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EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

EY Chen & Co. Law Firm is headquartered in Shanghai, with branch offices in Beijing and Hong Kong. The firm is widely recognized as an outstanding commercial law firm in China, experienced in capital markets, investment, mergers and acquisitions, antitrust, banking, trusts, funds and compliance legal services.

Cross-border M&A: Capital regulation and planning

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Overseas M&A strategies in the pharma industry

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Legal due diligence and risk prevention in overseas M&A

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Recognizing M&A risks in the target country

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Changes in regulating overseas investments by CGEs

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Domestic regulation of overseas M&A

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Legal outlook for outbound mergers & acquisitions in 2017

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

CORRESPONDENTS

Regulatory policy governing Chinese companies’ overseas debt issuance

By Ling Tezhi, Du Linhong, Jingtian & Gongcheng
穆耸 MU SONG 中伦律师事务所 合伙人 Partner

Land for home rental, commercial conversion

By Mu Song, Zhong Lun Law Firm

PE funds: valuation of non-listed equity investments

By Xiao Weixiao and Wang Yubi, Boss & Young

FEATURES

China-Environmental-Law

China’s pollution war

Technology can help China enhance environmental law enforcement

Heads or tails?

Are Europe’s GDPR and China’s Cybersecurity Law two sides of the same coin?

Green and mean

As authorities step up law enforcement for protection of the environment, manufacturers are advised to prepare themselves for better compliance

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

Chinese-Investments-in-India

Chinese investments in SEZ in India

By Ravi Singhania and Dipak Rao, Singhania & Partners

VIE regulation from perspective of a HK listing

By Zhang Bin and Hu Binhan, Jingtian & Gongcheng

Lexicon

China-Lexicon

Document destruction

When can lawyers or their clients destroy documents that relate to judicial proceedings