Yuanchao Bi focuses his practice on China-related dispute resolution matters, including cross-border commercial litigation, international arbitration and regulatory investigations.

Prior to joining Dechert, Mr. Bi was trained at another leading global law firm in Hong Kong and was seconded to its Singapore office.

    • A Chinese insurance company in Hong Kong litigations concerning its investment in private funds.
    • A Chinese technology company in a securities class action in the Southern District of New York.
    • A Chinese electronics manufacturer in Hong Kong litigation concerning breach of confidence, inducement, procurement of breach of contractual and fiduciary duties, conspiracy, constructive trust and dishonest assistance.
    • A US multinational pharmaceutical corporation on its internal anti-bribery and corruption investigation in its joint venture in China.
    • A Chinese state-owned energy company in a SIAC arbitration on construction disputes in Saudi Arabia.
    • A Chinese state-owned energy company in a HKIAC arbitration on oil exploration disputes in Angola.
    • A Japanese multinational listed company in European Commission’s anti-dumping investigation concerning the imports of mono ethylene glycol.
    • An international private bank in Hong Kong litigation concerning mis-selling and misrepresentation allegations regarding a large number of complex structured investment products.
    • A private bank in Hong Kong litigation concerning unauthorized trading and execution of shares.

    Includes matters handled at Dechert or prior to joining the firm.

    • Advice on corporate constitutional documents – Advised a Singapore online counseling platform for secondary school students on its corporate constitution.
    • Advice on corporate policies and terms – Advised InnoSpire Technology Limited (a Hong Kong-based live video platform providing assistance to blind or visually-impaired users) on its terms of use, privacy policy and code of conduct.
  • Universal Scale Tipping towards Balance - Applying the MFN Clauses in China-related Investment Arbitration: A New Heaven School Reading - China and WTO Review (Volume 6(2) 2020)