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China Business Law Journal - May 2014

Volume 5, Issue 5

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In this issue

IP red flags

Multinationals fear crackdown via antitrust law

Conditions limiting the mortgaging of reserve land to secure financing

By Wang Jihong, Grandway Law Offices
Felix Egli and Wu Fan

The benefits of due diligence in M&A transactions

By Felix Egli, Wu Fan, VISCHER

Getting to the core of EU Insolvency Regulation and centre of main interests

By Nick Tsilimidos, L Papaphilippou & Co.

How should China-listed companies handle overseas restructurings?

By Jonathan Sun, Zhong Yin Law Firm

Challenges faced with service of process by post to defendants abroad

By Blake Yang, Martin Hu & Partners

Requirements and procedures for listings on the new third board

By Xiao Zhigang, Zhen Qinggui, Zhonglun W&D Law Firm

Head to head: A comparison of Indian and Chinese trademark law

A comparison of trademark law in China and India

Amendments mean trademark protection enters a new era

By Wang Yadong, Hu Cuiqin, Run Ming Law Office

Core legal issues and some new trends in asset securitisation

By Jeremy Dai, Lu Qunwei, Anjie Law Firm

Addition of punitive damage system in Trademark Law a breakthrough

By Sammi Huang, Summer Xiong, Chang Tsi & Partners

A look at land use rights treated as capital contributions in M&A deals

By Li Dongming, Yang Lu, Concord & Partners