Mr Hu Ke is a partner in Jingtian’s dispute resolution group, specialising in litigation and arbitration (in commercial and IP-related matters), cybersecurity and data protection.

Mr Hu has represented domestic and international clients in 100+ court proceedings in China and arbitration proceedings under CIETAC, BAC, HKIAC, ICC, SIAC, SCC and UNCITRAL rules. His experience covers disputes in relation to general commercial contracts, corporate and joint venture matters, private equity and venture capital investment, energy, carbon finance, entertainment and culture, technology licensing, IP protection, and the recognition and enforcement of oversea arbitral awards and court judgments. He is recognised by Who’s Who Legal as a ‘Future Leader’ in arbitration in 2018 and 2019, by Asialaw Profiles as a ‘Rising Star’ and by Chambers Asia Pacific as an ‘up-and-coming’ practitioner in arbitration for its 2019 edition.

Mr Hu holds an LLM degree, 2013, from the University of California, Berkeley, and an LLB degree, 2006, from Peking University Law School. He is a member of the International Bar Association and the steering committee of IBA Arb40, and a member of the ICCA/Tsinghua Joint Working Group on Chinese Arbitration Practice.