Tag: Shanghai Legal Market

Why foreign shareholders should understand the corporate veil in China?

The corporate veil or the corporate personality is a legal term used to describe the separation of the corporate entity from the shareholder for the purpose of litigation. Usually, the court renders the shareholder personally liable for the debts, negligence, or mismanagement of the business, and […]

Why good corporate governance is so important in China?

A major challenge for investors is maintaining proper governance of their Chinese foreign entity to generate a profitable business. Whilst there are significant improvements in the business environment, including regulatory reforms to streamline administrative procedures, investors, especially those residing abroad, face challenges in establishing the proper […]

In conversation with Horizons Corporate Advisory Regional Partner Roberto GILARDINO

Robert Gilardino is Regional Partner with Horizons Corporate Advisory, based in Shanghai.  In this interview with Asia Law Portal, Dr. Gilardino explains what makes Horizons unique, the unique challenges he faces in an increasingly competitive legal market, how his previous government experience is leveraged to help […]

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 host the next conference than China’s fastest growing city? The meetings, […]