Kun Fan

Professeure agrégée

Pavillon Chancellor-Day
3644, rue Peel
Salle 42
Montréal  (Québec)
Canada H3A 1W9

514-398-6615
kun.fan [at] mcgill.ca (Courriel)

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Professor Kun Fan


Biographie

Kun Fan est professeure agrégée de droit à la Faculté de droit où elle enseigne et poursuit ses recherches dans le domaine de la médiation, de l’arbitrage et des études de droit comparé. En octobre 2017, elle a été nommée chercheuse Norton Rose en arbitrage et droit commercial pour un mandat de trois an.

La professeure Fan a étudié et travaillé en Chine, à Singapour, aux États-Unis, en Suisse, en France, à Hong Kong et au Canada; elle parle le chinois, l’anglais et le français. Compte tenu de sa formation en Orient et en Occident, tant en common law qu’en droit civil, elle s’intéresse particulièrement aux grandes questions intellectuelles qui dépassent les frontières nationales, disciplinaires et professionnelles. Avant de se joindre à la Faculté de droit de l’Université McGill, elle était professeure adjointe à l’Université chinoise de Hong Kong. Elle a aussi été professeure invitée au Harvard Yenching Institute.

La professeure Fan a agi à titre de chercheure principale dans le cadre de plusieurs projets portant sur divers sujets liés au règlement extrajudiciaire des différends (RED). Elle est l’auteure de l’ouvrage Arbitration in China: A Legal and Cultural Analysis (Hart Publishing) et a publié à de nombreuses reprises des textes traitant de questions d’avant-garde dans de grandes revues internationales. En reconnaissance de sa contribution à l’enseignement, elle a reçu les prix suivants : Best Research Outputs for Arbitration Theory en 2015 du China Arbitration Research Institute, Support for High-impact Scholarship en 2013-2014 du Committee on Focused Innovations Scheme et Best Thesis in International Studies en 2011 du Swiss Network for International Studies.

Outre ses travaux universitaires, la professeure Fan possède une vaste expérience professionnelle en RED, ayant travaillé comme conseillère, spécialiste et secrétaire pour le tribunal d’arbitrage. Elle a agit à titre d’arbitre dans différents dossiers internationaux d’arbitrage et de litiges relatifs à des noms de domaine et a participé à plus d’une centaine d’arbitrages administrés par la Cour internationale d’arbitrage de la Chambre de commerce internationale lorsqu’elle était conseillère adjointe.

La professeure Fan est membre du Barreau de New York, membre du conseil exécutif de la China Academy of Arbitration Law, spécialiste en noms de domaine du Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC) et du Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre (ADNDRC), membre du Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, médiatrice agréée de la Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association Limited et arbitre du tribunal d’arbitrage international de la Commission d’arbitrage de Zhuhai et de la Commission d’arbitrage de Nanjing.

Études

  • Ph. D., avec très grande distinction (Université de Genève, Suisse)
  • D. U. en règlement extrajudiciaire des différends (Université Paris XII, France)
  • Maîtrise en droit des sociétés (Université de New York, É.-U.)
  • Baccalauréat en droit (Université des Affaires étrangères de Chine)

Parcours professionnel

  • Professeure agrégée, Faculté de droit, Université McGill, 2016-
  • Professeure adjointe, Faculté de droit, Université chinoise de Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2009-2016
  • Professeure invitée, Harvard Yenching Institute, É.-U., 2012-2013
  • Conseillère principale, Arbitration Asia, Hong Kong, 2011-2016
  • Conseillère adjointe, Secrétariat du tribunal d’arbitrage international, France, 2008-2009
  • Conseillère juridique étrangère, Colin Ng & Partners, Singapour, 2004-2005

Associations professionnelles

  • Membre du Barreau de New York (depuis 2008)
  • Médiatrice agréée, Hong Kong Mediation Accreditation Association Limited (HKMAAL)
  • Spécialiste en noms de domaine, Hong Kong International Arbitration Center
  • Spécialiste en noms de domaine, Asian Domain Name Dispute Resolution Centre
  • Membre du Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
  • Membre du Young International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA)
  • Membre de Meridian 180: Transforming the Transpacific Dialogue
  • Membre du conseil exécutif de la China Academy of Arbitration Law
  • Arbitre du tribunal d’arbitrage international de la Commission d’arbitrage de Zhuhai
  • Arbitre de la Commission d’arbitrage de Nanjing

Champs d’intérêt

Règlement de litiges internationaux, études de droit comparé, études de droit international, droit et société chinois

Projets de recherche

  • “Chinese Corporations’ Attitudes on International Arbitration”, Principal Investigator, Hong Kong Arbitration Charity Ball, 2015-2016.
  • “Access to Justice: A Theoretical Analysis and Empirical Study on Judicial Mediation in China”, Principal Investigator, The Research Grants Council Early Career Scheme, 2013-2015
  • “Promoting International Commercial Arbitration in Japan and China: Reforms and Prospects”, Principal Investigator, The SUMITOMO Foundation Fiscal 2011 Grant For Japan-related Research Projects, 2013-2014
  • “Harmonization of Law and Divergence of Culture__A Comparative Study of Arbitration in Asia”, Principal Investigator, Harvard-Yenching Institute, 2012-2013
  • “The People’s Mediation with Chinese Characteristics”, National Social Science Key Research Projects, directed by Professor Xu Xin. Participant in sub-project on the Reform of the People’s Mediation System and Legislation, 2010-2012.
  • “Improving the Efficiency of Dispute Resolution: Is the Chinese Concept and Practice of Combining Mediation with Arbitration Exportable to the West?”, RGC Research Grant 2009/2010-Direct Allocation, Principal Investigator, 2010-2011.
  • “International Arbitration in China”, Swiss National Science Foundation, directed by Professor Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler, 2006-2007.

Publications choisies

Monographies

  • Fan Kun, Arbitration in China: A Legal and Cultural Analysis, Hart Publishing, 2013.

Articles scientifiques

  • “Salient Issues in International Commercial Arbitration in East Asia: A Comparative Study of China and Japan”, American University Business Law Review, forthcoming.
  • “Ethnographic Methods in the Study of Hybrid Processes in Arbitration: the Chinese and Western Perspectives”, European Business Law Review, 2016, pp. 555-585 (with Joanna Jemielniak).
  • “Un Point (De Vue) Actual Sur L’Arbitrage en Chine et À Hong Kong: Toujours un pays, deux systems ”, Revue de l’arbitrage, No. 4, 2014, pp. 1-78 (with Jalal El Ahdab and Ruth Stackpool-Moore).
  • “Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Hong Kong”, Yearbook of Private International Law (2014), vol. 15, pp. 349-363 (with Lu Song).
  • “Arbitration of Investment Disputes in Asia: Policy and Practice”, Asian Development Bank Working Paper, 2014.
  • “An Empirical Study of Arbitrators Acting as Mediators in China”, 15 Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution 3 (2014), pp. 777-811 .
  • “Glocalisation of Arbitration: Transnational Standards Struggling with Local Norms”, 18 Harvard Negotiation Law Review (2013), pp. 175-219.
  • “International Dispute Resolution Trends in Asia”, 10 Transnational Dispute Management 4 (2013), pp. 1-16.
  • “Hong Kong’s New Arbitration Ordinance”, 29 Journal of International Arbitration 6 (2012), pp. 715-722.
  • “Underlying the Influences on the Effectiveness of Arbitration in China”, Asian Dispute Review (2012), pp. 76-78.
  • “ The Risks of Apparent Bias When An Arbitrator Act As a Mediator__Remarks on Hong Kong Court’s Decision in Gao Haiyan ”, Yearbook of Private International Law (2011), vol. 13, pp. 535-556.
  • “Prospects of Foreign Arbitration Institutions Administering Arbitration in China”, 28 Journal of International Arbitration 4 (2011), pp.343-353. Republished in Transnational Dispute Management 5, “Resolving International Business Disputes by ADR in Asia” (2011).
  • Mediation and Civil Justice Reform in Hong Kong”, International Litigation Quarterly, American Bar Association (Winter/Spring Issue, 2010), pp.11-14.
  • “ Mediation Tradition and Innovation in China ” (in Chinese), 5 Journal of Justice(2010).
  • “Integrating Mediation into Arbitration: Why It Works In China?”, 25 Journal of International Arbitration 4 (2008), pp. 479-492 (with Gabrielle Kaufmann-Kohler).
    Republished in Chinese in Beijing Arbitration No. 67 (2008), pp. 102-117.
  • “Arbitration in China_Practice, Legal Obstacles, and Reforms” (in English and French ), 19 ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin 2 (2008), pp. 25-40.
  • “Arbitrating in China: The Rules of the Game. Practical Recommendations concerning Arbitration in China”, 26 ASA Bulletin (2008), pp. 35-48 (with Clarisse von Wunschheim).

Chapitres

  • “Expansion of Arbitral Subject Matter: New Topics and New Areas of Law”, in Stavros Brekoulakis, Julian D.M. Lew and Loukas Mistelis (ed.), The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration, Wolters Kluwer, 2016, pp. 299-319.
  • “China-related Investment Arbitration”, in Fangda Partners (ed.) Chinese Arbitration, Lexis-Nexus, forthcoming.
  • Country report, “China” in Simon Greenberg, Christopher Kee and Romesh Weeramantry (ed.), International Commercial Arbitration: An Asia-Pacific Perspective (2nd edition), Kluwer, forthcoming (with Clarisse von Wunschheim, Yu Bing, Guan Zhong).
  • “The New York Convention and Chapter Two of the Federal Arbitration Act”, in James Berger (ed.), International Aspects of U.S. Litigation, forthcoming.
  • “People’s Mediation in the New Era. Creative Adaptations from the Tradition”, in Xu Xin (ed.), Mediation: China and the World (in Chinese), 2013.
  • “Alternative Dispute Resolution in Hong Kong”, in Carlos Esplugues (ed.) ADR in USA, Asia & Europe Intersentia , 2013 (with Gavin Denton).
  • “Legal Education in China: Where Does the Future Lies? Comments on the Papers on Legal Education in Mainland Schools” (in Chinese), in Tang Dezong and Zhong Qi (ed.), The Cross-Strait Legal Developments, Academia Sinica (2010), vol. 1, pp. 173-177 (with Li Zhengning).

Recensions

  • “Mediation Process and Practice in Hong Kong”, 42 Hong Kong Law Journal 2 (2012).

Conférences

  • “Transparency in International Commercial Arbitration”, (UNCITRAL Emergence Conference on Harmonising Trade Law to Enable Private Sector Regional Development , co-organized by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific and the Faculty of Law, University of Macau, 30 November 2015, Macao).
  • “Salient Issues in International Commercial Arbitration in East Asia” (Third Symposium on Salient Issues in International Commercial Arbitration , organized by Center on International Commercial Arbitration, the American University Washington College of Law, 17 November 2015, Washington, D.C.).
  • “Recent Trends in the Types of Disputes in International Arbitration”, (Hong Kong Law Society, 5 November 2015, Hong Kong).
  • “Culture, soft law and ethics in international dispute resolution” (International Dispute Resolution: Diversity Towards Convergence? , co-organized by the ICC International Court of Arbitration and the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, 15-16 October 2015, Krakow). (via video link)
  • “Expansion of Arbitral Subject Matter: New Topics and New Areas of Law” (The Evolution and Future of International Arbitration: The Next 30 Years, organized by School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary, 19-21 April 2015, London).
  • “Disputes involving China: obstacles and traps to watch out” (Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Summit, organized by Asian Law, 18 September 2014, Hong Kong).
  • “Arbitration as a Bridge of Cross-Cultural Differences — A Cultural Perspective” (Towards a Theory of Arbitration: A Decentering Approach to Globalization , co-hosted by the Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong and Harvard Yenching Institute, 27-28 June 2014, Hong Kong).
  • “Ethnographic Methods in the Study of Hybrid Proceedings in Arbitration”, (Study of Behavior in Extrajudicial Dispute Resolution, at the Law and Society Annual Conference, 31 May 2014, Minneapolis) (with Joanna Jemielniak).
  • “China-Related Disputes: Tips for Strategic and Successful Arbitration”, (Roundtable co-organized by Hong Kong International Arbitration Center and French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Hong Kong, 21 October 2013, Hong Kong)
  • “Harmonization of Law and Diffusion of Cultures: Glocalization of Arbitration From an East Asian Perspective” (Research Seminar at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2 October 2010, Hong Kong).
  • “Harmonization of Law and Diffusion of Cultures: Glocalization of Arbitration From an East Asian Perspective” (Comparative Law in the Globalized World: Transmigration and Innovation, co-hosted by the Clarke Program for East-Asian Law and Culture, Cornell Law School, Qinghua University Law School, 14-15 June 2013)
  • “The Global and Local in Investment and Arbitration Venue” (New Directions in Global Thought– Harvard Institute ofGlobal Law and Policy at Five , Harvard Law School, 3-4 June 2013)
  • “Cultural Dimensions, Psychological Expectations and Behavior Patterns in Arbitration” (The Roles of Psychology in International Arbitration, Brunel University, London, 22-24 May 2013) (via video link)
  • “Arbitration in China: A Legal and Cultural Analysis and Institutional Response” (Book Launch co-hosted by Shearman & Sterling LLP’s Asia-interest inclusion network and the YoungProfessionals’ Organization of the Chinese European Arbitration Centre, New York, 9 May 2013)
  • “Arbitration in China: A Legal and Cultural Analysis” (Book Launch co-hosted by Chinese European Arbitration Center, CHSH Cerha Hempel Spiegelfeld Hlawati and Hart Publishing, Vienna, 23 March 2013)
  • “Unique Features of Arbitration in China Compared to Transnational Standards” (Young Arbitrators Forum, ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris, 14 March 2013).
  • “Harmonization of Law and Diffusion of Cultures: Glocalization of Arbitration from an East Asian Perspective”, (Harvard Yenching Talk , co-organized by Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies and Harvard Law School East Asian Legal Studies, Cambridge, 6 March 2013).
  • “Harmonization of Law and Divergence of Local Culture: Glocalization of Arbitration From an Asian Perspective” (The Institute for Transnational Arbitration 2nd Annual Winter Forum, Miami, 24-25 January 2013).
  • “Glocalization of Arbitration: A Transnational Institution Struggling with Local Traditions—The Case of Arbitration Transplant in China” (Comparative Legal History: Definitions and Challenges, organized by the European Society of Comparative Legal History, Amsterdam, 9-10 July 2012).
  • “Can You Leave Your Hat On? An Empirical Study of Arbitrators Facilitating Settlement in China” (Conference on Empirical Legal Studies, organized by Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 4 June 2012).
  • “Glocalization of Arbitration: Transnational Standards Struggling with Local Traditions” (International Conference on Law and Society, Organized by the Law and Society Organization, Hawaii, 5-8 June 2012).
  • “Changes and Continuities of Traditional Legal Culture in the Modernization of Law—The Case of China Through the Lenses of Dispute Resolution” (Fourth Annual Harvard-Stanford International Junior Faculty Forum , co-hosted by Harvard Law School and Stanford Law School, 17-19 November 2011, Harvard Law School, U.S.A.).
  • “Transplantation of Arbitration in China. A Cultural Perspective” (Legal Transplantation: Technicalities, Language and Culture, co-hosted by Clarke Program in East Asian Culture and Law, Cornell University, Law and Society Focus Area, CUHK, Chinese Law Programme, HKIAPS, and Universities Service Center for China Studies, CUHK, 7-8 December 2011, Hong Kong).
  • “Development of the Enforcement of Foreign-related and Foreign Awards in China_A Case Study” (Private International Law in the Context of Globalization: Opportunities and Challenges, organized by China University of Politics and Law, 22-23 October 2011, Beijing, China).
  • “A Behind-the-Scene Look at Arbitration in China” (Arbitration Conference, organized by Hong Kong Chartered Instituted of Arbitrators, 19 September 2011, Hong Kong).
  • “May I Have Tea Here And Dim Sum Elsewhere? Enforcement of an Annulled Award In A Different Jurisdiction” (ICDR Tea House Debate on Whether Awards That Have Been Set Aside Should be Enforced Elsewhere, organized by American Arbitration Association, 6 April 2011, Hong Kong).
  • “Re-examination of the People’s Mediation in China” (The Theory and Practice of Mediation in the New Era , organized by Shatou University Law School, 7-10 January 2011, Shantou, China).
  • “The Continuality of Tradition and the Reshaping of Legal Culture in the Process of Modernization” (Law and Culture, organized by Law and Culture Research Center of Qinghua University, 10-12 December 2010, Shenzhen, China).
  • “Legal Education in Mainland China: Where the Future Lies?” (Cross-Strait Academic Conference on Legal Education, organized by Academia Sinica, 11-12 June 2010, Taipei, Taiwan).
  • “Harmonization of Law and Divergence of Culture” (Law in Pluralist Asia: Challenges and Prospects, organized by Asian Law Institute Conference, 25 -26 May 2010, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia).
  • “Mediation Tradition and Innovation” (International Academic Seminar on Mediation Innovation and Theory in a Transformed Society, organized by South West University Law School and Guan An Bureau of Justice, 29 April – 1 May 2010, Sichuan, China).
  • “Transnational Arbitration: Will East Meet West” (Research Seminar at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, 14 April 2010, Hong Kong).
  • “Arbitration in China” (International Law in Asia – Past, Present and Future, Inaugural Conference of the Asian Society of International Law, organized by Asian Society of International Law, 7 - 9 April 2007, Singapore).

Arbitrage de noms de domaine

Case

Disputed Domain Name(s)

Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1600875

figfidelity.com, figfidelity.net, figfidelity.org, figfidelity0.com, figfidelity1.com, figfidelity2.com, figfidelity3.com, figfidelity4.com, figfidelity5.com, figfidelity6.com, figfidelity7.com, figfidelity8.com, and figfidelity9.com

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1600693

figfidelity.cn

Sole Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1600847

harrywinston.net

Sole Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1500819

warmanpumpsparts.com

Sole Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1500818

warmanslurrypumpchina.com

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1500647

maje.cn

Sole Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1500811

rimowa.site

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1500638

synjardy.cn

Sole Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1500770

nikon 商城 (nikon.xn--czru2d)

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1500623

westernhouse.net.cn

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1400577

marvelkids.cn

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1300562

p90x.com.cn

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1300556

enfamil.net.cn

Sole Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1300537

吉尼斯世界
纪录
吉尼斯世界 纪录.NET

Sole Panelist

ADNDRC Decision HK-1300498

haitao.com

Presiding Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1300530

gpharmon.cn, smartstock.cn

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1200504

amazoncloud.cn

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1100450

viviennewestwood.com.cn

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1100445

shanghai-disneyland.com.cn

Sole Panelist

HKDRP Decision DHK-1100070

alaia.com.hk

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN-1200471

pureguard.com.cn, pureguard.cn

Sole Panelist

CNDRP Decision DCN‐1200475

tommeetippee.com.cn

Sole Panelist