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24 New Members Joined the International Commercial Expert Committee of SPC - China Legal News

Wed, 09 Dec 2020
Categories: China Legal Trends
Editor: C. J. Observer

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On December 8, 2020, the Supreme People’s Court of China announced the second group of members for the International Commercial Expert Committee.

The second group includes 24 experts, including 11 experts from mainland China, 1 expert each from Hong Kong and Macau, and 11 foreign experts.

For the list of The second group, please click here.

According to Working Rules of the International Commercial Expert Committee of the Supreme People’s Court (For Trial Implementation), the Expert Members may assume the following duties entrusted by the International Commercial Court:

(1) preside over in mediations of international commercial cases;

(2)provide advisory opinions on specialized legal issues concerning international treaties, international commercial rules, finding and applying foreign laws involved in cases heard by the International Commercial Court and the People's Courts at all levels;

(3)provide advice and suggestions on the development of the International Commercial Court;

(4) provide advice and suggestions on the formulation of judicial interpretations and judicial policies of the Supreme People's Court;

(5) other matters entrusted by the International Commercial Court.

For the list of All members for the International Commercial Expert Committee, please click here.

 

 

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