Judicial Review of Arbitration in China
Building the arbitration credibility and the opening-up of arbitration sector in Shanghai and Beijing FTZs are highlights of China's latest arbitration policies.
China's arbitration policies have been increasing since 2015, and the arbitration is gradually gaining widespread attention. We need to understand why this is happening.
Hubei High People’s Court formulated the Guiding Opinions on Regulating the Judicial Review of Arbitration in November 2020.
As shown in Brentwood case (2020), arbitral awards rendered in Mainland China by foreign arbitral institutions can be enforced as foreign-related Chinese awards and shall be subject to the same stringent judicial review standards as Chinese arbitral awards.
How do Chinese courts view public policy in judicial review of arbitration? Judge Song Jianli (宋建立) from the Supreme People’s Court expresses his views on that.
China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) is about to issue a significant judicial interpretation, stipulating the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in China. Judge Song Jianli (宋建立) (Judge of the SPC’s 4th Civil Division) introduced the content of the judicial interpretation.