Partner Keith Brandt and senior managing associate Michael Kan in Dentons' Hong Kong office, have authored the China chapter for the sixth edition of the International Arbitration Review, an annual review of the international arbitration sector.

This chapter highlights a few changes regarding the CIETAC (China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission)'s arbitration rules which reflect the latest international trends. Given Dentons' strong Chinese presence and expertise, our lawyers have an in-depth understanding of foreign arbitration in China and are well positioned to advise on drafting dispute settlement provisions throughout arbitral proceedings.

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