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Wu Bin

Wu Bin

Director of National Dispute Resolution Committee
Landing Law Offices

Tel: +86 159 2199 5725
Email: bin.wu@landinglawyer.com

Practice areas

Corporate governance, investment and financing; Financial asset management; Real estate & construction; Civil and commercial dispute resolution


Wu Bin is the managing partner of Shanghai Landing Law Offices. He holds key roles such as the director of the National Dispute Resolution Professional Committee at Landing, and a committee member of the 10th Network and High-Tech Business Committee of the All China Lawyers Association. He serves as an arbitrator in multiple arbitration institutions in Shanghai, Nanjing and Changsha. Wu is also a part-time master’s supervisor at prestigious institutions, including East China University of Political Science and Law, East China University of Science and Technology, and Shanghai University of Political Science and Law.

Wu’s legal acumen has been recognised in the “2020 Deals of the Year” report by China Business Law Journal, and he prominently featured in the 2023 Chambers Greater China Region Corporate/Commercial (Shanghai) list. Under his leadership, Landing gained recognition in the Benchmark Litigation 2022 Annual Dispute Resolution list. With a background as a judge, Wu earned the Second-Class Merit of the People’s Court of China and multiple commendations, solidifying his standing as an outstanding legal professional.

Wu’s practice spans corporate governance, investment financing, financial asset management, real estate and construction, and significant civil and commercial dispute resolution. Proficient in both litigation and non-litigation strategies, he crafts comprehensive solutions tailored to clients’ core business needs with the intent of maximising their interests.

As an accomplished author, Wu has published multiple monographs. His articles received accolades including the Shanghai Democratic Rule of Law Research Project Theoretical Achievement Award and the Excellent Achievement Award of the Shanghai Social Governance Legalization Concept and Practice Seminar. His discourses extend to core law journals like Legal Studies and East Law Review.

Wu has adeptly handled numerous pivotal and complex disputes, resulting in substantial benefits for clients, reducing losses by hundreds of millions of renminbi. Examples include resolving legal issues in a development project, addressing land transfer and fair competition matters for a landmark project, and handling disputes related to investment co-operation, land-use rights transfer, and ground-breaking cases like the “First Case of China’s Electronic Invoices”. His expertise extends to equity disputes, liquidity support contract disputes, urban renewal project disputes, and corporate control disputes for a fund subsidiary, earning widespread client recognition.

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