Tag: China Legal News

Big4 accounting firms emerge as Belt and Road thought leaders

Belt and Road growing in size and scope The growing impact and importance of China’s Belt and Road international infrastructure development initiative was on display last week in Beijing as leaders from 28 nations gathered […]

Legal Startup ai.Law set to deploy “an army of robotic lawyers” in China

Beijing-based legal startup ai.Law was established on China’s Youth Day, May 4, 2016.  To date — the new company has completed its angel round of investment.  Ms. Kathy Gong Xiaosi, the Founder & CEO of […]

CONSULEGIS conference: “Doing Business in Asia”, set for Shanghai Oct 20-23, 2016

International law firms network Consulegis will host their next autumn conference in Shanghai, China from October 20th -23rd 2016.  The main topic of the CONSULEGIS conference is “Doing Business in Asia”.  What better place to […]

China’s law firms turn to cross-selling to achieve growth — and your firm can, too

China’s law firms are increasing in sophistication and seeking growth in foreign markets, including the United States, according to a recent report entitled Asia-Pacific 150: The Big Market Slowdown by Yun Kriegler (@TheLawyerAsia), in The Lawyer. […]

Will US law firms lose work in Asia due to Washington’s opposition to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)?

Some Background The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) is a new multilateral development lender, whose focus will be on providing financing for infrastructure projects in Asia.  Founded by China, the AIIB has been joined as founding […]

China’s Second Free Trade Zone to Open Next Week

China’s Second Free Trade Zone will Open Next Week.  Below is the text of an interview with Paul Kossof, an Associate at the Beijing office of TransAsia Lawyers, about this new development. John Grimley: There has […]

There’s a better path to US law firm success in Asia

US law firms face hyper-competitive markets in Asia The recent announcement that US-based law firm Fried Frank would close its Shanghai and Hong Kong offices and leave Asia highlights the intense and unique competitive pressures US […]

China’s legal market in 2014: An overview

A recent book by this author entitled:  A Comprehensive Guide to the Asia-Pacific Legal Markets – provides in-depth analysis of the prime legal markets in the Asia-Pacific region.  Among the most important of course, is […]

“Dynamic forces” seen changing China’s legal market

“Dynamic forces” changing China’s legal market are one highlight of a new book by this author which provides “A Comprehensive Guide to the Asia-Pacific Legal Markets“.  Integral to the the book was the participation of […]

Western China’s Financial Centers: Regulations Affecting Foreign Law Firms and Clients

Western China will experience a substantial influx of foreign investment as manufacturers gradually move inland away from the relatively developed and expensive east coast. Foreign goods and services are soon to follow, as Western China’s […]