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March 2011

Deals of the year, part two

China Business Law Journal presents the second half of our selection of significant transactions from last year, and the domestic and international law firms behind them. By George W Russell and Raymond Yang.

Chinese cash, common law: PRC bank lending goes global

The biggest Chinese banks have ambitious global lending plans. This is creating borrowing opportunities for Chinese and international companies, and a windfall for major law firms. George W Russell and Robin Weir report

Tighter control, more freedom

To accompany our review of the leading deals of 2010, we asked our readers to identify the key legal issues that will face business in the coming months. By Robin Weir

The benefits of the UK-China bilateral investment treaty

By Stuart Dutson and Amin Batada, Eversheds

Acquiring listed companies by scheme of arrangement

By Michael Sheng and Marie McDonald, Blake Dawson

Yangshan central to Shanghai’s shipping ambitions

By Henry Lee and Jessy Wang, Dacheng Law Offices

Special tax treatment of corporate restructuring

By Hu Xiaodong, Concord & Partners

Legal options for protecting trademark right

By Spring Chang and Shen Huijuan, Chang Tsi & Partners

Li Yundi: dispute over a famous person’s name

By Wang Yadong and Helen Wu, Run Ming Law Office

Changing equity stakes in foreign investment enterprises

By Vera Wei, Martin Hu & Partners

The issue of ownership of concession projects

By Wang Jihong, V&T Law Firm

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China Business Law Awards 2022

China Business Law Journal reveals the law firms that have excelled in the past year

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What does it take to be a top lawyer?

We asked some of our elite A-list lawyers to provide us with keywords that others might use to rise to the top of their game

In-house Counsel Awards revealed

After months of intensive market surveys and research, China Business Law Journal's editorial team unveils our In-house Counsel Award winners

CORRESPONDENTS

Protecting ‘new forms’ of labourers in Guangdong, Shaw Zhao, Mia Wang

Protecting the rights of ‘new form’ labourers in Guangdong

By Shaw Zhao and Mia Wang, Jingtian & Gongcheng
Different court approaches to bankruptcy claim objections, Wang Zhenxiang

Different court approaches to bankruptcy claim objections

By Wang Zhenxiang, Jingtian & Gongcheng
Observations on the arbitrability of anti-monopoly disputes, Ryan Fang, Simon Shi

Observations on the arbitrability of anti-monopoly disputes

By Ryan Fang and Simon Shi, Jingtian & Gongcheng

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Within the epicentre

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

Shifting tide of audit compliance for US listings, Willow Wei

Shifting tide of audit compliance for US listings

By Willow Wei, Dentons China
How to plan mass staffing adjustments, Shao Bo

How to plan mass staffing adjustments

By Shao Bo, Labours
New directions in handling of securities misrepresentations, He Chunyan, Deng Xiaoming

New directions in handling of securities misrepresentations

By He Chunyan and Deng Xiaoming, Han Kun Law Office

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