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East & Concord Partners

East & Concord Partners

East & Concord Partners is headquartered in Beijing, with branch offices in others parts of China. The firm has more than 300 legal professionals, most with qualifications and experience from law schools and firms throughout the world.

Update on due diligence for cross-border M&A

By Yan Xianrui and Li Huaizhi, East & Concord Partners

Tag-along, drag-along: Binding shareholders together

By Zhang Yichi, East & Concord Partners

Toll road investment, financing and M&A

By Peng Jianxin and Huang Weimin, East & Concord Partners

Arbitration clause risks in M&A transition agreements

By Philip Qiao, East & Concord Partners

Reform and M&A models of SOE hospitals

By Zhong Ming and Zhao Mingqing, East & Concord Partners

M&A of existing infrastructure projects

By Zhai Songjun, East & Concord Partners

Criteria for determination of ‘insiders’ in criminal law

By Du Lianjun and Chu Zhilin, East & Concord Partners

Review of innovation market merger remedies in China

By Roger Zhang, East & Concord Partners

Prevention and control of tax risks in equity M&A

By Yang Bin and Qiu Yafei, East & Concord Partners

Buyout funds in mixed-ownership reforms of SOEs

By Yang Bin, Lei Yang, East & Concord Partners

Noteworthy M&A legal risks in the hotel industry

By Li Yanshan, Yang Li, East & Concord Partners in Hangzhou

The boundary of due diligence in mergers & acquisitions

By Zhao Renying and Zhang Xiaoyang, East & Concord Partners

Key points in due diligence on sporting event IP in China

By Zhang Qinghua and Shi Xiaonan, East & Concord Partners

Risks in acquisitions, restructurings by listed companies in China

By Du Lianjun and Chu Zhili, East & Concord Partners

Financial institutions to raise the ratio of foreign shareholding

By Jennifer Zhang and Hu Anran, East & Concord Partners

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

bankruptcy

De facto merger bankruptcy: reapportioning creditors’ interests

By Xu Bangwei and Zhang Xiaotong, Jingtian & Gongcheng
trade

Cross-border securitization of trade finance credit assets

By Wu Jiejiang, Jingtian & Gongcheng
bribery

Practical issues regarding commercial bribery

By Zhang Haixiao, AnJie Law Firm

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