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Ups & downs

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

The taming of tech

The golden days of unfettered growth for China's homegrown tech companies could be coming to an end as regulators speed up data-oriented reforms. What are the legal pitfalls and the hefty consequences, and who will be most affected?

Fighting fund

Litigation financing has found favour in developed markets, but Asian jurisdictions remain guarded. With Hong Kong and Singapore leading the way, will others follow?

Devil in the data

Looking up to the EU's General Data Protection Regulation as a benchmark, Asian data privacy landscape evolves rapidly with its own unique approaches and challenges

How to be a top lawyer

Top 10 habits of most successful lawyers in China

Deals of the Year

A turbulent year did not deter deal makers and their legal advisers from closing cutting-edge transactions

New judicial trends in objections to jurisdiction

By Li Chen and Wang Qiao, Dentons

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?

Exclusive distribution v parallel import

By Zhan Guohong, Dentons

New challenges of commercial disputes in Civil Code era

By Han Huixiao and Tang Jie, Dentons

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

Be aware on the issue of customs royalties

By Pan Jia, Dentons

Risk in copying template of interbank fiduciary agreements

By Hua Tao and Deng Wei, Dentons

Beyond the ‘mega’ era

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

Ten questions about ‘dismantling the red chips structure’

By Xu Jingke and Fan Jianhong, Dentons
Should a company dismantle the structure or not? If so, how? What are the important issues to consider during the process?

Allocation of owner liability in smuggling cases

By Jenny Zhan, Dentons

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?

Issuing bonds abroad during the pandemic

By Jason Cheng and Mao Shengdi, Dentons

Cases for third-party price verification

By Zhan Guohong, Dentons

Access to capital for Chinese businesses through London listings

By Michael Wang and Nikolas Colbridge, Dentons

Controlling legal risks in trademark transfers

By Shan Xunping, Dentons

GDR under the Shanghai-London Stock Connect mechanism

By Frank Qu, Dentons

3D TM operating strategy for enterprises

By Zhao Yunhu, Dentons

HKEX and Star Market: How do new drug developers choose?

By Jason Cheng, Mao Shengdi and Yuan Xin, Dentons

Effective responses in 3-year non-use TM cancellations

By William Shen, Dentons

SOE H-share IPOs: Party building and corporate governance

By Fan Xingcheng, Dentons

Parallel imports and brand protection strategy

By Li Jiaming, Dentons

Arbitration evolution

Internationalizing China's dispute resolution system

The gameplan

China deploys reforms to buoy its economy

Grand design

What legal services will Greater Bay Area require?

Overseas ‘Sci-tech Innovation Board’

By Willow WEI, Dentons

Bay watch

How will China's greater bay project work for lawyers?

ICH protection and trademark registration

By Michael Liu, Dentons

Risks of US IPO under a China-US trade war

By Jason Cheng and Claire Wong, Dentons

Fair prey

Regulators will step up their regulation of monopolistic behaviour

HKEx rules for placements to cornerstone investors

By Fan Xingcheng, Dentons

Technified

Shanghai's tech exchange board to rival NASDAQ

IP cornerstone for exclusivity of biopharmaceutical brands

By Li Jiaming and Leona Liu, Dentons

Brand protection under the ODM model

By Kevin Cheng, Dentons

New year, more compliance

Existing challenges and new regulations in the Year of the Pig

Issues in the practise of bulk trademark renewal

By Shan Xunping, Dentons

Snapshot of Shanghai-London Stock Connect

By Willow Wei and Hanqi Wang, Dentons

Effect of related-party M&A provision on red-chip listing

By Jason Cheng, Wang Yuhui, Dentons

Weighted voting right system for listings in Hong Kong

By Fan Xingcheng, Dentons

Against the flow

Domestic and foreign law firms strive to develop in China

Into the storm

Overseas regulators are buffeting Chinese investment

Offshore red-chip structure: Employee incentive scheme via trust plan

By Jason Cheng, Mao Shengdi, Jiang Hao, Dentons

Capital returns

China is injecting new energy and vitality into its capital market with various reforms.

H-share circulation and HK market reforms

By Fan Xingcheng, Dentons

Capital makes port

China’s capital markets are further integrated with the world

Hot and cold

Forecast on investment in US and Canada

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taiwan

Patent law development in Taiwan

By Kuo Yulan, Jane Wang, and Brian Hsieh, Formosa Transnational

Patent legislation across Asian jurisdictions is constantly catching up with the pandemic’s demands, with stronger protection, foreign filing and higher compensation being common themes.

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Ups & downs

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

Design protection in China’s amended Patent Law

By Liu Zongjie, Corner Stone & Partners

The fourth amendment of the PRC Patent Law came into force on 1 June 2021. The amended law intensifies patent protection, promotes patent exploitation and employment, and improves the patent granting system

Efficiency boost as certificates of no violation replaced, 以信用报告代替企业无违法违规证明, Lam Yee Hung and Huang Qianyuan, ETR Law Firm

Efficiency boost as certificates of no violation replaced 

By Lam Yee Hung and Huang Qianyuan, ETR Law Firm 
Karthik Somasundram Bharucha Partners Ignoring evidence renders an arbitral award perverse

Ignoring evidence renders an arbitral award perverse

By Karthik Somasundram, Bharucha & Partners

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legal tech

Siri Hal Jarvis & Associates

We peer into the undefined future of legal tech and explore how AI is already reshaping the business of law. Just how long will it be before Jarvis makes partner?