Dispute resolution and compulsory enforcement
Dacheng is one of China’s premier law firms in the field of dispute resolution and compulsory enforcement.
A significant number of Dacheng’s partners are registered arbitrators at international, regional and domestic institutions such as the Hong Kong International Arbitration Commission, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission and the Beijing Arbitration Commission.
The firm’s team of dispute resolution and compulsory enforcement lawyers has significant experience representing clients in litigation, arbitration and compulsory enforcement proceedings, as well as in handling emergency situations on behalf of clients.
Dacheng’s lawyers have acted for both foreign and domestic clients in a number of the most significant, challenging and influential cases in China, across a full range of matters including civil, commercial and administrative disputes in all major industries.
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This material has been sourced from the Dacheng website.
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