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March 2018

Money matters

Securitization, Investment in Africa and Anti-bribery compliance

Choice of court

In some jurisdiction, it is very difficult to enforce a court judgment

Limited application of ad hoc arbitration in China

By Tony Zhang and Grace Zheng, Co-effort Law Firm

Data compliance challenges from new personal information security rules

By Stephanie Wu Yuanyuan and Song Ying, AnJie Law Firm

Policy changes for foreign investment in real estate in China

By Hao Han and Shi Yi, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Focus on the use of PE funds by quasi-REITs in China

By Thomas Wang and Li Zhiqi, Boss & Young

Key points in due diligence on sporting event IP in China

By Zhang Qinghua and Shi Xiaonan, East & Concord Partners

Trademark protection in China may not be what you think

By Frank Liu and Adam Zhu, Jincheng Tongda & Neal

Evidence preservation in patent infringement suits in China

By Chen Jian, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency

An explanation of ‘extensive asset management’ in China

By Long Haitao, Merits & Tree Law Offices

Keemun TM: A storm in a teacup

By Ding Jinling, Wanhuida Peksung IP Group

Do SOEs serving as GPs comply with regulations in China?

By Shi Yubin and He Wei, AllBright Law Offices

Investor protection in funds with project-based return distribution model

By Jiang Fengtao and Yuan Shuyang, Hengdu Law Firm

Hands on Africa

Part one on the continent’s longstanding partnership with China

Distressed asset purchases carry legal risks in China

By Zhong Zhifen and Jeffrey Quan, ETR Law Firm

Runny money

Why asset securitization is an effective new financing tool in China

Resisting temptation

Practical tips for anti-bribery compliance in the corruption-averse China

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