A prevailing party’s rights and interests can only be protected if the final judgment or the award in question is enforced. If the losing party fails to voluntarily comply with the judgment or award, applying to a competent court for compulsory enforcement will be necessary. In contrast, the legitimate interests of a losing party of a “defective” arbitral award can only be effectively protected by judicial review by a competent court, which is empowered to cancel or refuse the enforcement of the award that fails to meet the “due process” requirements. In the game of enforcement and “anti-enforcement”, the involvement of lawyers is of vital importance.
Our lawyers have represented clients on either side of the battle. In the practice of enforcement, our major practice includes:
- Enforcement of Judgments
- Enforcement of Arbitration Awards
- Enforcement of Other Legal Instruments