All posts by Prof. Dr. Gangfang LIU

Associate Professor and Supervisor of Graduates, School of Law, University of International Business and Economics. He teaches and publishes extensively on International Commercial Law, Company Law, Economic Law, International Investment Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Law of Salvage at Sea. He is the member of Chinese Society of International Economic Law and China Maritime Law Association, and provides legal training and consultation to many central SOEs and foreign invested corporations.

Does the Meng Wanzhou case involve an abuse of process?

Should Ms. Meng Wanzhou be extradited from Canada to the US? The Canadian court overseeing her case and Canada’s Minister of Justice are responsible for determining this. If an abuse of process by either the requesting or requested state was committed during the extradition proceedings, it […]

Analysis of Legal Issues Involved in the Meng Wanzhou Case

Basic facts of the case On December 1, 2018, Canada arrested Ms. Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s Chief Financial Officer, in Vancouver at the request of the US. On December 11, 2018, the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Canada ruled on and approved Ms. Meng’s bail application. […]

Do Meng Wanzhou’s acts constitute fraud?

After arresting Ms. Meng Wanzhou at the request of the US, Canada still had to decide whether to extradite her to the US. The core question for consideration behind this decision is: During the meeting with the HSBC executive in 2013, did Ms. Meng misrepresent the […]