Mr Hu Ke is a partner in Jingtian & Gongcheng’s dispute resolution group, specialising in international litigation and arbitration (in commercial and IP-related matters), cyber-security and data protection.
In dispute resolution, Mr Hu has represented domestic and international clients in 80+ lawsuits in China, including cases before the Supreme People’s Court and provincial high courts, and in arbitration proceedings under the rules of BAC, CIETAC, SHIAC, SCIA, CAS, HKIAC, ICC, SCC, SIAC, and UNCITRAL. His experience covers disputes in relation to general commercial contracts, corporate and JV matters, PE/VC investment, real estates, infrastructure and projects, energy, carbon finance, entertainment and culture, technology licensing, IP protection, and recognition and enforcement of overseas arbitral awards and court judgments.
Ke has been recognised by Who’s Who Legal as a “future leader” in arbitration since 2018, by Chambers Asia Pacific as an “up-and-coming” practitioner in arbitration since 2019, and by Asialaw as a “rising star” in dispute resolution since 2018.
Mr Hu is a member of the IBA and the steering committee of IBA Arb-40, the China arbitration law and practice group of ICCA and the organising committee of China Young Arbitration Group (CYAG). In 2015 to 2018 he served as a member of the inaugural YSIAC committee. He has acted as an expert adviser to China’s MOFCOM and courts on international dispute resolution, and is co-author of the China chapter of the International Arbitration Law Review from Law Business Research.
Mr Hu Ke graduated from Peking University (LLB, 2006) and the University of California, Berkeley (LLM with specialisation in international law, 2013). He is qualified in PRC and New York.