Shanghai Steele Business Information Consulting Co., Ltd joins IR as the exclusive Investigative Due Diligence Member in China

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Fei (Charles) Wei of Shanghai Steele Business Information Consulting Co., Ltd. Charles has joined IR as our exclusive Investigative Due Diligence member in China. Charles Wei set up Shanghai Steele in 2005 and is the earliest founder. Before starting Steele he […]

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Alex Cho participates in the IR Global Guide – Getting to know the UBO & selecting the right advisor

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers When the 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive was introduced into law by the UK and EU in January 2020, for many professionals it was a much needed addition to legislation that would significantly help business transparency and combat money laundering. In essence, it was good for business and for public and professional […]

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Report on some success of the Kiefer China Exhibition dispute

Anselm Kiefer is one of the most world-famous artists of Germany Neo-expressionism after World War II. In November 2016, China held the large-scale exhibition of “Kiefer in China“. However, before the inaugural ceremony of this exhibition, Kiefer stated through the media that, no one had negotiated or consulted with him about the planned exhibition “Kiefer […]

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Doing Business in China during a Pandemic

COVID -19 has created havoc in all business sectors, across the globe, and the legal profession is no exception. If you company has investments or business ventures in China, you know this pandemic has impacted your ability to take an active role in the operation. IPO Pang can be there when you can’t. Tight restrictions […]

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Liuming International joins IR as the exclusive IP – Trademark & Copyright Member in China

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Wei Xin of Liuming International. Wei Xin has joined IR as our exclusive IP – Trademark & Copyright Member in China. Liuming International, the International Business Group of Beijing Liuming Law Firm, is a specialised legal team. Its leaders have many years of experience […]

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Protecting Intellectual Property may be the biggest worry, you’ll be doing business in China

But with the experienced attorneys of IPO Pang Xingpu in- country and on your side, you’ll have one less thing to worry about. On paper China supports IP protection and counterfeit crackdowns, but enforcing the law is such a massive undertaking, the rules often fall by the wayside. That’s where IPO Pang Xingpu comes in. They handle […]

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Top Strategies for Winning Arbitration in China

Arbitration has been on the rise in China. Over the past few years, the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (“CIETAC”) has reported a rapid growth in commercial arbitration cases in China. Many of these arbitrations have involved wholly-foreign owned enterprises (“WFOEs”) engaged in the economic and infrastructural transformation the nation is pushing forward […]

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Long Awaited Civil Code

– Authored by John Tan On May 28, 2020, the  Civil Code of the People’s Republic of China (the Country) was adopted at the third session of the 13th National People’s Congress, the top legislature. Since March, 2015, lawmakers of the Country  began to codify the Country’s Civil Code by systematically incorporating existing civil laws […]

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Bringing The Spirit of the Me Too Movement to Trans-Pacific Businesses

Women are rising up around the world, claiming a greater role in political and economic leadership. It’s happening everywhere and in the face of differing cultural values, history, and context that otherwise may have allowed for subjugation or discrimination. As difficult as this adjustment may be in the short-term, as women achieve positions of leadership […]

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China’s Evolving Environmental Protection Laws

In the past, irresponsible industries sought out partnerships with Asian countries in order to avoid environmental regulations. China and its neighboring countries were unwilling “pollution havens” simply by nature of the fact that we did not have the same stringent environmental regulations that became common across North America and Europe over recent decades. As a […]

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How U.S. Businesses Can Keep Trans-Pacific Operations Strong During COVID-19

China and the United States mutually benefit from their deeply intertwined relationships. The strong economic connection between the U.S. and China creates a natural incentive to keep trans-Pacific operations strong despite the challenges presented by the coronavirus pandemic. China’s COVID-19 Response Proves Effective When coronavirus first hit, the Chinese economy took a massive blow to […]

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