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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

CORRESPONDENTS

Laos Secured Transaction Law

Legal issues for Chinese enterprises in the Secured Transaction Law of Laos

By Wang Jihong and Xu Yibai, Zhong Lun Law Firm
private funds

Private funds v private asset management plans

By Chen Fang and Li Jingxiong, Zhong Lun Law Firm
important clients shareholders

Case study of ‘important clients + shareholders’ in IPOs

By Dong Yiping, Grandway Law Offices

FEATURES

Anna Xuevideo

Legal challenges in the internet age

Talking tech with Anna Xue, the IP director at Perfect World

antitrust

Fair prey

Regulators will step up their regulation of monopolistic behaviour

su yanan

Crossing the divide

Su Yanan, the legal director of Chinalife Capital, talks about her in-house role

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

trademark law

Fourth revision of PRC Trademark Law

By Huang Hui, Paul Ranjard and Cindy Shu Qi Zhen, Wanhuida Intellectual Property
Interim measures

Interim measures: Align China’s arbitration with the world

By David Jia Hongwei, Longan Law Firm
merger control

Corporate compliance under merger control regime

By Huang Kai, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Lexicon

Commercial courts

BRI and China’s International Commercial Courts

Some comparisons can be made between the old silk road and modern Belt and Road Initiative