Amt China Legal Update

Our firm in China has a critical mass of outstanding qualified lawyers in Japan as well as qualified lawyers in the PRC, all fluent in Mandarin, English and Japanese and navigating the Chinese business, legal and cultural landscape very well. Our firm has a group of in-house professional translators who actively help our Chinese practitioners to quickly and efficiently translate Chinese legal documents into English, Japanese or other languages when needed. In addition to our excellent experience in representing Chinese companies in their commercial enterprises in Japan, our firm also has considerable expertise in providing a full range of legal services to international and Japanese companies related to their investments and operations in China. We assist our international and Japanese clients in dealing with investments, regulatory issues, intellectual property, labor, dispute settlement, international trade remedies and other types of matters in close cooperation with relevant law firms in the PRC, if necessary. Due to the long corona-ka, the use of “virtual space”, including the “metaverse”, has rapidly advanced, and the “virtual space trade” is attracting the world`s attention as a new economic zone. On the other hand, the legal aspect of “virtual space activity” is finally in the phase where the need for a thorough investigation is recognized. As one of the world`s leading Chinese legal platforms, the joint transaction provides its clients with integrated international and Chinese legal services. The Joint Operation Office, composed of locally and foreign licensed lawyers from Baker McKenzie and fenXun Partners, advises leading Chinese and multinational companies on Chinese and cross-border issues across the corporate and commercial law spectrum. Our Shanghai office was established in 2002 and is part of our China practice of more than 400 specialized lawyers. With the reputation of having the largest and most experienced Chinese team of all foreign law firms in the region, our China practice has been actively involved in assisting domestic and foreign companies in their range of legal issues in the region since the early 1970s. Our long-standing involvement in China has allowed us to build strong working relationships with key people from the various regulatory bodies, which has allowed us to provide our clients with up-to-date information on legal developments and advice on regulatory compliance requirements. We have more than 120 lawyers and businessmen in our Shanghai office who work closely with our clients to meet their ever-changing legal requirements – efficiently and cost-effectively.

Over the past few years, we have developed experience advising on some of the largest and most award-winning transactions in China. In particular, we have been active in the areas of foreign direct investment, mergers and acquisitions, business and trade, financial markets, real estate, insurance, financial services, banking and financial services, intellectual property, compliance, employment and taxes. Based on this situation, the AMT will continue to organize and investigate legal issues related to Virtual Space Business from various angles such as intellectual property law, data protection law, e-commerce law, financial regulation law and tax law. They set up this study group, composed of lawyers specialized in all fields, in all fields. The alumni community offers us a way to stay in touch with former colleagues who have taken on new challenges, whether internally, with other law firms or completely outside of the law. We appreciate the opportunity to continue our relationship with you and keep you up to date with exclusive alumni events, networking opportunities and solid updates through our semi-annual alumni newsletter. Welcome to the Baker McKenzie China alumni community. With the establishment of our Beijing office in 1998 and our Shanghai office in 2013, Anderson Mori & Tomotsune is one of the leading Japanese law firms with strong teams with Chinese practice. To view this article, you will need a PDF viewer such as Adobe Reader. For more information, see the SEC`s Privacy and Security Policy. Thank you for your interest in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

Our firm organizes a series of courses (webinars) in which experts explain topics in all areas of the mainland, in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The next few times are as follows: Some topics and dates are subject to change, so you can find accurate information in the latest email announcement. In addition, this seminar is mainly led by all those who receive this newsletter.  8th (Mainland China): Thursday, 26. August 2021, 14:00  Practical study of foreign companies entering China ~ Based on impact after the application of the Foreign Investment Law ~ Speaker: Associate Lawyer Maho Ozeki Advisor of shanghai office Qian Yifan Intangible Cultural Heritage and YouthPhoto by Jiang Wenjie Zeng Jia Wang Xin Liu Shuyan / China IP News. Please report your traffic by updating your user agent to include company-specific information. We also actively support many leading Chinese companies, including state-owned enterprises and Chinese Fortune 100 companies, in their overseas investment activities in a wide range of industrial sectors. Our Chinese clients benefit not only from our extensive global network and experience in cross-border transactions, but also from our familiarity with the unique transaction issues and concerns of Chinese companies in implementing overseas investment activities. If you would like to know how Lexology can drive your content marketing strategy, please email [email protected]. AMT Metaverse Legal Study Group Ken Kawai / Shunsuke Aoki / Takeshi Nagataki / Takashi Nakazaki / Hiroshi Shimoo / Inoue Inoue / Rinsuke Kazama / Miko Nakamura / Yuko Triangle / Takugo Tsunoda / Hiroki Tsue Unauthorized attempts to upload information and/or modify information on any part of this website are strictly prohibited and will be prosecuted under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and the Protection Act of the 1996 National Information Infrastructure (see Title 18 U.S.C.

§§ 1001 and 1030). CNIPA, Hunan join forces to build an innovation powerhouse Note that this policy may change if the SEC manages to ensure that the site works efficiently and remains available to all users. CNIPA Hosts 2022 Conference on Advice for The Settlement of Intellectual Property Disputes Abroad On April 15, 2015, Baker McKenzie and FenXun Partners received approval to establish the Baker McKenzie FenXun (FTZ) Joint Operations Bureau (“Baker McKenzie FenXun”) in the China Free Trade Zone (Shanghai). This is the first joint operation approved by the Shanghai Justice Bureau. In the future, they plan to hold a study meeting for each topic approximately once a month, with the first meeting taking place on Thursday, April 7, 2022. The results of this task force will be announced through seminars organized by his office and various media.