Apart from judgments dealing with divorce and custodial issues, only a small number of published cases have been identified involving attempts to enforce monetary judgments entered in China in U.S. courts. A recent decision from the Central District of California is a landmark in the recognition of Chinese decisions.

By Ge Yan, Partner, Cross Border Dispute Resolution


Continue Reading Landmark International Products Liability Case Decided in China and Reinforced by US Federal District Court

As of August 1st, Hong Kong and The Mainland were able to recognize and enforce commercial contracts, in accordance with the “Jurisdiction Agreement”  stated in “Arrangement between the Mainland of China and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Courts for Mutual Recognition and Implementation of Judgment on Civil-Commercial Cases under Agreement Jurisdiction." 

By Xu Xiaodan, King & Wood’s International Litigation & Arbitration Group

 

Continue Reading Crossing the Border Provides No Refuge from the New Mutually Recognized Commercial Contract Law