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China Business Law Journal - September 2017

Volume 8, Issue 8

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China Business Law Journal – September 2017

PPP regulations need clarification

By Wang Jihong and Han Jiangyu, Zhong Lun Law Firm

IPO review highlights for NEEQ-listed companies

By Jiang Fengtao, Zhou Rong, Hengdu Law Firm

Revisiting strategies for IP protection in China

By Frank Liu, Jincheng Tongda & Neal

Protection of copyright in cinematographic works in China

By Zhang Dan, AnJie Law Firm

IP risk control under the Belt and Road initiative

By Wang Yadong and Lu Lei, Rui Bai Law Firm

A common language

A universal arbitration framework can help connect Belt and Road markets

anti-monopoly

Connecting the world

Legal practice in listed companies’ overseas M&A

By Wang Guan and Meng Wenxiang, Grandway Law Offices

Compliance review of FI contracts with governments

By Shen Rengang and Zhang Yanan, AllBright Law Offices

Senior departures can trigger secrets leakage

By Patrick Gu, DaHui Lawyers

Overseas M&A strategies in the pharma industry

By Lin Zhong, EY Chen & Co. Law Firm

Concentration of undertakings involving intellectual property

By Liu Dongping, East & Concord Partners

Overview of recent policies on SOE mixed-ownership reforms

By Cindy Hu and Yang Hui, East & Concord Partners

Israel recognizes Chinese judgment under reciprocity

By Sally Wang, Martin Hu & Partners

Voluntary, compulsory liquidation of foreign-invested enterprises

By Wang Wei and Jiang Han, Co-effort Law Firm

In the interest of fairness

Cherie Blair QC's thoughts on global standards for rules-based commerce

A 12-year battle against a bad-faith trademark application

By Bai Gang and Lei Yongjian, Wanhuida Peksung

Core LPA provisions for private equity funds

By Liu Hui, Boss & Young

Land liquidation, redevelopment by HK and Taiwan enterprises

By Yan Juntao and Liu Bowen, Zhong Lun Law Firm in Shenzhen