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Transnational Litigation and China: Jurisdiction, Applicable Law and Judgments


21 November 2018

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Transnational Litigation and China: Jurisdiction, Applicable Law and Judgments

China is Australia's largest trading partner. Transnational litigations involving Chinese parties/factors are incredibly increasing. This amazing panel will explore the substantive and procedural litigation issues including:

- Which court should have jurisdiction?

- What are the implications of the recently established Chinese commercial courts?

- How to address parallel litigations in Australia and China?

- What laws are applicable to litigations involving Chinese parties/factors?

- Can Australian judgments be recognized and enforced in China?


Speakers:

Parallel Proceedings and the Connection Test
Professor Vivienne Bath
, Sydney Law School

Forum non conveniens in Chinese Maritime Litigation
Professor Jingying Chen
, East China University of Political Science and Law

Transnational Families and Related Litigations
Associate Professor Jeanne Huang
, Sydney Law School

International Commercial Court: The Chinese Model
Professor Tao Du
, East China University of Political Science and Law


Chair: Professor Chester Brown, Sydney Law School


CPD Points: 1.5


This event is hosted by the Centre for Asian and Pacific Law (CAPLUS) at The University of Sydney Law School.


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Time: 6-7.30PM

Location: Law Lounge, Level 1, New Law Building Annex (F10A), Eastern Ave, Camperdown

Cost: Complimentary, however registration is essential.

Contact: Professional Learning & Community Engagement

Phone: 02 9351 0429

Email: 2f06385e0739235d453624464f52090f487a2451257f0f5a