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China Business Law Journal - April 2018

Volume 9, Issue 4

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In this issue

Developing trusts under harsh regulation in China

By Wu Yang, Merits & Tree Law Offices

Conflicts over business names and trademark rights in China

By Shi Yakai, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency

Green and mean


Determining MT Sanchi’s compensation

By Victoria Wei, V&T Law Firm

New regulations on enforcement settlements, guarantees

By Cheng Bing and Zhao Qian, AnJie Law Firm

IP leaps forward

IP protection in China; Environmental protection; Investment into Africa

穆耸 MU SONG 中伦律师事务所 合伙人 Partner

Land for home rental, commercial conversion

By Mu Song, Zhong Lun Law Firm

IP protection in China

China is prioritizing a network of strong and effective new IP protection mechanisms


Rising in the East

The second of our series on Africa focuses on countries in the continent's east

Collective labour disputes involving strikes

By Yvonne Lu, MHP Law Firm

Disputes over fundraising failures of PE funds

By Liu Hui, Boss & Young

Proving copyright ownership in trademark disputes

By Wu Xiangrong, Wanhuida Peksung IP Group
Quan Kaiming AllBright LawOffices

Trends in Shanghai administrative penalty cases 2016-2017

By Quan Kaiming, AllBright Law Offices
Agents ad litem


What is the legal source of the duty of confidentiality and what are its boundaries


Legal implications of TM reputation on brand protection in China

By Frank Liu and Adam Zhu, Jincheng Tongda & Neal
Jiang Fengtao Hengdu Law Firm

Ice broken on IPOs involving ‘three-type shareholders’

By Jiang Fengtao and Ruan Lanquan, Hengdu Law Firm

Labour issues in acquisitions, restructurings in China

By Zhang Ming, Grandway Law Offices
朱璟 ZHU JING 天达共和律师事务所 律师 Associate East & Concord Partners

Foreign investment restrictions in P2P lending intermediaries

By Zhu Jing, East & Concord Partners

Prevention of legal risks with foreign-related contracts

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

China Business Law Journal – April 2018

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