Chinese Arbitration Law
Author(s): Peter Yuen, Damien McDonald, Arthur Dong
Publication Date: 29 July 2015
Anyone dealing with Commercial Arbitration in China will understand the complexities and areas of uncertainty that exist. Chinese Arbitration Law is a detailed treatment and explanation of the law and practice.
Introducing the first edition of Chinese Arbitration Law
Anyone dealing with Commercial Arbitration in China will understand the complexities and areas of uncertainty that exist. Chinese Arbitration Law is a detailed treatment and explanation of the law and practice. This indispensable work provides guidance on the most common and widely debated legal issues concerning Arbitration in China. Its universal appeal ensures corporate and private practitioners from across the globe are well equipped on Arbitration procedure in the PRC.
About the book:
Chinese Arbitration Law focuses on the law and practice of arbitration in China. It deals with the whole range of China practice issues from pre-commencement considerations and interim remedies to jurisdictional challenges to practice and procedure to the enforcement of awards. It also contains guidance on the emerging and important area of China related investment treaty disputes. It is written by leading Chinese and international arbitration lawyers in China and Hong Kong.
Table of contents
1 Introduction to Chinese Arbitration Law
2 History of Arbitration in China
3 The Chinese Legal Framework
4 The Arbitration Agreement
5 Commencing the Arbitration, Limitation Periods and Interim Measures
6 The Tribunal
7 Jurisdictional Challenges
8 The Arbitration Commission in China
9 The Arbitration Proceeding
11 China-related Investment Arbitration
12 The Award
13 The Setting Aside and Enforcement of Awards in China