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Corporate business; Government affairs and stated-owned enterprises; Real estate and infrastructure construction; Government public legal affairs
Hong Liang is the founding partner and managing partner of Shanghai Zhihe Law Firm. His law practice concentrates in the areas of corporate business, government affairs and state-owned enterprises, real estate and infrastructure construction, and government public legal affairs. In addition to the above-mentioned fields, he has been practising in capital markets and dispute resolution with a wealth of experience.
Hong graduated from the Chicago Kent School of Law, and obtained a Master of business administration from Fudan University, and a Bachelor’s degree from East China University of Political Science and Law. He used to work for the Shanghai Municipal People’s Government and the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. He is serving in a series of social duties such as: arbitrator of Shanghai International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission; arbitrator of the Shanghai Arbitration Commission; secretary general of the ACLA’s company law research committee; Director of the Shanghai Bar Association’s government affairs research committee; part-time professor at East China University of Political Science and Law and Shanghai University of Political Science and Law; member of the All-China Youth Federation’s standing committee; and secretary general of its legal sector working committee.
Hong has been awarded Chambers & Partners’ Best Corporate/Commercial Lawyers Awards four times. He was selected to the first batch of the Ministry of Justice’s Leading Lawyers in Cross-Border Legal Services, and to the Shanghai Law Society’s Foreign-Related Legal Talents. He has participated in the largest central urban area renewal project in mainland China, has flexibly used various financial instruments in infrastructure construction, large-scale construction projects and other key projects, and has played an important role in the mixed ownership reform for fresh e-commerce enterprises in mainland China.