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In the second session of this series, we will look at the evolving attitudes of the PRC judiciary to Mainland China seated arbitrations administered by foreign institutions and the recent policies issued by the PRC government permitting foreign arbitral institutions to set up case management offices in Mainland China.


The audience will hear about the developments, the remaining uncertainties and the factors users need to take into account where reference is made to foreign arbitration institutions administering cases in Mainland China.

Key points include:

  1. The direction of the PRC courts: Dasung and Brentwood case
  2. The PRC government approach: The policies in Lin-Gang and Beijing
  3. What still needs to be clarified and how to achieve more certainty
  4. What users should take into account when referring arbitration to a foreign arbitration institution in Mainland China

Language: English


  • Jern-Fei Ng QC (Queen's Counsel at 7BR Barristers Chambers)

    Jern-Fei Ng QC

    Queen's Counsel at 7BR Barristers Chambers

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  • Jingzhou Tao (Arbitrator at Arbitration Chambers)

    Jingzhou Tao

    Arbitrator at Arbitration Chambers

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  • Dr. Ling Yang (Moderator) (Deputy Secretary-General and Chief Representative of the Shanghai Office at HKIAC)

    Dr. Ling Yang (Moderator)

    Deputy Secretary-General and Chief Representative of the Shanghai Office at HKIAC

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