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Co-effort Law Firm

Co-effort Law Firm

Co-effort Law Firm is headquartered in Shanghai with 14 branch offices in China and abroad. The firm's internationalized professional service network helps the investors secure and facilitate their investment and business operations both in China and globally.

Supreme Court’s judicial interpretations boost business environment

By Wang Wei and Wang Tianmeng, Co-effort Law Firm

Frontier legislation of behaviour preservation regarding IP rights

By You Minjian and Li Yuan, Co-effort Law Firm

Necessity and feasibility of summary bankruptcy proceedings

By Wang Wei, Gao Menglu, Co-effort Law Firm

Tencent case and risks in non-compete commitments

By Victor Zhao and Sheen Huang, Co-effort Law Firm

Relief issues of non-defaulting parties in bankruptcy cases

By Wang Wei, Fu Chengrui, Co-effort Law Firm

Prevention of legal risks with foreign-related contracts

By Tony Zhang and Grace Zheng, Co-effort Law Firm

Limited application of ad hoc arbitration in China

By Tony Zhang and Grace Zheng, Co-effort Law Firm

The necessity of a personal bankruptcy system in China

By Wang Wei and Gao Menglu, Co-effort Law Firm

CSRC review: visible and invisible red lines

By Zhang Ne, Co-effort Law Firm

Voluntary, compulsory liquidation of foreign-invested enterprises

By Wang Wei and Jiang Han, Co-effort Law Firm

Vessel arrest rules bring risks for leasing companies

By Grace Zheng and Tony Zhang, Co-effort Law Firm

New vessel arrest rules bring risks for financial leasing companies

By Grace Zheng and Tony Zhang, Co-effort Law Firm

Legal risks of VAM agreements on IPO

By Ma Chenguang, Co-effort Law Firm

MOST POPULAR

Chinese Law Firm Billing Rates and Lawyer Fees 2019

Meltdown?

As competition heats up, how will law firms avoid low-cost chaos?

Outbound

Outbound hard ground

Geopolitical risks impact Chinese investment

杭州, Hangzhou skyline view

Tech transition

How law firms tailor services for Hangzhou’s fast development

CORRESPONDENTS

taxes

Income taxes on partners of limited partnership and VC funds

By Yang Kaiguang and Che Qianli, Zhong Lun Law Firm
外国

How foreign parties prepare appointment procedure documents

By Pang Dongcheng, Sanyou Intellectual Property Agency
bankruptcy

De facto merger bankruptcy: reapportioning creditors’ interests

By Xu Bangwei and Zhang Xiaotong, Jingtian & Gongcheng

FEATURES

CBLJ

In-depth coverage of CBLJ Forum in Shanghai

Hundreds of in-house counsel and other business leaders attend CBLJ Forum

The winners are…

Results of our inaugural awards for outstanding in-house counsel

In the hot seat

Interview with Milton Cheng, Baker McKenzie’s new global chair

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

3D

Registration of 3D trademarks

By He Wei, Wanhuida Intellectual Property
antitrust

Response to antitrust litigation in China

By Huang Wei and Zhou Wen, Tian Yuan Law Firm
arbitration

Customized designs of arbitration clauses

By Li Fei and Wang Gongjing, Langfang Arbitration Commission

Lexicon

convention

Singapore convention on mediation

Cross-border settlement can be directly enforced in the courts of signatories