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Patent law development in India

By Manisha Singh & Joginder Singh, LexOrbis
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.

A comparison of patent law developments

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.

Compliance anxiety

In-house leaders reveal how to keep up with tectonic regulatory shifts

Singapore SPAC framework and opportunities

By Raymond Tong and Hoon Chi Tern, Rajah & Tann

Resolving land use deviations in infrastructure REITs

By Matthew Ching and Gu Mingwei, Jingtian & Gongcheng

Choosing the right exchange to IPO is a strategic move

By Yang Ke and Piao Yu, Tian Yuan Law Firm; William Ji, William Ji & Co

Update on the IPO and take-private markets in Bermuda

By Nicholas Davies and Jo Lit, Walkers
In the current wave of take-private activity, companies incorporated in Bermuda, above all other jurisdictions, are taking the lead and will remain at the forefront

Precise ambiguity: Legal liability for securities lawyers

By Zhu Rui and He Shengtong, Grandway Law Offices

M&A of China-listed companies in evolving policy environment

By Dorothy Xing and Cheng Jing, East & Concord Partners

What the Star Market has changed

By The Securities team of Shu Jin Law Firm
It provides a brief introduction to a few significantly influential innovative arrangements made by the Star Market

Surfing boards

What is the best listing venue for homecoming Chinese stocks?

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

By Jason Cheng, Mao Shengdi and Yuan Xin, Dentons

Risks of US IPO under a China-US trade war

By Jason Cheng and Claire Wong, Dentons

Share-based payment issues and equity incentives under STIB

By He Yu and Chen Shuo, AnJie Law Firm

HKEx rules for placements to cornerstone investors

By Fan Xingcheng, Dentons

Striking a balance on differential voting rights

By Juhi Singh and Tarinee Sudan, S&R Associates

Technified

Shanghai's tech exchange board to rival NASDAQ

The STIB’s new equity incentives

By Peng Guanping, Dentons

HK listing: Social insurance and housing fund issues

By Jeffrey Quan and Mo Xinying, ETR Law Firm

Focus on STIB regulations on equity incentives

By Wang Yan, Grandway Law Offices

Enter the dragon

Reform of Hong Kong listing rules welcomes new economy companies

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

By Jason Cheng, Wang Yuhui, Dentons

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

By Jason Cheng, Mao Shengdi, Jiang Hao, Dentons

Capital makes port

China’s capital markets are further integrated with the world

IPO paths under the new CDR policies in China

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

Ice broken on IPOs involving ‘three-type shareholders’

By Jiang Fengtao and Ruan Lanquan, Hengdu Law Firm

Bull run?

A suitable regulatory environment and positive investor sentiment allowed IPOs to flourish this year

IPO review essentials for NEEQ-listed companies

By Jiang Fengtao and Meng Dan, Hengdu Law Firm

IPO approvals with ‘three types of shareholders’

By Jiang Fengtao and Zhou Rong, Hengdu Law Firm

Chinese cash, common law: PRC bank lending goes global

The biggest Chinese banks have ambitious global lending plans. This is creating borrowing opportunities for Chinese and international companies, and a windfall for major law firms. George W Russell and Robin Weir report

Fighting for funds

Market turbulence has forced many Indian corporates to re-evaluate their domestic and international capital-raising strategies. But in spite of the difficulties, there is no shortage of investors willing to gamble on India

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