Hui Zhong Law Firm, Beijing
Suite 516, North Tower, Beijing Kerry Centre
1 Guanghua Road
Chaoyang District, Beijing 100020
People’s Republic of China
Direct Line: +86-10-5639-9588
Mr. Fei specializes in commercial arbitration and litigation. He sits as arbitrator of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Committee (CIETAC), arbitrator of Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), and Council Member of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), a title vested to persons from mainland China for the first time in history.
Mr. Fei has represented both Chinese and foreign clients in over a hundred commercial arbitration and litigation cases before domestic and overseas arbitral tribunals as well as PRC courts at various levels including the Supreme People’s Court. He has also participated in arbitral proceedings administered by HKIAC, SIAC, Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) and London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) as arbitrator, counsel and expert witness. Furthermore, Mr. Fei advises foreign clients on foreign direct investment, mergers and acquisitions, real estate development in China as well as other forms of cross-border trade and economic activities.
Since 2006，Mr. Fei has been ranked by Chambers and Partners as one of the top dispute resolution lawyers in China. The Chambers Asia Pacific Guide 2015 ranked Mr. Fei as Band 1 lawyer in the fields of arbitration and general dispute resolution in China. Chambers and Partners remarked that “Fei Ning of Huizhong Law Firm maintains a highly regarded commercial arbitration practice in Beijing, which he balances with various management responsibilities.”
Bachelor’s Degree, Nanjing Institute of Chemical Technology, Nanjing, China (1983)
Graduate Program on International Commercial Law, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing, China (1993) LL.M.
University of London, England (1998)
Hui Zhong Law Firm (2013-present)
Jun He Law Offices (2008-2013)
Haiwen & Partners (1993-2008)
People’s Republic of China (1994)
Fluent in English and Mandarin (Native)