On 17 & 18 Feb 2017, KWM China Partners Conference was successfully held in Beijing.The newly elected 5th Management Committee for KWM China convened...
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The US Center for Strategic and International Studies estimates that the theft of data and other IP results in a global cost between $450-600 billion each year.
China’s central bank – the People’s Bank of China - is one step closer to becoming one of the first major central banks to issue its own digital currency.
This case was selected as a paradigm of “strengthening judicial protection of IPRs”.
The State Administration for Industry and Commerce of SAIC published its administrative penalty decision to fine Tetra Pak’s for abuse of dominant market position. we will review the case and the...
In some jurisdictions (notably across the EU), potential fines for data protection compliance infringement now rival anti-trust enforcement penalties.
A Chinese State Owned Enterprise was involved in a dispute in Africa. KWM advised on dispute resolution strategies in a Hong Kong seated arbitration.
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On 17 & 18 Feb 2017, KWM China Partners Conference was successfully held in Beijing.The newly elected 5th Management Committee for KWM China convened its first meeting before the Conference.
KWM scores a major victory for Ukraine in a US $270 million investment arbitration case relating to oil and gas taxation.
KWM has advised Yancoal shareholder Yangzhou and its parent Yankuang on the A$3.1b acquisition of Coal & Allied from Rio Tinto.
KWM continued to lead the Asia Pacific M&A market in 2016, with the firm topping Mergermarket’s, Thomson Reuters’ and Bloomberg’s 2016 league table results.
KWM is pleased to confirm that it has established a new business to maintain a strategic presence in the UK, Europe & the Middle East.
Advised by KWM, a Chinese consortium completed its strategic cash investment in Global Switch.
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