Litigation and Arbitration

China litigation arbitration lawyers

As China’s relationship with the outside world continues to deteriorate (especially with the United States and to a lesser extent with Europe) the number of lawsuits and potential lawsuits between Chinese and foreign companies is on the upswing. There is an old saying about how lawyers do best in times of great change and that

China lawyers
Because of this blog, our China lawyers get a fairly steady stream of China law questions from readers, mostly via emails but occasionally via blog comments or phone calls as well. If we were to conduct research on all the questions we get asked and then comprehensively answer them, we would become overwhelmed. So we

International Arbitration Lawyers

On June 28, 2019, the United States Supreme Court (“Supreme Court”) agreed to resolve a key issue in international arbitration agreements: whether the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (the “Foreign Arbitral Award Convention”) permits a non-signatory to an arbitration agreement to compel arbitration against a signatory to arbitration

China entertainment lawyer

Our lead China entertainment attorney, Mathew Alderson (who Variety Magazine named as one of the 50 most influential entertainment lawyers) will be speaking on a panel at the Westin St. Francis, San Francisco, on June 28. The panel is entitled “The Impact of Regulatory Changes on China’s Entertainment Sector: Trends and Challenges.” Mathew’s

International litigation lawyer

Chinese companies love using China-style force majeure provisions to take advantage of foreign companies unfamiliar with Chinese law. Our China lawyers (mostly our China contract and dispute resolution lawyers) see this all the time. It is common for international contracts to include a force majeure provision, but those proposed by Chinese companies are anything but

International trade lawyersOn March 6, 2019, The American Kitchen Cabinet Alliance, consisting of 27 United States domestic producers, (Petitioner), filed antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) petitions against Wooden Cabinets and Vanities (“Wood Cabinets”) from China. A copy of that petition can be found here.

Under U.S. trade laws, a domestic industry can petition the U.S.