Mireia Paulo (A&Z LAW FIRM, China) was appointed as SHIAC’s arbitrator

We are very honored to announce that Ms. Mireia Paulo Noguera, Senior Counsel at A&Z Law Firm (China), has been appointed as arbitrator of the Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (Shanghai International Arbitration Center) recently. Her areas of expertise as arbitrator include Corporate Law, M&A, International Trade, Commercial Arbitration, ADR and EU Law. With her appointment as arbitrator, Ms. Mireia Paulo will provide fair and efficient dispute resolution services to the parties of international arbitration disputes at Düsseldorf, Germany and Shanghai, China, which are her main working places.


Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (Shanghai International Arbitration Center, hereinafter referred to as “SHIAC”) is an independent arbitration institution established in 1988 according to the approval of the Shanghai Municipal People's Government and the registration of the competent judicial authority. It provides independent, impartial, professional and efficient arbitration services to parties in resolving commercial disputes. After three decades of development, in addition to traditional commercial disputes, the cases received by SHIAC also have involved new types of cases such as private equity, internet finance, financial leasing, aviation services, energy and environmental rights and interests. The parties involved in the cases are all over China and more than 70 countries and regions in the world. The arbitration awards of SHIAC have been recognized and enforced in nearly 50 countries and regions in accordance with the New York Convention. SHIAC is also a dispute resolution institution selected by many domestic and foreign parties, including Fortune 500 companies.

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