Mr Ming Kang > Fangda Partners > Beijing, China > Lawyer Profile

Fangda Partners
27/F North Tower Beijing Kerry Centre
1 Guanghua Road Chaoyang District
Beijing 100020
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Work Department

Dispute resolution




Before joining Fangda, Mr. Kang served as Deputy Secretary-General of CIETAC, Deputy General Director of CCPIT Legal Affairs Department, Vice-chairman of the CCPIT Conciliation Center, Deputy Director and Secretary-General of CMAC, Secretary of the China Maritime Arbitration Association, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dari Co., Ltd., a company jointly set up by the CCPIT and Richards Hogg Lindley (HK) Ltd. Mr. Kang also served as chief representative of the CCPIT UK Office in London from March 2005 to April 2006, during which time he was also appointed as Secretary-General of the China Enterprises Association in Britain.


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Listed on the CIETAC Panel of Arbitrators
Listed on the CMAC Panel of Arbitrators
Listed on the SIAC Panel of Arbitrators
Listed on the HKIAC Panel of Arbitrators
Listed on the ACP Panel of Arbitrators
Listed on the KCAB Panel of Arbitrators
Member of the ACLA


Law School of the Chinese People’s Public Security University, LL.B
Law School of the University of International Business and Economics, LL.M 
Law School of the University of International Business and Economics, S.J.D.

Lawyer Rankings

China > Dispute resolution: Litigation: PRC firms

Fangda Partners offers an enviable litigation practice, with offices across major cities in mainland China as well as Hong Kong. It advises across a wide range of disputes, though it has particular expertise in corporate, IP and antitrust, construction and real estate, financial products, and employment matters. It also has a strong global network with other leading law firms, which allows it to assist Chinese companies in parallel proceedings, as well as offshore and cross-border cases. Ming Kang and Helen Shi co-lead the Beijing branch, whilst Nuo Ji, Benjamin Miao, and Daniel Huang co-head the Shanghai group. Ji and Miao have rich expertise in complex commercial disputes, specialising in cross-border and domestic matters, respectively. Meanwhile, Huang has specific expertise in international trade and IP disputes. Other key practitioners include Allan Chen, who focuses on corporate governance and financial services disputes, Peibing Qi, who specialises in construction and real estate, product liability and commercial contract litigation, and Qian Luo who is experienced in corporate, contract, and tort disputes.

China > Dispute resolution: Arbitration: PRC firms

Fangda Partners‘ arbitration offering is among the strongest on the market. With its global network and offices across major cities in mainland China and Hong Kong, it is able to offer a full range of services, including assisting on parallel proceedings, and offshore and cross-border matters. The group has extensive experience acting for multinational and domestic companies across numerous industries in a wide range of matters, though it is particularly well known for assisting in corporate, IP and antitrust, construction, insolvency and restructuring, employment, torts, and financial product proceedings. A number of the team also sit as arbitrators at major arbitration centres, including CIETAC, SHIAC, SCIA. Nuo Ji, Benjamin Miao and Daniel Huang lead the Shanghai group, whilst Ming Kang and Helen Shi head the Beijing department. Other key practitioners include Yanhua Lin, who has experience representing clients before the HKIAC and ICC, and Allan Chen, who specialises in corporate governance and financial services disputes.

Asia Pacific: Regional International Arbitration > Leading firms

Fangda Partners carries the flag for mainland China in a range of international arbitration matters. Key names in Beijing include Ming Kang and Helen Shi, while in Shanghai Nuo Ji, Benjamin Miao and Daniel Huang are key contacts. The firm also has an arbitration team in Hong Kong, including Peter Yuen (who is dual qualified in England and Hong Kong), as well as Olga Boltenko, who is Russian-qualified on top of her admission as a Hong Kong solicitor and contributes investor-state arbitration expertise.