MWE China Law Offices

China

Address:
28th Floor Jin Mao Building, 88 Century Boulevard
Pudong New Area
Shanghai
China
200121

+86 21 6105 0500

+86 21 6105 0501


Key contacts:

Managing Partner: John Z.L. Huang
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Quick facts:

Number of lawyers: 60
Network memberships: CIETAC, HKIAC; PHDCCI; etc.
Languages: Mandarin, English


MWE China Law Offices is a China-licensed law firm with diversified business practice, based in Shanghai and Beijing. Our lawyers have substantial experience serving a broad range of client interests, enabling us to be the most preferred law firm by domestic and international large-scale enterprises as well as Fortune 500 companies.

Our experienced dispute resolution lawyers engage in every aspect of civil, regulatory, commercial and criminal litigation, marshalling the resources of a pre-eminent global arbitration, mediation and litigation network. Our dispute resolution lawyers are recognized for their excellent work and deep pragmatic experience.

  • Administrative and regulatory
  • Capital markets
  • Commercial and transactions
  • Competition/antitrust
  • Corporate governance
  • Criminal
  • FCPA and enforcement
  • Healthcare
  • Intellectual property
  • International arbitration
  • Labour and employment
  • Privacy and data protection
  • Product liability and recall
  • White-collar crime

Regulatory & Government Affairs
John Z.L. Huang (Managing Partner), johnhuang@mwechinalaw.com

John represented one of the world’s largest food groups in the criminal litigation for food safety issues. As a result, there have been dozens of food safety laws and regulations of China and Shanghai municipality revised to strengthen China’s food safety legislation and law enforcement. This case was announced by China’s Supreme Court as one of the top 10 most important legal cases of 2016, which was selected from more than 16 million effective cases of 2016.

Dispute Resolution
James H. Jiang (Partner), jjiang@mwechinalaw.com

James Jiang represented a world-leading telecommunication giant to defend an SEP patent infringement case filed by non-patent-operating entity involving HD-Voice patents for claims over RMB 100 million.

  • Government and public policy
  • Healthcare
  • Investment management
  • Pharma and life sciences
  • Food and beverage
  • Tech and telecoms