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MHP Law Firm

MHP Law Firm

MHP Law Firm is headquartered in Shanghai.

Right of action for integrated circuit design licencees

By Blake Yang and Chancy Chen, MHP Law Firm

Collective labour disputes involving strikes

By Yvonne Lu, MHP Law Firm

US dollar interest under international sales of goods contracts

By Blake Yang and Soff Rao, MHP Law Firm

Do not lightly try the fifth “foreign element”

By Michael Wang, MHP Law Firm

Limitation of actions for HK, Macau and Taiwan related S/P contracts

By Blake Yang and Chancy Chen, Martin Hu & Partners

Israel recognizes Chinese judgment under reciprocity

By Sally Wang, Martin Hu & Partners

The application of law to foreign-related contracts

By Craig Zhou, Martin Hu & Partners

Analysis of disputed jurisdiction between arbitration and court

By Alex Hsin and Chancy Chen, Martin Hu & Partners

CORRESPONDENTS

明星楠-MING-XINGNAN-万慧达北翔知识产权集团合伙人-Partner-Wanhuida-Peksung-IP-Group-2

First instance does not preclude appeal victory

By Ming Xingnan and Wang Yan, Wanhuida Peksung IP Group
Quan Kaiming AllBright LawOffices

Trends in Shanghai administrative penalty cases 2016-2017

By Quan Kaiming, AllBright Law Offices

FEATURES

知识产权保护

IP protection in China

China is prioritizing a network of strong and effective new IP protection mechanisms

China-capital-markets

Capital makes port

China’s capital markets are further integrated with the world

China-Environmental-Law

China’s pollution war

Technology can help China enhance environmental law enforcement

PRACTITIONERS' PERSPECTIVES

石磊-RAYMOND-SHI-天元律师事务所合伙人-Partner-Tian-Yuan-Law-Firm

Focus on CSRC’s new CDR opinion paper

By Raymond Shi, Tian Yuan Law Firm
刘涛-LIU-TAO-通商律师事务所合伙人-Partner-Commerce-&-Finance-Law-Offices-黄青峰-HUANG-QINGFENG-律师-Associate

IPO paths under the new CDR policies in China

By Liu Tao and Huang Qingfeng, Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Funding of Indian subsidiaries

By Ravi Singhania and Arjun Anand, Singhania & Partners

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China-Lexicon

Document destruction

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