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China Business Law Awards 2020 nomination

China Business Law Journal is conducting extensive research for the China Business Law Awards, which will be granted to the best Chinese and international law firms for the China market and the results will...
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In-depth coverage of CBLJ Forum in Shanghai

Today, Chinese enterprises engaging in cross-border business face formidable challenges. The global business environment is full of uncertainty, the geopolitical landscape is increasingly complex, and overseas laws and regulations on international business are being...

The winners are…

China Business Law Journal presents the results of our inaugural awards for prominent in-house counsel in China. Richard Li reportsSee the full list of winners For the past 10 years China Business Law Journal has...
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Hidden gems

China Business Law Journal is proud to present the inaugural CBLJ In-house Counsel Awards in this issue. For the past 10 years, we have been reporting on the crucial role played by in-house counsel...
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Interview with Shawn Zhao, general counsel of Schneider Electric China

Shawn Zhao, VP and general counsel Greater China, Schneider Electric (China)Transcript: Q: What are the emerging legal trends in your industry? A: I have actually worked at two manufacturing companies in the past few years and I...
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Meltdown?

As competition heats up, can law firms avoid low-cost chaos? Richard Li reports With the economy under pressure and slowing, the legal departments of many enterprises are keeping a closer eye on their budget control, resulting...
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Arbitration: Six shades of wisdom

Chinese arbitration has its own development track. Riding high on the goals and undertakings of making home-grown arbitration practices more international, the country also charts its course of introducing “China’s experience” and “Oriental wisdom”...
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The road to broader engagement

Chinese arbitration has its own development track. Riding high on the goals and undertakings of making home-grown arbitration practices more international, the country also charts its course of introducing “China’s experience” and “Oriental wisdom”...
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CBLJ Forum comes to Shanghai

Following our successful Beijing conference in April, China Business Law Journal, a publication of Vantage Asia, will be hosting our CBLJ Forum 2019 (Shanghai) at the Grand Haytt Hotel on 12 November 2019, this...
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More than half the sky

Senior women lawyers from China and the wider Asia region share personal stories of challenges and successes. Frankie Wang and Vandana Chatlani report The Chinese saying goes, “women hold up half the sky”. But female...
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A legal legacy

The man who has steadied the legal tiller of the good ship ADB is leaving after almost seven years. What has he achieved? And what challenges will the bank face after he has gone?...

Corporate voices

What kinds of opportunities and challenges do enterprises face in China’s current regulatory and market environments? China Business Law Journal interviewed corporate counsel and senior executives from different industries to get some observations Media beyond...
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A new SOE-ra

State-owned enterprises were the vanguard of the ‘going global’ wave, but their compliance was often poor. Frankie wang reports on a changing of the guardALTHOUGH STATE-OWNED ENTERPRISES (SOEs) are not a phenomenon solely restricted...
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Technology is changing legal industry, says Xiaomi GC

Sun Bin:General counsel, Xiaomi Transcripts:What are the trends and challenges affecting the legal industry and shaping its future? I see technology-wise 5G, Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence are really the major forces that are changing...
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Fighting the good fight

China started a large-scale restructuring of its government departments last year, an important part of which is the consolidation of antitrust authorities. The previous three antitrust agencies – the Anti-Monopoly Bureau of the Ministry...
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Connecting the dots

Legal technology can help in-house counsel centralize fragmented data, increasing efficiency and productivity, write Lindy Muto and Sam Kidd Corporate counsel are currently between a rock and a hard place. In the current legal landscape,...
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Legal eagles

With the goalposts of global business rapidly shifting, today’s corporate legal departments are not just about reviewing contracts or fire-fighting the blunders made by other departments. But how is this new role defined within...
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China’s new foreign investment law to promote antitrust and data protection

Victor Shen, Chief legal counsel of Henkel Greater China and Korea Transcripts:What do you see as the hot issues in China right now? I think the hottest topic is China's newly promulgated foreign investment law. I...
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The legal department culture that shapes top-tier in-house counsel

Eric Xie Chenyang, the General manager of legal department at Golden Concord HoldingsTranscripts:Could you tell us about your business and the regulatory landscape in China? We (Golden Concord Holdings) are a privately owned company. We...
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Tech prospects

The Science and Technology Innovation Board (STIB), China’s eagerly awaited new listing platform, has been placed on the fast track since the start of this year. About 100 companies have already filed their applications...