Interim Relief in Arbitration: The Strategic Choice Between Emergency Arbitration and Court Injunction – 1 September 2022, 1pm to 2pm
Hong Kong Arbitration Seminar
In our increasingly globalised trading environment where parties often have – and can easily transfer – assets across multiple jurisdictions, it is particularly important to make the right decisions on interim relief when disputes first arise. Join our Richard Yip for a strategic exploration of the tactical considerations that come into play when deciding between different interim measures to deploy in arbitration.
1 September 2022 (Thursday)
|Time:||1pm to 2pm HKT|
|CPD Accreditation:||1 CPD point to be applied for (subject to confirmation by the Law Society of Hong Kong)|
|Venues:||Zoom (online attendance only)|
In contrast to the regime of interim injunctions available in court proceedings, arbitrations administered by the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre offer a much wider range of interim measures including emergency arbitration interim relief, injunctions in aid of arbitration by Hong Kong Courts, and measures for asset preservation in Mainland China.
From time to time, it may be necessary to apply for injunctions on an urgent basis – well before an arbitral tribunal is properly constituted or even before an arbitration is commenced. Often, injunctions may be deployed to address the imminent risk of asset dissipation on the respondent’s part, or other factors which may irreversibly disturb the status quo before the dispute is finally resolved in arbitration.
In an increasingly globalised trading environment where parties often have – and can easily transfer – assets across multiple jurisdictions, it is particularly important to make the right decisions on interim relief when disputes first arise.
What tactical considerations come into play in the process of identifying suitable interim measures? Join our upcoming seminar for a strategic exploration of:
• The emergency arbitrator regime under the Arbitration Ordinance and institutional rules
• The regime governing court-ordered interim measures in aid of arbitration
• The Mainland-Hong Kong Arrangement for asset preservation measures in aid of Hong Kong-seated arbitration
• Fundamental considerations in choosing between court injunction or emergency relief
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“He is very commercially minded, diligent and client-focused. Attentive to details and excellent on his feet.” Legal 500 Asia-Pacific 2021 & 2022, Commercial Disputes — Leading Juniors, Tier 1
Richard’s broad civil practice has a focus on companies practice, commercial litigation, financial regulation and competition law. He is noted for his experience in shareholder disputes and matters involving breach of directors’ duties.
Richard also has a thriving practice in cross border commercial arbitration, having acted as Counsel for both claimants and respondents in arbitrations seated in and outside Hong Kong. In particular, Richard has ample experience in arbitrations administered by the HKIAC, and is very familiar with its emergency arbitrator procedure and expedited procedure.
Prior to joining Denis Chang’s Chambers in 2011, Richard was a corporate finance solicitor at Herbert Smith Freehills.
Richard is actively involved in the community and academia He is a part time lecturer at the University of Hong Kong.
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