This paper presents a preview of arbitration and particularly the arbitral process as it is practiced in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. The Hong Kong model will thus be the emphasis of this presentation. The paper begins by distinguishing arbitration from other forms of alternative dispute resolution (hereinafter “ADR”). This will be followed by an overview of arbitration practice in Hong Kong. Finally, by way of comparison, the paper concludes with an introductory discussion of arbitration law and practice in the People’s Republic of China.
|Publication status||Published - Dec 2007|
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Hong Kong