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A brief introduction to dispute resolution in China

06 April 2017 by Asia law

Jiangtao Ma and John Zou, of Dentons, give readers, especially Chinese companies, a brief understanding of the dispute resolution system in China, particularly if they do business with foreign investors

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Moves and updates of the week of Apr.3

03 April 2017 by Asia law

Buddle Findlay appoints Paul Beverley as national chairman

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What are the legal lessons learned from the Hanjin Shipping bankruptcy?

29 March 2017 by Asia law

Hanjin Shipping’s bankruptcy raises questions about how to resolve cross-border maritime restructuring and insolvency cases and the legal implications for the different organisations in the shipping industry when a bankruptcy occurs.

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Moves of the week of Mar.27

28 March 2017 by Asia law

Leon Yee promoted to chairman of Duane Morris & Selvam

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China’s curbs on capital outflows will only have short-term impact on outbound M&A, say observers

23 March 2017 by Asia law

China’s curbs on capital outflows are being felt in the volume of outbound M&A transactions, but measures should be short term

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Exceptional Female In-House Counsel in Asia interview: Edith Shih, CK Hutchison Holdings

08 March 2017 by Asia law

Edith Shih of CK Hutchison Holdings believes that family demands influence what areas of law female lawyers opt for and there is much more Hong Kong can do to support working women.

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Kazakhstan’s new Entrepreneurial Code fails to give antimonopoly regulator enough independence, say observers.

02 March 2017 by Asia law

The Kazakh government wants to use the new Entrepreneurial Code to regulate and restrict monopolistic activity and maintain effective functioning of commodity markets in the country.

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Japan tightens reins on anti-tax haven rules

13 February 2017 by Asia law

Japanese companies may have to reorganise their holding company and shareholder structures if the government succeeds in enacting new tax reform proposals, reports Karry Lai

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How should businesses weather China’s impending regulation on cloud computing?

10 February 2017 by Asia law

In 2020, the cloud computing market in China could be almost four times the size it was only in 2015. Karry Lai reports on how the government is stepping up its regulation of an industry where local and

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China clamps down on polluters with environmental tax law

07 February 2017 by Asia law

Chinese cities such as Beijing and Chongqing have been engulfed by smog in recent weeks, so a recently approved law targeting environmental pollution has come at a good time.