06 December 2022
Campus Westend, House of Finance
Arbitration is an essential and frequently used method to solve disputes with Chinese business partners. In his talk, Dr. Glatter will provide an overview of the legal framework of arbitration proceedings in China including features different from customary international arbitration practice and proposed reforms.
Dr. Joachim Glatter studied law and the Chinese language at the universities of Münster, Lausanne, Göttingen and Nanjing. He wrote his doctoral thesis on a Chinese economic law topic. From 1991 to 2014 he worked as partner of international law firms in Beijing, Shanghai and Frankfurt. He advised foreign companies regarding their business transactions in China including establishment and restructuring of foreign invested enterprises, M&A, technology transfers, commercial contracts and arbitration. Since 2015 he is working as independent arbitrator. He is enlisted on the Panel of Arbitrators of major Chinese arbitration institutions such as the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, the Shanghai International Arbitration Center and the Beijing Arbitration Commission.