Location

Beijing

Being one of the first and largest foreign law firms on the ground in China, Hogan Lovells understands the country's complex and evolving cultural and regulatory environment. Established in 1992, our Beijing office has more than 40 lawyers including seven partners, helping clients navigate through the maze and avoiding common pitfalls to achieve their business goals.

Beijing

Hogan Lovells International LLP
31st Floor, Tower 3
China Central Place
No. 77 Jianguo Road
Chaoyang District
Beijing 100025
China

Phone +86 10 6582 9488

Fax +86 10 6582 9499


Careers in China

Being one of the first and largest foreign law firms on the ground in China, Hogan Lovells understands the country's complex and evolving cultural and regulatory environment. Established in 1992, our Beijing office has more than 40 lawyers including seven partners, helping clients navigate through the maze and avoiding common pitfalls to achieve their business goals.

From Beijing to Shanghai and beyond, we cover all of the major Chinese cities through good working relationships with leading local law firms across the nation. We are members of the Pacific Rim Advisory Council and Sino-Global Legal Alliance, a group of leading local firms in major Chinese cities.

Whether you're looking for inbound or outbound advice, our market-leading corporate; intellectual property; regulatory; and litigation, arbitration and employment teams are ready to assist you. Our domestic IP agency further enhances our capability, enabling us to conduct trademark and copyright matters directly for our clients.

Published Works

Getting The Deal Through Automotive 2019 − China

A joint Hogan Lovells & GTDT publication on the law and regulation governing the automotive industry in China.

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SAMR's triple guidance on antitrust enforcement Antitrust and Competition Alert

On 1 July 2019 China's antitrust agency, the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), made public three sets of regulations to implement the Anti-Monopoly Law (AML).

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Hogan Lovells Publications

China updates negative list and encourages sector catalogue for foreign investments: a step in the right direction International Trade and Investment Alert

On 30 June 2019 the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Commerce jointly released the Special Administrative Measures (Negative List) for Foreign Investment...

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Media Mention

What does the Foreign Investment Law mean for China’s reform and opening up?

Andrew McGinty was interviewed by 21st Century Business Herald, a leading Chinese business news publication, about the impact of China’s foreign investment law (FIL) on the...

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China's new foreign investment law: the impact on financial institutions Corporate Alert

Much has already been written about the foreign investment law (full text in Chinese here, in-house English translation available upon request) which was voted into law by China's highest...

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Sailing the international market and building an innovative ecosystem

Hogan Lovells, associated office Hogan Lovells Fidelity, and Fujian Fidelity Law Firm successfully co-hosted the international intellectual property forum titled "Sailing the international...

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