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After a sharp decline in the first quarter of 2020 due to COVID-19 lockdowns, China’s economy bounced back to grow in the second quarter and keeps growing in the third quarter pursuant to the National Bureau of ...
Investment Treaty Arbitration for Disputes on the Silk Road
In our article dated 9 March 2018, we discussed Harris J's decision in Lasmos v Southwest Pacific Bauxite (HK) Ltd, in which we acted for the company and successfully struck out a winding up petition in favour of an ...
In an unprecedented decision handed down on 30 June 2017, the Wuhan Intermediate People's Court recognised and enforced a judgment of the Los Angeles Superior Court in California for the first time in the case of Liu Li ...
International law firm Bird & Bird this week appoints David Chu as partner in Hong Kong, providing a significant boost to the firm’s International Dispute Resolution group.
Bird & Bird continues to keep clients and others informed about the impact brought about by COVID-19 in Hong Kong and Mainland China.
Consequently, this article summarises the law relating to force majeure in both ...
China: Mainland and Hong Kong finally agree on arrangement for the mutual taking of evidence
The device of contract serves a pivotal role in our legal and economic systems. The promotion of clarity, security and the management of risk are among the many reasons why contracts
Court of Appeal upholds landmark ruling on insider dealing offences against former solicitors