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China Business Law Journal - China Business Law Journal - March 2016

Volume 7, Issue 3

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In this issue

Disputes over laws applicable to procurement for PPPs

By Wang Jihong, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Unified trademark law for GCC has pros and cons

By Omar Obeidat and Sadaf Nakhaei, Al Tamimi & Company

Key compliance points for contract-based PI funds

By Zhao Yanchun and Chen Youyou, AllBright Law Offices

Boundaries where antitrust laws are applicable to SEP

By Zhan Hao and Song Ying, AnJie Law Firm

Fundamental methods for the dismantling of VIE structures

By Zhou Min and Sean Yan, PacGate Law Group

Curbing risks with independent guarantees in construction sector

By Han Rubo, City Development Law Firm
Wang-Yadong-and-Lu-Lei-Run-Ming-Law-Office

Application of the law in online unfair competition cases

By Wang Yadong and Lu Lei, Run Ming Law Office

Special brew

In-house counsel views on internal communication

Exploring the extraterritorial application of antitrust laws

By Tong Lin, Martin Hu & Partners

Types and targets of inbound M&A by foreign investors

By Zhang Hefu and Chen Hong, East & Concord Partners

Syndicated lending

A feature image of an article about China's energy investment strategies and the targeted countries for energy sources & investment

Power hungry

China's global energy footprint

A photo of Rajeev Kumar who is a Partner and Neha Mittal who is the Principal Associate at LexOrbis

Judgments make patent eligibility easier pill to swallow

By Rajeev Kumar and Neha Mittal, LexOrbis

Amendments to the Swiss disclosure, takeover regime

By Gian-Andrea Caprez and Fiona Gao Yue, VISCHER

Legal risks in M&A of overseas manufacturing enterprises

By Zhang Jida and Owen Yang, DaHui Lawyers

Panacea or problem?

Are legal reforms the right prescription for health sectors?