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Ups & downs

Our annual legal market survey takes financial snapshot of Chinese law firms

Open sesame

China woos world with asset management riches

Issuances

Issuances

Tight times

Chinese law firms reveal their fees in our exclusive billing rates survey, shedding light on how reduced corporate budgets have affected the cost of legal services

Challenges for dispute resolution services in 2021

By Cui Qiang, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Hong Kong IPOs

The A-List 2020

The A-List: Who are the elite lawyers being recognised by clients for China-related business?

Force for change

Irresistible forces of change are reforming the way dispute resolution is practised, but will this be enough to change the sector in China?

Gauging substantive similarity in software copyright disputes

By Chen Jing, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

When the going gets tough

China’s legal services market is navigating a tumultuous period of change. Our annual survey looks at how firms are performing, and what strategies they have in place to see them through the storm

Forward motion

Despite the trials thrown up in 2020, China has never stopped moving forward with legal reforms. Frankie Wang explores areas that have confused some companies, and seeks clarity from the experts

Impact of Foreign Investment Law on M&A in China

By Catherine Shen, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Beyond the ‘mega’ era

What does the future hold for China’s asset management industry?

Paths of domestic enterprises listing in Hong Kong

By Wang Bo and Chen Rui, Commerce & Finance Law Offices
Since the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (HKEX), the preferred place for overseas listing of PRC domestic enterprises, revised the listing rules for the Main Board in 2018 and added three chapters such as Chapter 18A, more than 200 domestic enterprises have completed a Main Board listing on the HKEX

Surfing boards

What is the best listing venue for homecoming Chinese stocks?

China Business Law Awards 2020

We launched the “Golden League” award this year to reflect the market situation, and to encourage the firms on the list, and their peers, to improve their overall quality and level of service

Corporate compliance under merger control regime

By Huang Kai, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Technified

Shanghai's tech exchange board to rival NASDAQ

Comparison of STIB System and GEB System

By Liu Tao and Huang Qingfeng, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

New year, more compliance

Existing challenges and new regulations in the Year of the Pig

A review of the full convertibility of H-shares

By Liu Wen, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Survey of Chinese law firms’ billing rates in 2018

Fees rise but quality, professionalism count more

Practical tips on using dispute resolution clauses

By Cui Qiang, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Into the storm

Overseas regulators are buffeting Chinese investment

Deal highlights

IPO paths under the new CDR policies in China

By Liu Tao and Huang Qingfeng, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Dancing breezily along: dreams of China’s capital markets lawyers

ChiNext and the Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Board have given many law firms their first experience of the securities market. But could stiff competition and high professional standards put an end to their dreams of dancing breezily through this market? By Raymond Yang

Weathering the storm

After coming under pressure from tax authorities in China and elsewhere, offshore jurisdictions are fighting hard for China business. George W Russell reports

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.

The deals of the year

China Business Law Journal celebrates the most significant transactions of 2010 and reveals the domestic and international law firms that guided them to fruition. By George W Russell and Raymond Yang

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