Kate Wang is an associate in the International Dispute Resolution Practice based in the Beijing office. Her practice focuses on dispute resolution, including international and domestic arbitration, and civil litigation supportive matters.

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    International Arbitration and Related Matters

    • Participating in three correlated ICC arbitrations on behalf of a renowned Chinese construction company arising from a series of disputes regarding a landmark development project in a Southeast Asian country; the subject matters of the arbitrations involve financing, share purchase and construction, and the disputed amount has exceeded US$90 million.
    • Representing a world-class steel manufacturing company in applying for recognition and enforcement of an SIAC arbitral award in front of a Chinese court.
    • Representing a German electric motor component manufacturer in applying for recognition and enforcement of three ICC arbitral awards in front of a Chinese court.

    Civil Litigation and Domestic Arbitration

    • Representing a German electric motor component manufacturer against a well-known domestic electric vehicle battery manufacturer in front of a Chinese court in a dispute regarding the validity of the arbitration agreement; the principal focus of this case involves the interpretation of the concept of “foreign-related matters” under Chinese law (received a satisfactory ruling for the client).
    • Representing an investment company controlled by a Northeast Chinese provincial government against its investee in front of a Beijing court regarding withdrawal of investment; the disputed amount exceeds RMB65 million.
    • Representing a well-known domestic entrepreneur in the glass production industry regarding various disputes over the control of factories and company shares; the disputes involve lawsuits in front of the Anhui Higher People's Court and arbitration in the Guangzhou Arbitration Commission.
    • Representing a Korean automotive technology company in a series of disputes against its distributor and contractors; the major procedures of this case are arbitration in CIETAC and litigation in Beijing court.
    • Representing a Singaporean company in dealing with its disputes relating to assets in mainland China; the major procedure of this case is arbitration in CIETAC.
    • Representing a leading global converter manufacturer in disputes over a series of equipment sales contracts to initiate multiple recovery procedures in CIETAC, Beijing courts and Jiangsu courts (received a satisfactory settlement for the client).
    • Participating in an arbitration on behalf of a Taiwan-based company regarding CDM reduction income disputes in CIETAC.
    • Participating in an unfair competition dispute on behalf of a domestic internet industry giant against another internet industry giant (received a satisfactory settlement for the client).
    • Representing a domestic internet industry company in approximately 30 copyright litigation disputes.

    Administrative Litigation

    • Representing the National Development and Reform Commission in responding to multiple administrative litigations regarding disputes arising from the publication of governmental information.

    Other Litigation Experience

    • Issuing legal opinions based on Chinese law relating to fraud and misrepresentation for a party in an ongoing SIAC arbitration.
    • Issuing legal opinions based on Chinese law related to Chinese maritime special procedures for a party in an ongoing LCIA arbitration.

    Education

    • East China University of Political Science and Law, Master, 2016
    • Chicago Kent Law School, LL.M., 2015
    • East China University of Political Science and Law, LL.B., 2013

    Admissions

    • New York, 2020
    • China, 2018

    Languages

    • English
    • Chinese
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