Ge Huangbin

Director
Arbitrator and Mediator

gehuangbin@lvmlawchambers.com
+65 6206 7882

Huangbin has a deep understanding of the theory and practice of international arbitration under both civil and common law. He has conducted international arbitration cases as a sole arbitrator, presiding arbitrator and co-arbitrator, and as counsel or advisor. He is a trusted expert in Singapore-related and China-related disputes for international clients.

Huangbin’s experience in international dispute resolutions covers numerous jurisdictions including but not limited Singapore, China (Mainland and Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan), Switzerland, Sweden, Germany, UK, USA, Israel, Australia, Japan, Vietnam, India, Pakistan, Iran, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, Brunei, Fiji, Indonesia, Tajikistan, Mongolia, Kenya, Ethiopia, and Mauritius.

He has been involved in disputes relating to the following industries: intellectual property, energy, automobile, aviation, construction, technology, environment, maritime, and finance.

Huangbin is a leading pioneer in China-related international arbitration and mediation sectors, having served as the first Head of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) China Desk for 8 years, a member of the Singapore Academy of Law China Working Committee, and a Standing Council Member of the China Academy of Arbitration Law (CAAL). Huangbin is a trainer, a coach, and an assessor of the Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC), and a member of the Expert Committee of the Dispute Resolution Research Centre under Peking University Law School.

Case Highlights

International Aviation Arbitration

  • Co-arbitrator in an SIAC aviation arbitration regarding aviation contracts valued at nearly US$200 million seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.
  • Advisor in an ICC arbitration relating to flight simulator technology valued at over US$10 million seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.

Intellectual property disputes

  • Presiding arbitrator in an SHIAC arbitration relating to tolling contract, international patent licensing and technology support agreements, a confidentiality agreement, and a proprietary technology equipment leasing agreement where the amount in dispute is over RMB 10 million, seated in Shanghai and governed by Chinese law.
  • Counsel in an SIAC arbitration over US$200 million relating to telecommunication global agreements on licensing Standard Essential Patents (SEP) & FRAND, seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.

Construction and Engineering Arbitration

  • Presiding arbitrator in a RMB 20 million dispute over major building project disputes according to the Arbitration Rules of Guangzhou Arbitration Commission, seated in Guangzhou and governed by Chinese law.
  • Counsel in an SIAC arbitration regarding a S$10 million dispute over the Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) project seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.

International Trade

  • Co-arbitrator in an SIAC arbitration regarding coal trading seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.
  • Counsel in an SIAC arbitration arising out of the iron ores trade seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.

FinTech Arbitration

  • Sole arbitrator in disputes arising out of internet financing agreements according to the Online Arbitration Rules of Guangzhou Arbitration Commission, seated in Guangzhou and governed by Chinese law.
  • Sole arbitrator in disputes arising out of factoring contracts involved services agreements, assignment and or novation agreements according to the Online Arbitration Rules of Guangzhou Arbitration Commission, seated in Guangzhou and governed by Chinese law.
  • Sole arbitrator in disputes arising out of bank loan agreements according to the Online Arbitration Rules of Guangzhou Arbitration Commission, seated in Guangzhou and governed by Chinese law.

Corporation Disputes

  • Presiding arbitrator in dispute relating to international cooperation agreement and confidentiality agreement according to SCIA Rules, seated in Shenzhen and governed by Chinese law.
  • Co-arbitrator in dispute relating to share purchase under contracts valued at RMB 20 million according to SCIA rules, seated in Shenzhen and governed by Chinese law.
  • Counsel in dispute relating to cooperation project in Africa according to ICC Rules, seated in London and governed by English law.

International Technology Transfer Dispute

  • Counsel in arbitration relating to ITU SEP licensing agreement and assignment agreements according to ICC Rules, seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.
  • Advisor in arbitration relating to green energy technology licensing agreement, standard design contract and equipment purchase contract according to SIAC Rules, seated in Singapore and governed by Singapore law.

International Energy Disputes

  • Co-arbitrator in dispute arising out of wind power project contract under CIETAC rules, seated in Beijing and governed by Chinese law.
  • Co-arbitrator in dispute arising out of power transmission and transformation EPC project in Loas, seated in Changsha, China and governed by Chinese law.

International Manufacturing Engineering Disputes

  • Presiding arbitrator in dispute arising out of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) equipment system purchase contract under SCIA Rules seated in Shenzhen, China and governed by Chinese law.
  • Counsel in the consolidation arbitrations arising out of automobile manufacturing contract, body welding and painting contract, and automobile assembly contract under SIAC rules, seated in Singapore and governed by Thai law.

Appointments

  • Appointed and or listed Panel Arbitrator under the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC), China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), China Maritime Arbitration Commission (CMAC), Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (Shanghai International Arbitration Center, SHIAC), Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (Shenzhen Arbitration Commission, SCIA), Guangzhou Arbitration Commission, Thailand Arbitration Center, Kyrgyzstan Bishkek International Court of Arbitration for Mining and Commerce, etc.
  • Accredited Mediator under the Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC), China Council for the Promotion of International Trade / China Chamber of International Commerce (CCPIT/CCOIC) Mediation Center, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) Mediation Center, etc.

Publications

  • Author, “Whether the Guarantor Is Bound by The Arbitration Agreement Between Creditor and Debtor” in Civil and Commercial Law Practice Manual (Page 622 to page 635, 2nd Edition, 2021), NPC Publishing House, Beijing.
  • Speaker, How to Deal with Hints of Bribery and Money Laundering, Anti-Corruption and Rule of Law Committee, Dispute Resolution & Arbitration Committee Session, The Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA) Virtual Conference, 18 June 2021, Online, Tokyo.
  • Co-author, “Practice and Jurisprudence on Whether the Guarantor Is Bound by The Arbitration Agreement Between Creditor and Debtor” in Arbitration and Law (2020), Law Press China, Beijing.
  • Co-author, “Investment and Financing in Singapore” in Legal Research for China Enterprises (Page 23 to Page 174, China Financial Publishing House, 2019), Beijing.
  • Author, “Double-edged sword – Singapore Convention on Mediation” in Legal Daily (Page 10, 19 February 2019), Beijing.
  • Co-author, Rule of Law in the Countries of B&R: Singapore (Page 121 to page 585, 2018), Law Press China, Beijing.
  • Co-author, International Commercial Law in the Countries of B&R: Singapore, Xinhua Publishing House (2018), Beijing.
  • Co-author, “Analysis and Recommendations – Recognition and Enforcement of Singapore Judgement by Nanjing Court” in Legal Daily (Page 8, 11 August 2017), Beijing.
  • Co-author, “SICC Operations and Development” in Legal Daily (Page 8, 11 August 2017), Beijing.
  • Author, “Strategic Thinking of International Arbitration in B&R (II)” in In-House Counsel (Issue 1, 2016), Intellectual Property Publishing House, Beijing.
  • Author, “Strategic Thinking of International Arbitration in B&R” in China Law Journal (Issue 6, 2015), Hong Kong.
  • Author, Dispute Resolution in Singapore (Chinese version), Singapore Academy of Law,2015.
  • Author, Essence of Civil and Commercial Law Practice (Page 127 to page 159), Peking University Press (2015), Beijing.
  • Co-author, “Singapore Resolves ‘Last Mile’ in Application Of Chinese Arbitration Rules” in China Business Law Journal (Vol 5, Issue 9, 2014), Hong Kong.
  • Co-author, “Conversations on International Arbitration in Singapore” in Commercial Arbitration (Issue 10, 2014), Law Press China, Beijing.
  • Speaker, ADR in Asia – From the Perspectives of Singapore and China, Maxwell Chambers, 12 December 2014, Singapore.
  • Speaker, The New Development of Enforcement of Singapore Arbitral Awards in China, In-House Congress Jakarta 2013, 10 April 2013, Jakarta.
  • Author, “The Reality and Challenges of the Emergency Arbitrator Procedure – from Singapore Perspective” in Shipping and Finance Law Review (Page 101 to page 109), Shanghai Pujiang Education Press (2012), Shanghai.
  • Speaker, Obstacles to Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in China, In-House Congress Jakarta 2012, 27 June 2012, Jakarta.
  • Author, The Arbitration Rules and Manual of The Singapore International Arbitration Centre Arbitration (4th Edition, 2010, Chinese Version), Singapore.
  • Author, “Study on Whether the Guarantor Is Bound by The Arbitration Agreement Between Creditor and Debtor” in Practice Guide for Contract Law Professional (Issue 4), China Legal Publishing House (2010), Beijing.
  • Speaker, Dispute Resolution in China-related Business, Seminar on Singapore’s FTA with China, 26 March 2010, Singapore.
  • Speaker, Med-Arb in Singapore, 2009 Taipei International Conference on Arbitration and Mediation, 16-17 October 2009, Taipei.
  • Author, The Arbitration Rules and Manual of The Singapore International Arbitration Centre Arbitration (the first semi-official Chinese version of International Arbitration Act, 2008), Singapore.
  • Speaker, Arbitration Development in China, ALB Seminar on Effective Dispute Resolution in China, 28 June 2008, Singapore.
  • Author, “The Written Form Meaning in International Commercial Arbitration Agreement” in Selected Papers for China Civil and Commercial Law Forum 2005, Beijing.

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