DaHui has a wealth of practical experience in domestic arbitration and has the professional competence to fully handle work associated with each and every aspect of international arbitration cases. We have represented leading corporations and institutions in many notable cases in China.
Our deep understanding of Chinese law and rich experience before domestic arbitral tribunals (including CIETAC, BAC and SHIAC) position us as the top PRC law firm to advise international clients on the unique procedures of Chinese arbitration, providing our clients comfort that their rights will be protected. Some of our team have also served as arbitrators, including as sole arbitrators and tribunal chairs, across China and therefore have the sensitivity and professional network to understand and cater to the arbitration process from the adjudicators’ perspective.
We have helped to resolve disputes relating to securities, product liability, international trade, corporate law, real estate and other industries.
Our services in this area include:
Represented Burton, an extreme sports manufacturer and seller, in enforcing a CIETAC arbitral award notwithstanding the former counsel's failure to preserve or otherwise secure enforceable assets.
Represented China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC), the largest group in China in the field of design, manufacture and trade of military and civil ships, marine engineering and marine equipment, in an arbitration to claim for payments under its EPC contract in Pakistan.
Represented Xinxing Pipes, a world top 500 central enterprise in China’s steel sector, to obtain a favorable CIETAC award in a dispute over cross-border convertible bonds with a target amount exceeding RMB 400 million.
Represented a subsidiary company of China State Construction Engineering Group in handling a series of complex construction project dispute court and arbitration cases involving two national highways and commercial residential buildings with a total amount of more than RMB 400 million.
Represented Zhuhai Yinlong, one of China's largest EV bus manufacturers, in six CIETAC arbitration proceedings to recover over RMB 2 billion in misappropriated funds.
May 17, 2022