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Chinese legal pioneers

A tribute to Chinese legal pioneers in common law jurisdictions

Singapore convention on mediation

Cross-border settlement can be directly enforced in the courts of signatories

Wigs and robes

The practices concerning court dress in common law jurisdictions and China

BRI and China’s International Commercial Courts

Some comparisons can be made between the old silk road and modern Belt and Road Initiative

Commissions of inquiry

The role and powers of commissions of inquiry

Amicus Curiae

The role and purpose of an amicus curiae in common law jurisdictions, civil law jurisdictions and areas of international law


Judicial mediation

Judicial mediation in civil law and common law jurisdictions


Evidence collection in common law jurisdictions and in China

Document destruction

When can lawyers or their clients destroy documents that relate to judicial proceedings

Choice of court

In some jurisdiction, it is very difficult to enforce a court judgment

State immunity

The doctrine of state immunity and how it is interpreted



At a crossroads

Should homebuyers still take the RERA route in insolvencies?


Bridges not barriers

Was walking away from RCEP negotiations a mistake?


COVID-19: What’s your plan?

The legal challenges posed by working in the shadow of an outbreak

senior executives

C-suite sanction

Preparing your executives for doing time in Asia


Malaysia’s top 100 lawyers 2020

Asia Business Law Journal reveals Malaysia’s best private practice lawyers


Flight of the black swan

A dark year ahead for China legal, but there are positives