DaHui Welcomes New Partner, Arthur Ma

DaHui is pleased to announce that Arthur Ma has joined the firm as a partner in the highly regarded dispute resolution team.

Arthur Ma was educated in both China and the US. He has qualified as a lawyer in New York State, England and Wales and the PRC in turn. His practice focuses on foreign-related and cross-border dispute resolution and he has extensive experience in representing clients, both Chinese and foreign, in commercial arbitration and litigation before arbitration institutions and courts in and out of China. He has handled arbitration under the ICC, HKIAC, LCIA, ICDR, CIETAC and UNCITRAL Rules and is one of the few Chinese practitioners with rich experience in hearing preparation and cross-examination.

Arthur Ma said: “It is very exciting to join DaHui as a partner and to help my colleagues here develop its dispute resolution practice. This is a young, energetic, innovative and ambitious firm. From this platform, I very much look forward to providing, along with my partners, top quality dispute resolution services to clients in the ever growing Chinese legal market. I also look forward to cooperating with my former colleagues and friends in law firms from other parts of the world in the future.”

Richard Ma, Managing Partner of DaHui said: “We are extremely pleased to have Arthur join us. We already have a strong dispute resolution practice, both domestic and international. Arthur’s extensive experience will enable us to build on this existing reputation and further expand the services we offer to clients in the international arena.”

Before joining DaHui, Arthur practiced in Shanghai, London, Washington DC, Hong Kong and Beijing with various leading international and domestic law firms and hence accumulated solid experience in handling complex cross-border disputes of all kinds. He has also represented clients in a number of foreign award enforcement proceedings in China under the New York Convention. He is a frequent contributor to international and domestic arbitration publications and also co-authored the PRC Chapter of Asia Arbitration Handbook (Oxford University Press, 2011, Moser and Choong, eds). He also lectures at leading law schools in China on dispute resolution.


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