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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.

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

CORRESPONDENTS

垄断

Independence of central enterprises in M&A anti-monopoly declarations

By Wang Jihong and Zhao Huiqi, Zhong Lun Law Firm
collaterals

New rules on managing funds from users of vehicle sharing services

By Wu Jiejiang, Jingtian & Gongcheng
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

FEATURES

IP strategies

The long game

Chinese investors need far-sighted overseas IP strategy

Legal technology

Connecting the dots

How legaltech can help in-house counsel

su yanan

Crossing the divide

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

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

IPO options NEEQ

IPO options for NEEQ-listed enterprises

By Jeremy Dai and Liu Xiaomin, AnJie Law Firm
Star Market

Closed loop: Stabilizer of Star Market company equity structure

By Zhang Di and Cai Hang, AnJie Law Firm
stock-pledged repurchase

Disposal of default in stock-pledged repurchase transactions

By Pan Xiuping and Zhao Weijun, Longan Law Firm

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