A book review has been published in the latest issue of the Journal of Private International Law that includes two of ABLI’s judgments publications.
Justice Zhang Yongjian, member of ABLI’s Board of Governors, has been appointed as International Judge to the Singapore International Commercial Court.
Test of Reciprocity Appears to be Relaxed in China for Foreign Judgments Recognition and Enforcement
The bar of reciprocity for foreign judgments recognition and enforcement currently adopted by Chinese courts appears to to have been significantly lowered.
[Judgment] Recognition of Foreign Insolvency Officeholder pursuant to Article 5 of China’s Enterprise Bankruptcy Law
A Chinese court has recognized the status and capacity of an individual who was appointed as judicial manager by the Singapore High Court pursuant to Article 5 of the Enterprise Bankruptcy Law.
[Judgment] De jure reciprocity in judgments recognition and enforcement between China and Singapore?
A Chinese court mentioned possibly for the first time explicitly that de jure reciprocity exists between China and Singapore in terms of recognition and enforcement of each other’s judgments.
Cases of Foreign Judgments Recognition and Enforcement in Vietnam (1 January 2012 to 30 September 2019)
Together with experts, ABLI unearths information on the recognition and enforcement of foreign commercial judgments in Vietnam between 1 January 2012 and 30 January 2019.
This year’s online get-together with Foreign Judgments Project contributors and experts took place on June 10.
A Chinese commercial judgment was refused recognition by a New York court.