Mediating Disputes in China - Chapter II.4 - Practitioner's Handbook on International Arbitration and Mediation - 3rd Edition

Meg Utterback
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14 pages
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PDF from "Practitioner's Handbook On International Arbitration And Mediation - 3rd Edition"
April, 2012
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Meg Utterback is a Partner in King & Wood's International Dispute Resolution Group in the Shanghai office. She has represented U.S., European and Chinese companies in arbitration cases in venues around the world including the International Chamber of Commerce, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission and the Indian Council of Arbitration. She has also represented firms in litigation before U.S. courts in construction and commercial disputes, and counseled Chinese companies and their management on their rights in U.S. litigation. Ms. Utterback has represented clients in commercial disputes, joint venture disputes, and construction matters. She works to create viable solutions for her clients by considering how business objectives influence litigation strategy and how a litigation strategy may require a multi-planed approach. She helps her clients navigate the difficulties of cross-border and cross-cultural communication, particularly as it relates to doing business in China. Ms. Utterback joined King & Wood in 2010 prior to which she was a managing partner at a U.S. firm's Shanghai office and a leading partner with their international dispute resolution practice. She is licensed to practice in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and the Commonwealth of Virginia and is a registered foreign lawyer in China.