The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators discusses the success factors of foreign arbitration models and how these can be applied to dispute resolution processes in China

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) held a meeting this month, organised by Ruby Zhang, economic officer with the British Consulate-General Shanghai, to assist the Shanghai Municipal Commission in identifying what is required to make the free trade zone a more attractive venue for international arbitrations.

CIArb member Simon Maynard (Allen and Overy), Paul Brumpton (White and Case), and Bing Yan (Skadden) provided insight into three key issues: the success of the English arbitration model, competition between key institutions, and the perspective of foreign parties on arbitration in China.

English arbitration model

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