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Litigation and Arbitration

Litigation and Arbitration

Ranked in Band 1 in Beijing and Band 2 in Shanghai by Chambers Asia-Pacific for 2016

Zhong Lun’s Litigation and Arbitration team consists of over 100 professionals who have regularly appeared before various courts and other tribunals across China. Our expertise covers a broad range of industrial areas, including real estate, investment, finance, securities, insurance, sales contracts, products liability, patent, trademark, copyright, competition law and labor law. We have helped a number of Fortune 500 companies to obtain favorable judgments or arbitral awards in cases involving virtually every major industry and sector, including real estate, financial services, information technology, media, healthcare, energy, consumer products, telecommunications and others.

 

Zhong Lun is recognized as the firm appearing in the largest number of cases before the Supreme People’s Court of China. We work with our clients from pre-litigation counseling through all appeals and enforcement to achieve optimal results for our clients.

 

We are committed to providing superior service to our clients and are proud of the experience of our people, a significant number of whom are former judges. More than 10 of our partners are arbitrators of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), Hong Kong International Arbitration Center (HKIAC), Beijing Arbitration Commission, Shenzhen Arbitration Commission and Wuhan Arbitration Commission.

 

[Zhong Lun] An excellent disputes group with strong capacity in litigation and arbitration. Trusted counsel to both domestic and international clients in joint venture and intellectual property litigation. Gained recent traction advising on disputes concerning non-performing investments.-Chambers Asia-Pacific 2014

 

Work highlights: Represented Asia Pacific Breweries/Heineken-APB (China) in a CIETAC arbitration against a local company with respect to a joint venture project. The team advised the client on related litigation in Jiangsu. -Chambers Asia-Pacific 2014