Kathryn Sanger

Kathryn Sanger

Kathryn advises clients on complex international arbitration proceedings in Asia Pacific. 

Kathryn has nearly 15 years' experience of advising clients on arbitration and litigation proceedings in Asia Pacific.

She has advised clients across a wide range of industries and locations, with particular strengths in financial services, energy and in China-related matters.

Her arbitration skills and reputation in China matters are enhanced by her ability to speak and read Mandarin Chinese. 

Kathryn has an impressive profile in the Asian international arbitration market. She has been a Council Member of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) since 2008 and serves on the HKIAC Executive Committee. She is the current chair of the HKIAC appointments committee and has also served on its rules and proceedings committees.

Kathryn sits as an arbitrator, is listed on the HKIAC's List of Arbitrators, and is also a member of the Users Council of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre.

She is admitted to practice in England and Wales and Hong Kong.

Contact Kathryn Sanger

Website: https://www.herbertsmithfreehills.com/our-people/kathryn-sanger

Articles and Video:

Hong Kong Court Refuses to Issue 'Interim-Interim' Injunction to Restrain Arbitrator (11/09/20)
Hong Kong’s District Court refused to grant an injunction to restrain an arbitrator from acting in an arbitration, on the grounds that there was already another identical application before the court scheduled for hearing and that there was no urgency for granting an “interim-interim” injunction.