北京
北京
The lawyers in Pillsbury’s China practice help companies navigate the complex and ever-changing Chinese business environment and regulatory landscape. Our Beijing office works closely with other China team members in our Shanghai, Tokyo, London, Abu Dhabi and U.S. offices to serve U.S., European, Asian and Middle East clients conducting business in Greater China, and Chinese enterprises as they seek global markets and investments. Beijing and China practice lawyers also work in tandem with experienced accountants, bankers and other business professionals in Greater China.

Our Beijing lawyers bring decades of experience in helping international clients structure their investments in China, as well helping Chinese clients expand internationally. Our lawyers in Beijing have decades of experience in mergers and acquisitions, including advice on operational issues and exit strategies, as well as corporate finance, real estate, energy, publishing and media, and technology transactions. Members of the team have represented clients in international arbitrations at the China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC) and have experience working in the legal department of the Ministry of Commerce’s Beijing location.

The Beijing team represents clients in commercial transactions in various industries, including manufacturing, industrials, internet and social media, commercialization and distribution, real estate, publishing, telecommunications, construction, mining, freight forwarding and international trade, with a particular focus on PRC-related investments and transactions.

The diversity of legal services available from our Beijing office and Greater China practice include:
 
  • Capital market transactions
  • Corporate incorporation, re-organizations and re-investment
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Litigation, international arbitration and dispute resolution
  • Venture capital and private equity investments
  • Project and infrastructure finance
  • Foreign direct investment and joint ventures
  • Cross-border mergers and acquisitions
  • International trade
  • Intellectual property
  • Global sourcing
  • Real estate and construction investment, development and acquisitions
  • Tax
  • Internet and social media
  • Virtual and digital currencies
  • Software and gaming
  • Technology transactions