The growth story of China’s legal and financial industries is both a product and a testimony of this country’s continuous economic transformation: nascent but fast-growing, vastly different from a decade ago and still rapidly changing. The game has started, and faced with various issues, both international and domestic firms are constantly responding, rethinking, reshaping, readjusting… To survive and thrive, they need to master the fine art of balance between growth and profitability, expansion and quality control, opportunities and risks.

Law

In spite of its relatively short history, the Chinese legal market is particularly dynamic and fast developing.

As the number one PC and Mobile Internet security provider in China measured by user base, Qihoo 360 accounted for about 496 million monthly active users as of June 2014. In 2010, Tong Fu was assigned as General Counsel, in full charge of the company’s legal affairs (including IP and risk management) and the research of industry regulations and policies, and has successfully represented the company in cases that have had a significant impact on the Chinese IT industry.

What is Qihoo 360’s general strategy in dispute resolution? How to protect Intellectual Property (IP) in a rapidly-evolving industry like Internet? Ms. Fu sheds light on some hot topics and shares her successful experience with us.

Tong Fu (Qihoo 360): “Companies need to capitalize on their industrial expertise and work actively with policy makers”

As the number one PC and Mobile Internet security provider in China measured by user base, Qihoo 360 accounted for about 496 million monthly active users as of June 2014. In 2010, Tong Fu was assigned as General Counsel, in full charge of the company...

09-12-2015

Since its establishment in 1989, JunHe has grown into a leading full-service Chinese law firm with a team of over 600 lawyers and has never ceased its pursuit of quality and innovation. Its analysis of strategy, current challenges and choices of future development are the epitome of a pioneer in the ever-changing landscape of modern China. Sammuel Zhao, Partner, Member of Management Committee, JunHe, sheds light on the firm's strategy and vision.

Sammuel Zhao (Junhe): “We need to get bigger to serve the huge Chinese market, but we will never trade quality for size”

Since its establishment in 1989, JunHe has grown into a leading full-service Chinese law firm with a team of over 600 lawyers and has never ceased its pursuit of quality and innovation. Its analysis of strategy, current challenges and choices of futu...

24-04-2017

China: Game Changing [Focus 2015]

The New Normal It is no longer secret that the world’s second-largest economy has been flagging over the past few years, leaving behind decades of noteworthy double-digit growth: in 2014 China grew at its slowest pace since 1990 with a rate of 7.4%;...

19-05-2016

The growth story of china’s legal market is both a product and a testimony of this country’s economic transformation: Chinese firms have been growing at an extraordinarily rapid pace in sophistication and scale, while most international firms are still trying to grasp the moon in the water. The deck is being reshuffled, and in order to survive and thrive in this game, everybody needs to be constantly responding, rethinking, reshaping and readjusting.

China: Reshuffling the deck

The growth story of china’s legal market is both a product and a testimony of this country’s economic transformation: Chinese firms have been growing at an extraordinarily rapid pace in sophistication and scale, while most international firms are sti...

28-09-2016

Janet Hui, a partner from the leading Chinese law firm Junhe, specializing primarily in cross-border antitrust and M&A, analyses the impact of the Brexit on Chinese companies and gives her view from the perspective of an outside observer.

Janet Hui (Junhe): “A lot of Chinese companies are putting on hold any possible investment after the Brexit”

Janet Hui, a partner from the leading Chinese law firm Junhe, specializing primarily in cross-border antitrust and M&A, analyses the impact of the Brexit on Chinese companies and gives her view from the perspective of an outside observer.

28-06-2016