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Guiqiang LIU 刘桂强

Guiqiang LIU 刘桂强
Guiqiang LIU 刘桂强
liuguiqiang@whu.edu.cn
PhD candidate at Wuhan University Institute of International Law

LIU Guiqiang is a PhD candidate at Wuhan University Institute of International Law.

His research interest focuses on international commercial arbitration, international civil litigation. In March 2016, he participated in the 13th Willem C. Vis (East) International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Hong Kong) and the 23rd International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vienna). He also participated in the project of China’ Supreme People’s Court, Ministry of Justice and Shenzhen Qianhai Cooperation Zone People’s Court, conducting research on China’s judicial assistance system and China’s International Commercial Court.

His doctoral dissertation focuses on the Extraterritorial Application of US Laws and the Blocking Statutes.

At present, he is a visiting scholar of University of California, Davis.

2 Articles

Fri, 23 Aug 2019 Insights Guiqiang LIU 刘桂强

The D.C. Circuit upheld the contempt orders against three Chinese banks on 30 July 2019. For Chinese banks, they have been frequently caught in a catch-22 since Gucci v. Weixing Li: violating Chinese laws to produce documents or be held in contempt for refusing discovery. To some extent, perhaps Chinese banks are going through the worst of times after their entry into the U.S. financial markets.