice has long been a mainstream topic

arbitration

Arbitration practice keeps evolving

Arbitration practice in mainland China evolves in a way that reflects its local characteristics

china

Cost of keeping clients

This issue features our annual report on Chinese law firms’ legal services fees

arbitrate

Arbitrate, or petition for winding-up?

By Cheung Kwok Kit, Deacons
loans

Applying for Exim Bank of China’s overseas loans

By Wang Jihong and Wu Peng, Zhong Lun Law Firm
杭州, Hangzhou skyline view

Tech transition

How law firms tailor services for Hangzhou’s fast development

Arbitration

‘Them and us’, or ‘all of us’?

Arbitration in the modern sense is an imported product for China

antitrust

Response to antitrust litigation in China

By Huang Wei and Zhou Wen, Tian Yuan Law Firm
arbitration

The road to broader engagement

Arbitration gives parties greater flexibility for the efficient resolution of their international disputes