Hong Kong Arbitration: Bouncing Back
The HKIAC’s arbitration caseload reached its highest level for more than a decade last year, underlining Hong Kong’s continuing international appeal as well as its unique strengths as a seat for China-related. Lawyers say that additional measures like third-party funding and success-based fee arrangements are set to cement the city’s reputation further.
‘Hong Kong has a great position, not only with respect to China but also to APAC’
Mariel Dimsey, most recently a partner and co-head of the international arbitration group at CMS, was recently named as the new secretary-general of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre. In this interview with ALB, she talks about what she brings to the role, as well as her plans to change the perception of arbitration in Hong Kong.