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Dentons

Dentons

Dentons China consists of 44 offices, with its head office in Beijing. Principle of the firm, which goes for “with ever higher ambition and broader view, down-to-earth hard work will build tremendous success”, is well reflected. It is also the principle that leads Dentons China to become a market leader who is capable of delivering timely and quality legal services, so that we can build up good foundation and abundant social resources with higher reputation.

Snapshot of Shanghai-London Stock Connect

By Willow Wei and Hanqi Wang, Dentons

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

H-share circulation and HK market reforms

By Fan Xingcheng, Dentons

Balance needed in interpreting insurance contract obligations

By Xu Dang and Luo Huichao, Dacheng Law Offices in Beijing

Rulings run counter to spirit of the insurance contract

By Xu Dang and Luo Huichao, Dacheng Law Offices

Resolution of inter-enterprise loan contract disputes in judicial practice

By Li Tao and Luo Huichao, Dacheng Law Offices

CORRESPONDENTS

Securitization of PPP project payment: reconfiguration of underlying assets

By Wang Jihong, Tang Hongwei, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Analysis of rules for offering Panda bonds

By Ren Gulong and Zhang Di, AnJie Law Firm

Determination of confidential info in material asset restructurings of listcos

By Tang Shi, Grandway Law Offices

FEATURES

Deals-of-the-Year-2018

Deals of the Year 2018

CBLJ selects outstanding china-related deals and cases in 2018, applauding remarkable legal efforts

Old hub, new rules

Hong Kong’s stock exchange is stepping up its game to attract more listings away from the US and China

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

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A review of the full convertibility of H-shares

By Liu Wen, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

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