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Haiwen & Partners hires private equity partner Benran Huang

Haiwen & Partners adds Zhao Sheng partner Benran Huang, strengthening Beijing office's TMT, manufacturing, consumer & healthcare practice

Firms act on Ascendent’s USD1.66bn acquisition of Hollysys

Six firms advise on Ascendent Capital Partners' USD1.66bn acquisition of China's Hollysys Automation Technologies, a control system solutions provider

Jingtian & Gongcheng adds partners to IP, dispute resolution

Ma Qiang and Wang Wei have joined Jingtian & Gongcheng as partners, bolstering the firm's expertise in IP and commercial dispute resolution

The A-List 2023-24: Growth Drivers

Following an extensive survey of market opinion and independent editorial research, China Business Law Journal announces the Growth Drivers in China’s legal market.

Zhao Sheng names Richard Gu as new managing partner

Zhao Sheng Law Firm has appointed Richard Gu, a Shanghai-based corporate partner, as its managing partner

International trade expert joins Haiwen in Beijing

Haiwen & Partners has strengthened its global trade practice with the recruitment of Yuan Shuaiqi as an international partner in the firm’s Beijing office

Haiwen adds Alibaba’s senior counsel Fu Duan

Cross-border M&A specialist Fu Duan has joined Haiwen & Partners and will be based in the Beijing and Hong Kong offices

Cross-border fundraising opens doors for foreign funds

By Zhang Kainan, Haiwen & Partners

Insights into cross-border fundraising for foreign funds in China's evolving regulatory landscape.

Stellantis acquires 20% stake in Leapmotor for EUR1.5bn

Maserati’s holding company Stellantis has acquired a 20% stake in new-energy carmaker Leapmotor for USD1.6 billion

China Business Law Awards (Regional Awards) 2023

China Business Law Journal identifies the leading “branch office” and “homegrown” law firms across different regions.

Hard knocks

How did China’s legal market fare in the locked down year of 2022? Our annual survey, featuring 88 leading law firms, reveals the answers

Haiwen adds bank financing duo Hallam Chow, Boya Shen

Haiwen & Partners has welcomed Hallam Chow and Boya Shen as partners both in its Beijing and Hong Kong offices

Bain Capital takes private China’s biggest data-centre provider

Seven law firms have assisted Chinese data-centre provider Chindata Group’s privatisation by its holding company Bain Capital, which buys all the outstanding stock at USD4.3 per ordinary share, or USD8.6 per ADS, for USD3.16 billion.

Newborn Town buys Chizicheng to acquire LGBTQ digital platform

Newborn Town acquired LGBTQ digital platform BlueCity and its affiliates from Chizicheng Strategy Investment, with advice from Haiwen & Partners, Jingtian & Gongcheng, and Harneys

Huaqin Technology raises USD811.56m on SSE listing

Zhong Lun Law Firm and Haiwen & Partners advised on Huaqin Technology’s IPO on the SSE, raising USD811.56 million from listing 724.25 million A shares

Quartet acts for China’s first group of REIT expansions

Haiwen & Partners, Han Kun Law Offices, King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) and Zhong Lun Law Firm counselled China’s initial set of four infrastructure real estate investment trust (REIT) expansion projects

Haiwen welcomes three partners to boost capital markets in HK

Haiwen & Partners hires three partners Tom Chau, Wang Zhong and Isaac Chen from Herbert Smith Freehills to strengthen its practice in Hong Kong capital markets practice

China Business Law Awards 2023

China Business Law Journal reveals its top performing law firms of 2022

Four law firms assist on Subway master franchise agreement

Baker McKenzie, Kirkland & Ellis, Haiwen & Partners and Han Kun Law Offices advised on one of the largest master franchise agreements in the fast-food industry covering international chain Subway’s plan to open 4,000 stores in mainland China in the next two decades

Nexchip taps KWM and Haiwen on RMB9.96bn Star Market IPO

King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) and Haiwen & Partners acted on Nexchip Semiconductor Corporation’s USD1.44 billion IPO on the Star Market, the largest A-sh are listing to date this year

Five firms advise ZJLD’s HKD5.3bn IPO in biggest HK listing this year

Davis Polk, King & Wood Mallesons (KWM), Conyers Dill & Pearman, Cleary Gottlieb and Haiwen & Partners, have advised on the largest IPO in Hong Kong to date this year

HK financial licences a proven QFII path to foreign investors

By Zhang Kainan and Wang Qingjian, Haiwen & Partners

Six law firms act on Bitdeer’s Nasdaq SPAC listing

Six firms assisted crypto miner Bitdeer Technologies Holding on its Nasdaq listing after closing a merger with blank cheque company Blue Safari Acquisition at a valuation of USD1.18 billion

Three firms advise Lufax on HKEX listing by introduction

Three firms advised Ping An Insurance’s fintech arm Lufax on its HKEX debut by introduction, a way for a company already on another exchange to list without issuing new shares or fundraising within six months

Inventive incentive

Teresa Cheng, Edward Liu list Hong Kong’s unique strengths as a dispute resolution hub

Rising Stars 2023

When helping clients navigate a complex legal landscape, young elite lawyers have brought fresh ideas and innovative approaches to the table

On the money

As part of our annual exploration of billing rates, we decided to begin analysing specific sectors for an insight into how fee practices vary

Time for plan B?

Misunderstood by many, the bankruptcy regime in China requires urgent legislative and administrative upgrades to inject market logic into the economy

Deals of the year 2022

China Business Law Journal announces the most exciting China-related legal transactions and disputes of 2022

Fees to please: Flexible and innovative fee structure for Hong Kong arbitration

With an increasing demand for TPF, the authors are optimistic that the current third-party regime will serve as an important access to justice

The A-List 2022

After thorough editorial survey and research, China Business Law Journal presents the elite lawyers in China’s legal market

China’s second largest streaming platform Huafang lists in Hong Kong

Huafang Group, the second largest online entertainment streaming platform in China, raised HKD129 million (USD16.56 million) on its HKEX listing, offering 46 million shares at HKD2.8 each

Jia Yuan, V&T, Stephen Peepels pave way for CALB’s HK debut

China Aviation Lithium Battery (CALB) has debuted on the HKEX, raising HKD10.1 billion (USD1.29 billion), ranking it as the third largest IPO on the city’s bourse by the end of October this year

Dispute resolution specialist Chen Jingjing back at Haiwen

Chen Jingjing has returned to Haiwen & Partners as a partner to boost the firm’s dispute resolution business in the Shanghai office

Counting blessings

China Business Law Journal conducted its annual legal market survey for 2021 with 94 leading law firms to seek their views on trends of the past year

China Business Law Awards (Regional Awards) 2022

China Business Law Journal identify the leading “branch office” and “homegrown” law firms across different regions

Disputes specialist returns to Haiwen & Partners

AnJie & Broad Law Firm lawyer Yang Chao has returned to Haiwen & Partners as a partner to handle the disputes business

CTG Duty Free raises HKD16bn in Hong Kong

China Tourism Group Duty Free (CTG Duty Free), the world’s largest travel retailer, has raised HKD16.24 billion (USD2.07 billion) from its IPO on the HKEX on 25 August

Commercial dispute resolution expert moves to Haiwen

Haiwen & Partners has hired Edward Liu as a partner in the Hong Kong office, who was previously a partner at Hill Dickinson

Markets of choice

Chinese companies are finding both challenges and opportunities amid shakeups in capital markets at home and abroad

NaaS charges into Nasdaq on short-cut

NaaS Technology has been listed on Nasdaq through a merger with US company RISE Education Cayman in a deal that makes NaaS the third China concepts stock to go public in the US this year and the first IPO for an electric-vehicle charging-services provider

Xu guides angels to Startorus Fusion’s Tokamak

Partner Xu Guochuang of Haiwen & Partners advised Startorus Fusion in its multimillion-yuan angel round of funding

China Business Law Awards 2022

China Business Law Journal reveals the law firms that have excelled in the past year

What does it take to be a top lawyer?

Our A-List lawyers share strategies for success

Haiwen sharpens IP focus

Jia Yuanyuan, an IP specialist, has joined Haiwen & Partners as a partner in Beijing.

Deals of the year 2021

We look back at the most significant transactions and disputes of last year as we ring in the year of the tiger

Testing the wind

Law firms stress the importance of compliance and risk management for reshaping business

Ups & downs

Fees to please

With an increasing demand for TPF, the authors are optimistic that the current third-party regime will serve as an important access to justice

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Recent developments have reinforced the Cayman islands’ pro-arbitration reputation

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Ensuring liquidation preference to protect investor rights

By Parag Bhide and Mitali Kshatriya, Bharucha & Partners
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Literal or liberal interpretation in extending arbitration

By Sudeshna Guha Roy and Ayush Chaturvedi, Bharucha and Partners
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China’s export control system and tips for compliance

By Qiu Mengyun and Han Xiaoxi, AllBright Law Offices
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Arbitrator still in place despite unilaterally adjusting fees

By Sneha Jaisingh and Zashank Mehta, Bharucha & Partners

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