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China Business Law Journal - May 2017

Volume 8, Issue 5

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China Business Law Journal – May 2017

Separate management of service works and service inventions

By Han Yufeng and Lu Lei, Rui Bai Law Firm

PPP procurement mistakes: Who’s responsible?

By Wang Jihong and Yu Li, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Money rules

PE/VC fund managers face more tough rules on investment

Sending funds abroad: an indirect approach

By Rao Xiaomin and Zhou Jun, Zhong Lun Law Firm

Recognizing M&A risks in the target country

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Domestic A-share listing by for-profit educational institutions

By Jeffrey Yang and Feng Chengliang, AllBright Law Offices

Knowledge is power

Functions of reputational due diligence

Anti-monopoly health enforcement and compliance trends

By Michael Gu and Sun Sihui, AnJie Law Firm

Performance commitments in listed firms’ M&A

By Du Lili and Wang Xiaoxing, Grandway Law Offices

Case shows traps involved in protecting unregistered marks

By Ming Xingnan and Lu Xue, Wan Hui Da

Performance of underlying contract and guarantee fraud

By Blake Yang and Franz Li, Martin Hu & Partners

IPO approvals with ‘three types of shareholders’

By Jiang Fengtao and Zhou Rong, Hengdu Law Firm

REITs: A blue ocean of real estate financing

By Lu Guofei and Zhang Yingying, Boss & Young

Due diligence in domestic mining M&A

By Sun Yunzhu and Zhong Ming, East & Concord Partners

Legal risks of VAM agreements on IPO

By Ma Chenguang, Co-effort Law Firm

Prepare for bad weather before it rains

By Frank Liu, Jincheng Tongda & Neal

The Cybersecurity Law and protecting employee privacy

By Patrick Gu, DaHui Lawyers

Force Majeure

Fintech revolution

Rapid development of fintech brings new legal challenges