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Shanghai Free Trade Zone

Hogan Lovells is one of very few major international law firms to enter into association in the China (Shanghai) Free Trade Zone ("FTZ"), following approval by the Shanghai Municipal Justice Bureau on 30 September 2016.

Shanghai Free Trade Zone

Fujian Fidelity Law Firm Hogan Lovells International (Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone) Associated Office
22nd Floor, Hang Seng Bank Tower
1000 Lujiazui Ring Road
Pudong New Area, Shanghai 200120
China

Phone +86 21 2070 4888

Fax +86 21 2070 4999


Hogan Lovells is one of very few major international law firms to enter into association in the China (Shanghai) Free Trade Zone ("FTZ"), following approval by the Shanghai Municipal Justice Bureau on 30 September 2016.

Established with PRC law firm Fujian Fidelity Law Firm (Fidelity), the association allows us to offer integrated international and domestic Chinese legal advice to local and international businesses operating in China. We are able to advise on contentious and non-contentious Chinese law matters, expanding on our considerable international capabilities.

Under Chinese regulations, Hogan Lovells and Fidelity remain as two separate legal entities in a contractual association. The association itself operates out of Fidelity's office in the Shanghai FTZ.

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Hong Kong Competition Commission expands leniency program

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A view on PBOC's statement on China's new FinTech regulations

Andrew McGinty was recently interviewed by PaymentsCompliance on a statement issued by the People’s Bank of China announcing the creation of new FinTech regulations.

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