shopify visitor statistics
Grandway Law Offices

Grandway Law Offices

Grandway Law Offices has become a large leading law firm with high professionalism in China through 20 years of steady development. Headquartered in Beijing, Grandway has 5 branch offices in China and employs more than 300 lawyers and professionals.

Compliance in acquisition and restructuring of real estate intermediary firms

By Zhou Tao, Yuan Yueyun, Grandway Law Offices

Capitalization of reserves approach for M&A transactions

By Gong Ruozhou, Grandway Law Offices

SOE participation in restructuring of listed Companies (II)

By Du Lili and Zhao Yuanyuan, Grandway Law Offices

SOE participation in material asset restructurings of listed companies (Part 1)

By Du Lili and Zhao Yuanyuan, Grandway Law Offices

Income tax breaks applicable to corporate restructurings

By Cao Yiran and Wang Penghe, Grandway Law Offices

Legal practice in listed companies’ overseas M&A

By Wang Guan and Meng Wenxiang, Grandway Law Offices

Legal practice in listed companies’ overseas M&A

By Wang Guan and Meng Wenxiang, Grandway Law Offices

CORRESPONDENTS

China further relaxes restrictions on foreign investment access

By Jeremy Dai, AnJie Law Firm

A look at the methods of securing land for characteristic town projects

By Wang Jihong, Tang Hongwei, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Bank-trust business risk control under new asset management rules

By Wang Mengjing, Co-effort Law Firm

FEATURES

Domestic-and-foreign-law-firms-strive-to-develop-in-China

Against the flow

Domestic and foreign law firms strive to develop in China

Lawyers-views-it-is-a-critical-moment-for-China-to-further-open-up

Levelling up

It’s a critical moment for China to further open up

China-in-house-counsel-corporate-lawyers

In-house focus

New trends and challenges facing corporate counsel

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

中国印度投资 律师事务所

Foreign seat of arbitration for domestic Indian disputes

By Ravi Singhania and Gunjan Chhabra, Singhania & Partners

Lexicon

China-Lexicon

Discovery

Evidence collection in common law jurisdictions and in China