Commercial Arbitration

Commercial Arbitration

Our commercial arbitration lawyers have deep experience as advocates before domestic and international arbitral tribunals in ad hoc proceedings and in cases administered under the rules of major international arbitration centres including:

  • China International Economic and Trade Commission (CIETAC)
  • Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC)
  • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)
  • London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA)
  • Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC)
  • United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)

We represent clients in a wide range of arbitration cases including disputes concerning:

  • distribution and supply contracts
  • employment agreements
  • energy and infrastructure projects
  • fund formation and partnership agreements
  • joint venture agreements
  • private equity transactions
  • shareholder and subscription agreements
  • technology licensing agreements

GPS also represents parties before the Hong Kong courts in set-aside and annulment proceedings as well as court proceedings for the enforcement of domestic, mainland Chinese and international arbitration awards.

What we look for in our Lawyers

Our lawyers range from mid-level to senior lawyers including specialist lawyers who are at the top of their fields. They have a range of private practice and in-house experience across a range of practices and industries. Our lawyers are highly motivated and entrepreneurial individuals who are“self-starters” and thrive in commercial environments. They possess sound business acumen and common sense - key attributes in senior lawyers. All of our lawyers undergo a rigorous interview and selection process.

Ongoing support by GPS

As GCRemote is a division of GPS, not only will clients have the right lawyers seconded or deployed into their organisation, but they also have the benefit of the following:
· access to the research and precedent data bases of GPS;
· back-up support of the partners and lawyers of GPS;
· oversight and supervision of a relationship manager.
When clients contract with GCRemote, they are contracting with GPS. For virtual and remote secondments, clients are covered by the professional indemnity insurance of GPS in respect of legal advice provided.


If you are a potential client, we would be pleased to provide you with a detailed consultation to discuss your legal needs and how we may benefit your organisation including identifying the most appropriate lawyer, method of delivery and fee structure.  Please contact us to arrange an appointment.


If you are an independent, motivated and experienced lawyer who is looking for a change from the traditional practice and experiences, please email us and we will provide you with details for the selection process.

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Phillip Georgiou
Sonny Payne
Anna Kim
Olga Dontsova