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05 July 2017 by
The research for this year’s Asialaw Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards 2017 is complete and the shortlists will be available on this page soon.
23 May 2017 by
Highlights from the annual event, now in its 14th year
12 May 2017 by
The government in the Australian state of Queensland could have to spend millions of dollars of taxpayers’ money on environmental liabilities of contaminated sites and has decided to change the law to stop that from happening in the future.
10 May 2017 by
China took steps earlier this year to attract more foreign investment by opening up more sectors of the economy, creating more even treatment between domestic and foreign companies, and giving more incentives to those investing in the central and northwestern regions.
09 May 2017 by
Latest partner moves and firm updates from Singapore, India, Hong Kong and Australia
19 April 2017 by
The research process for this year’s Asialaw Dispute Resolution Awards is under way. The awards will be presented at a dinner in Hong Kong in September.
12 April 2017 by
Insurance companies are bracing themselves for disruption in their industry by investing in insurtech startups. In Asia, Singapore and Hong Kong are leading hubs for insurtech. Companies such as FWD and MetLife have made investments in insurtech solutions and innovation hubs. The growing focus on the sector means that investors and startups have to start grasping the legal issues for this burgeoning sector, including regulatory, data privacy and IP.
06 April 2017 by
Jiangtao Ma and John Zou, of Dentons, give readers, especially Chinese companies, a brief understanding of the dispute resolution system in China, particularly if they do business with foreign investors
31 March 2017 by
Malaysia has replaced its companies legislation, which was around for more than 50 years. The new law makes it easier for companies to incorporate, bringing it more into line with international standards.
29 March 2017 by
Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy raises questions about how to resolve cross-border maritime restructuring and insolvency cases and the legal implications for the different organisations in the shipping industry when a bankruptcy occurs.