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Shanghai

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 2003, our Shanghai office has more than 35 lawyers, including five partners. They help clients achieve their business goals by helping them to navigate through the maze and avoid common pitfalls.

Shanghai

Hogan Lovells International LLP
Suite 1804-1808, Park Place
1601 Nanjing Road West
Shanghai 200040
China

Phone +86 21 6122 3800

Fax +86 21 6122 3899


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 2003, our Shanghai office has more than 35 lawyers, including five partners. They help clients achieve their business goals by helping them to navigate through the maze and avoid common pitfalls.

From Shanghai to Beijing and beyond, we cover all the major Chinese cities through good working relationships with leading local law firms across the nation. Our long standing cooperation arrangement with the Chinese bar and the All-China Lawyers Association further boosts our coverage.

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.

Press Releases

Alstom/GE Deal Done – Hogan Lovells Powers Ahead

Tuesday 3 November 2015 - A powerhouse Hogan Lovells team has advised Alstom on the disposal of its €12.4 billion energy business to General Electric (GE); Alstom’s approx. €700 million...

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Full foreign ownership of e-commerce businesses permitted in the Shanghai FTZ: But is it a breakthrough? Hogan Lovells TMT Alert

Foreign investors are now permitted to establish wholly foreign-owned e-commerce companies in the Shanghai (Pilot) Free Trade Zone ("FTZ"). Formerly, foreign-ownership in such entities was...

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Media Mention

China could see further policy restrictions on inbound acquisitions following tightened review

Sherry Gong spoke to South China Morning Post about the expanded remit of China’s National Development and Reform Commission and the implications for foreign investments.

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A new model for obtaining data protection consents: unbundling the proposed amendments to China's Personal Information Security Specification Client Alert

On 1 February, 2019, the National Information Security Standardization Technical Committee issued an amended version of the GB/T 35372-2017 Information Technology – Personal...

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China's NAFMII publishes Panda Bond rules for non-financial issuers Client Alert

China's National Association of Financial Market Institutional Investors (NAFMII) recently published a much-anticipated set of Panda Bond implementing rules, the Debt Financing Instrument...

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Hong Kong Competition Commission expands leniency program

On 29 April 2019, the Hong Kong Competition Commission published its new "cooperation policy." In essence, the cooperation policy expands the authority's leniency program. The expansion...

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