The Hong Kong International Arbitration
Center (HKIAC) introduced a new version of its
Administered Arbitration Rules (2018 Rules) which
came into effect on November 1. The 2018 Rules
introduce amendments relevant to the use of
technology, third party funding, multi-party and
multi-contract arbitration, among others. Alfred
Ip of Hugill & Ip summarizes the newly enforced
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The 2018 Rules introduce amendments relevant to the use of technology, third party funding, multi-party and multi-contract arbitrations, the early determination of disputes, alternative means of dispute resolution, emergency arbitrator proceedings, and time limits for the delivery of awards.
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