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China Business Law Journal - March 2011

Volume 2, Issue 3

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Highlights:

In this issue

Special tax treatment of corporate restructuring

By Hu Xiaodong, Concord & Partners

Acquiring listed companies by scheme of arrangement

By Michael Sheng and Marie McDonald, Blake Dawson

CIETAC and HKIAC arbitration rules compared (part 1)

By Jim Qiu, Yao Liang Law Offices
Wang Yadong and Helen Wu, Li Yundi: dispute over a famous person’s name, 李云迪案:名人姓名被抢注纠纷

Li Yundi: dispute over a famous person’s name

By Wang Yadong and Helen Wu, Run Ming Law Office
Tighter control, more freedom, 有张有弛 宽严结合

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
PRC bank lending goes global, 中资银行全球放贷,英美法律独领风骚

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

Legal options for protecting trademark right

By Spring Chang and Shen Huijuan, Chang Tsi & Partners
Deals of the year, part two, 更多精彩:律所年度杰出交易

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.

Henry Lee and Jessy Wang, Yangshan central to Shanghai’s shipping ambitions, 洋山:上海航运中心的核心区

Yangshan central to Shanghai’s shipping ambitions

By Henry Lee and Jessy Wang, Dacheng Law Offices
Manisha Singh Nair, Court issuing search warrant needs no opinion of Trademark Registrar, 商标侵权案件中的法院搜查令

Court issuing search warrant needs no opinion of Trademark Registrar

By Manisha Singh Nair, Lex Orbis

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