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China Business Law Journal - March 2015

Volume 6, Issue 3



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In this issue

Foreign infusion

Draft law's impact on foreign investment

Focus on asset-backed securitisation, acquisitions in bankruptcy protection

By Wu Jian and Guo Shujing, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm
Roman Ipfling, DMS

China and Hong Kong: nowhere to hide for US tax evaders

By Roman Ipfling, DMS Offshore Investment Services Cayman Islands

Tips for variety television shows on utilising the Copyright Law

By Wang Yadong and Lu Lei, Run Ming Law Office

Game on

Familiarise your team with US corporate governance

How to handle IP transfers in anonymous purchases

By Ken Li, Chang Tsi & Partners

Regulation aimed at accelerating development of auto industry

By Maria Lucia Belliz, Argentina Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship
Manisha Singh Nair and Zoya Nafis, LexOrbis

India well on the way to granting protection for utility patents

By Manisha Singh Nair and Zoya Nafis, LexOrbis
Dong Chundao is a partner at Allbright Law Offices in Shanghai

Seeking recourse against an employee for economic loss

By Dong Chundao, AllBright Law Offices

Rulings run counter to spirit of the insurance contract

By Xu Dang and Luo Huichao, Dacheng Law Offices

More clarification on validity of foreign-related arbitration clauses

By Arthur Dong, AnJie Law Firm
Backdating documents

Non-compete clauses

Pre-trial injunction applications and problems in dispute cases

By Craig Zhou, Martin Hu & Partners

Understanding Dubai’s user-friendly rules for establishing a business

By Samer Qudah, Al Tamimi & Company

Significant issues in determination and notarisation of online evidence

By Jiang Fengtao and Yang Cunji, Hengdu Law Offices

M&A of domestic engineering design enterprises by foreign counterparts

By Han Yanyuan and Luo Jia, East & Concord Partners
Christoph Niederer is a partner and the head of Zurich Tax Department, and Fiona Gao Yue is an associate of China Desk at VISCHER.

Switzerland: enhanced tax transparency according to international standards

By Christoph Niederer and Fiona Gao Yue, VISCHER

China Business Law Journal – March 2015

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