In Gao Haiyan and another v. Keeneye Holdings and another CACV 79/2011, the Hong Kong Court of Appeal has allowed the enforcement of a mainland Chinese arbitral award, reversing a decision of the Court of First Instance to refuse enforcement on the grounds of public policy. The judgment contains useful guidance for practitioners and parties on raising objections to arbitral procedure and the use of “arb-med”, where arbitrators act as mediators during the course of the arbitration.  Please click here to read our post on our Arbitration blog.