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Lantai Partners

Lantai Partners

Lantai is a partnership law firm that insists on an integrated management system. Since its establishment, it has been committed to providing first-class legal services for commercial law matters and dispute resolution.

Assessing validity of new credit-enhancing documents

By Yang Guang and Li Yunshi, Lantai Partners

Probe in debt for equity swaps during reorganizations

By Yang Guang and Wang Yao, Lantai Partners

Judicial recognition of independent letters of guarantee

By Yang Guang and Wang Chengtao, Lantai Partners

Points for SOEs transferring commercial bank equity

By Yang Guang and Wang Yao, Lantai Partners

Minutes redefine notes financing business of financial institutions

By Yang Guang and Zhang Xiaoke, Lantai Partners

The minutes: Security issues affecting financial institutions

By Yang Guang and Wang Qing, Lantai Partners

Categorizing civil procedures for crimes involving the wider public

By Yang Guang and Zhang Xiaoke, Lantai Law Firm

Legal relationship of credit enhancement in structured trusts

By Yang Guang and Cynthia Lian, Lantai Partners

Key issues in export credit insurance disputes

By Yang Guang and Xue Yuan, Lantai Partners

Remedies for lessors in financial lease disputes

By Yang Guang and Lian Tianjiao, Lantai Partners

Effectiveness and application of transferring guarantee

By Wang Qing and Li Yunshi, Lantai Partners

How to realize over-the-counter stock pledge rights

By Wang Qing and Wang Yao, Lantai Partners

Apparent agency in overlapping criminal and civil cases

By Yao Xiaomin and Xu Xiaoxuan, Lantai Partners

Guidelines for characterizing repurchase commitments

By Yao Xiaomin and Li Yupeng, Lantai Partners

Liability for losses of investors on asset management products

By Yao Xiaomin and Guo Xiaohan, Lantai Partners

Quasi-security measures adopted by listed companies without resolution

By Yao Xiaomin, Yuan Yuhui, Lantai Partners

Getting to the root of chaotic P2P lending

By Yang Guang, Li Yunshi, Lantai Partners

Underlying assets review of non-standard asset-management products

By Yao Xiaomin and Wang Meilin, Lantai Partners

Determining validity of contracts against regulatory provisions

By Yao Xiaomin, Lian Tianjiao, Lantai Partners

Rules for determining the ‘channel’ liability of entrusted parties

By Yao Xiaomin, Ma Yupeng, Lantai Partners

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What the Star Market has changed

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What makes an accretive taking-private deal?

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While going public could be the top priority for many private companies, going private, at the right time and sponsored by the right consortium, could be the preferred approach for some listed companies

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