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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.

Preventing risk in medical institution acquisitions

By Chen Yu, East & Concord Partners

Overview of recent policies on SOE mixed-ownership reforms

By Cindy Hu and Yang Hui, East & Concord Partners

Concentration of undertakings involving intellectual property

By Liu Dongping, East & Concord Partners

Review standards for fiduciary duties of directors

By Wang Jianrui and Yang Bin, East & Concord Partner

Domestic oversight of foreign acquisitions by listed companies

By Peng Jianxin and Huang Weimin, East & Concord Partners

Due diligence in domestic mining M&A

By Sun Yunzhu and Zhong Ming, East & Concord Partners

Notable issues in the M&A of military and defence industry

By Zhang Xuan、Wang Haonan and Jiang Yizhen, East & Concord Partners

Criminal risk of professional embezzlement in M&A

Liu Zhaojun and Peng Fu, East & Concord Partners

Due diligence in M&A transactions aimed at IP

By Zhao Lihui, East & Concord Partners and Zhang Changdan, Renmin University of China

Patent due diligence in high-tech acquisitions

By Liu Zhaojun and Yang Bin, East & Concord Partners

CORRESPONDENTS

Special tax treatment for enterprise asset acquisitions

By Sean Wang, Boss & Young

Determination of confidential info in material asset restructurings of listcos

By Tang Shi, Grandway Law Offices

Analysis of rules for offering Panda bonds

By Ren Gulong and Zhang Di, AnJie Law Firm

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Deals-of-the-Year-2018

Deals of the Year 2018

CBLJ selects outstanding china-related deals and cases in 2018, applauding remarkable legal efforts

Old hub, new rules

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PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

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A review of the full convertibility of H-shares

By Liu Wen, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

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