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The Chinese firm is acting in a billion-dollar real estate dispute Based in Beijing and Shanghai, Hui Zhong Law Firm was founded in 2013 as one of the first Chinese law firms to specialize in dispute resolution and has significant experience in the field thanks to its senior partners.
Hui Zhong Law Firm (Hui Zhong) is pleased to announce that Mr. LIU Jing, the former Deputy Secretary-General and Chief Representative of the Shagnghai Office of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), is joining Hui Zhong as a senior counsel. Mr. Liu is based in Hui Zhong’s Shanghai office and will assume his position on…
by Fei Ning, Zhang Hongwu and Lu Lifeng [This article is available only in Chinese.]
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By Wang Shengchang and Ji Ning This article discusses a recent ruling by the Singapore Appellate Court on an arbitration case brought by Sanum (a company in Macau) against Laos, in which the applicability of the investment protection treaty between China and Laos has been addressed. This article is only available in Chinese.
Hui Zhong Law Firm announced today the addition of Mr. Qiu Ming, a former Supreme People’s Court judge, who is now a partner of the Beijing-based prominent dispute resolution boutique. Mr. Qiu worked for and sat on the bench of the Supreme People’s Court for nearly 10 years and was primarily involved in civil trial…
Hui Zhong Law Firm today announced that Ms. Jiang Hong, a veteran in international commercial arbitration as well as international maritime arbitration, has joined the dispute resolution boutique as a partner. Ms. Jiang spent 20 years with China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) and China Maritime Arbitration Commission (CMAC), where she served as…