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China Business Law Journal - June 2013

Volume 4, Issue 6

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In this issue

Law needed to address third party liability insurance for nuclear damage

By Wang Jihong and Liu Ying, Energy Law Committee, All China Lawyers Association

Mastering the art of investigation and evidence gathering for patent actions

By Vincent Mu and Ada Zhang, Martin Hu & Partners

Assistance crucial with shares pledge agreements in Cyprus

By Nick Tsilimidos, L. Papaphilippou & Co

High-profile judgment draws focus towards antitrust civil actions

By Michael Gu and Song Ying, AnJie Law Firm

Choosing best set of arbitration rules not a straightforward decision

By Michael Sheng and Mark Elvy, Ashurst

Appeal increases for Chinese investors in India’s real estate sector

By Santosh Pai and Vikas Kumar, D H Law Associates.

Labour intensive

Expert views on Labour Contract Law changes

Delving into the finer details of Swiss public takeover regulation

By Felix Egli, Adrian Doerig and Wu Fan, VISCHER

Implications of Billabong study: breaking the break fee limit

By Marie McDonald, Soon Chin Yeoh and Michael Sheng, Ashurst

Explosive argument shows every word counts in a patent claim

By Werner van der Merwe, DM Kisch

PE metamorphosis

Surviving the transformation of private equity

Backdating documents

Partnership

Some tips for guarding against legal risks in commercial factoring

By Zhen Qinggui and Zou Wen, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Beyond resources

Redefining China’s ties with Latin America

An open mind

HP’s general counsel shares secrets of success

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Inadequate laws spur proactive stance on trade secrets protection

By Wang Yadong and Lu Lei, Run Ming Law Office

Risk assessment of land grant fee reduction and exemption clauses

By Zhang Jingping, Concord & Partners