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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Business Disputes in China 3rd ed isbn 9781933833972

Business Disputes in China 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781933833286
New Edition ISBN: 9781933833972
Published: May 2009
Publisher: Juris Publishing
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

China has become a magnet for international business. At the same time, the “China boom” has also produced a dramatic increase in the number and complexity of business disputes. Knowing how to effectively manage business disputes is an important component of every successful China business strategy.

Business Disputes in China written by the world’s leading China disputes experts, provides you with an overview of current dispute settlement techniques and tools

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Other Jurisdictions , China, USA
Chapter 1
Managing Business Disputes in Todays China: Introduction
Michael J. Moser
Chapter 2
Mediating Chinese-Foreign Business Disputes: The U.S. China Business Mediation Center
F. Peter Phillips
Chapter 3
JAMS: A Longstanding Provider of Dispute Resolution Services to the International Business Community
Robert B. Davidson and Richard Chernick
Chapter 4
Choosing an Arbitral Institution in Cross Border Commercial Arbitration
Michael J. Moser and Friven Yeoh
Chapter 5
The Influence of Culture and Traditions on Arbitration Laws in Asia
Nigel N.T. Li and Angela Y. Lin
Chapter 6
Drafting Arbitration Agreements in Commercialand M&A Transactions
Peter Yuen
Chapter 7
Validity of Arbitration Agreements under Chinese Law
Huang Tao
Chapter 8
CIETAC Arbitration in a Nutshell
Yu Jianlong
Chapter 9
Bridging the Gap between Western and Chinese Arbitration Systems: A Practical Introduction
for American Businesses
Graeme Johnston
Chapter 10
New Supreme Peoples Court Interpretation on Mainland Chinas Arbitration Law
Michael J. Moser and Friven Yeoh
Chapter 11
A Comparative View on Impartiality and Independence of Arbitrators in International Arbitrations
Peter Yuen
Chapter 12
The CIETAC Arbitration Rules: Two Steps Forward, Still More to Go
Michael J. Moser
Chapter 13
Litigation in the Peoples Courts
Ariel Ye
Chapter 14
Cross-Border Enforcement of Commercial Judgments and Awards within China
Graeme Johnston and Han Yun
Chapter 15
Anti-Counterfeiting: The Law Now, in and Beyond
Loke-Khoon Tan
Chapter 16
Investor-State Arbitration and China: An Overview
Prof. Dr. Kaj Hober and Dr. Nils Eliasson
Chapter 17
Resolving Business Disputes in Today’s China: Investor-State Arbitration and China: The New, New Thing
Kim M. Rooney
Chapter 18
Do Chinas BITs Have Teeth?
Michael J. Moser
Appendices: Institutional Rules and Documents
Appendix 1
AAA/ICDR International Arbitration Rules
Appendix 2
The Beijing Arbitration Commission Rules
Appendix 3
CIETAC International Arbitration Rules
Appendix 4
ICC Arbitration Rules
Appendix 5
HKIAC Administered Arbitration Rules
Appendix 6
SIAC Arbitration Rules
Appendix 7
SCC Arbitration Rules