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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

Future tense

In uncertain times, there are still plenty of opportunities for international law firms in China. The key is agility and adaptation.

The great outflow?

As China's economy recovers, what are the trends with its outbound investment around the globe, and what are the hurdles ahead?

Restructuring strategies

By Mark Fairbairn and Carolyn Dong, DLA Piper
This article examines options to improve liquidity and effect restructurings at a time when COVID-19 is causing economic pain on an unprecedented scale

Leaders of the pack

Against the complex political and economic backdrop, India Business Law Journal reveals the India-related achievements and activities of law firms across the globe

The International A-List 2019

World's top 100 India-focused legal experts revealed

Deals of the Year 2018

Top 50 deals and dispute resolution cases in 2018

Shared justice

Common ADR mechanism connects Belt and Road countries

Yin v Yang

Mediation can help turn conflict into consensus

Elephants in the room

How South Korea’s legal sector deals with not so subtle external influences

Think big

In the first of a new special series of the Belt and Road, we look at the germination of the Belt and Road initiative and trace its growth so far

Central and eastern Europe, country by country

China Business Law Journal is pleased to present a country-by-country guide to investment in central and eastern Europe for Chinese companies.

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.

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Continual vigilance, 持续警惕

Continual vigilance

Controlling legal risk goes beyond the legal department, and in-house counsel need a pragmatic approach, without letting perfection be the enemy of progress. Prominent counsel Peter Zhang offers advice from his decades of experience 

Strategies for privatisation of listed companies, 漫谈上市公司私有化策略, Jo Lit and Kristen Kwok, Walkers

Strategies for privatisation of listed companies

By Jo Lit and Kristen Kwok, Walkers
Mila Federis

Kolin decision brings final relief to Philippine trademark confusion

By Mila Federis, Federis & Associates

The recent decision in Kolin Electronics (KECI) v Kolin Philippines International (2021) came as a relief to erase the confusion by the court decision that allowed two unrelated companies to register one identical trademark for clearly related goods

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Gender in justice

Prominent women lawyers in Asia share their experiences of finding success and overcoming gender barriers on the way

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Indonesia’s top 100 lawyers

Asia Business Law Journal presents its A-List of the top 100 lawyers practising in Indonesia

Continual vigilance, 持续警惕

Continual vigilance

Controlling legal risk goes beyond the legal department, and in-house counsel need a pragmatic approach, without letting perfection be the enemy of progress. Prominent counsel Peter Zhang offers advice from his decades of experience 

Vaccinating your staff

Vaccinating your staff?

The government has allowed the private sector to step in and vaccinate staff. Pharma legal expert Shantanu Mukherjee and co-author Sampreetha Kumar explain how to navigate setting up a vaccination facility for your employees

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Star struck

Through rolling reforms including the stellar success of the Star Market, mainland capital markets are soaring skyward, even as the trend of US IPOs maintains momentum. So, what is the right listing location for your company?

legal tech

Lawyering 2.0

Why have law firms been so sluggish to adopt technology? And where is the legal sector heading now it is on board?