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China Business Law Journal - May 2020

Volume 11, Issue 5

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Highlights:

In this issue

Registration of ODI assets and equity

By Selena She and Kenneth Kong, Llinks Law Offices

Cayman privatizations back in vogue

By David Lamb, Conyers Dill & Pearman

Factors in the acquisition of NPLs in China

By Xu Bangwei and Bai Lijie, Jingtian & Gongcheng
shareholder

Protecting shareholder priority when transferring state-owned equity

By Lu Xiang and Ciera Rui, AllBright Law Offices
medical

New challenges of medical sourcing in China

What are the risks for global buyers sourcing medical equipment in China?

deals

Deal highlights

supply chain

Over the peak?

Businesses restarting after the worst of the pandemic face supply-related legal headaches. How should in-house counsel manage these and other risks?

punitive damages

Practical issues regarding punitive damages

By Chen Zhixing and Lan Manfeng, AnJie Law Firm
investments

Screening Chinese investments: What happens next?

By Santosh Pai and Anuj Trivedi, Link Legal India Law Services

Entities affected by India’s new policy may be able to take measures to obtain fast-tracked approvals

asset disposalvideo

Complex asset disposal in mass economic crime cases

By Wang Dan, Long An Law Firm

Mass economic crime, with illegal fundraising as a typical form, affects a large group of non-specific victims and features broad involvement, substantial destruction and difficult disposal of assets

asset

Adopting cloud, big data and AI in supply chain-based ABS

By Liang Hua and Chen Xiuli, V&T Law Firm

How can lawyers provide a better supply chain-based ABS service by adopting cutting-edge technologies?

Liquidation

The legal effect of liquidation preferences

By Li Xianxi and Xiao Zhijun, East & Concord Partners
market-oriented

‘Market-oriented’ criteria squarely target China

By Ni Jianlin, Dentons
China Business Law Journal Feb 2016

Adapt and evolve

bankruptcy

Zhejiang bankruptcy procedure involving criminal and civil liabilities

By Nafisa Nihmat and Rita Yan, Zhong Lun Law Firm

In recent years, the number of bankruptcy cases has increased significantly, and the issue of the cases involving both criminal and civil liabilities has become more prominent

Agents ad litem

Pandemics

The contractual impact of pandemics on corporate and financial transactions

german

Managing a crisis

By Kai Bandilla, David Loszynski and Gao Sen, Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

Slowly recovering from lockdown measures, most German companies are more or less affected by the government’s strategy of preventing an uncontrolled spread of the virus, and subsequently an overload of the German health system

stocks

The homecoming

A wave of Chinese stocks is poised to exit the US and seek capital back in Shanghai or Hong Kong, following recent fraud allegations of Nasdaq-listed Luckin Coffee and intensifying political tensions

debt

Probe in debt for equity swaps during reorganizations

By Yang Guang and Wang Yao, Lantai Partners
bankruptcyvideo

Practical issues of lawsuits confirming bankruptcy claims

By Xu Yu and Sun Hao, Hylands Law Firm

The lawsuit confirming bankruptcy claims is the final procedure in which the debtor and creditor raise objections to the determination of claims by the administrator in bankruptcy proceedings.

China Business Law Journal – May 2020

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