For any company operating on a global scale, working in China is a must. As China continues to evolve as a major player on the world stage in nearly every area of economic, political and cultural life, the country’s business and regulatory climate continues to shift. To maximize opportunities while ensuring compliance with complex regulatory requirements, companies must utilize legal counsel skilled at advising on matters critical to business success. McDermott can help.
To provide a full range of legal services and business advice to Chinese companies and multinational corporations doing business in China, McDermott has developed a strategic alliance with MWE China Law Offices in Shanghai. The founding partners of MWE China Law are long-established Chinese attorneys with in-depth knowledge of the Chinese cultural, legal and regulatory system and the global experience to provide a Western-style approach to clients from around the world. In addition to their extensive Western legal training and experience, all of the firm’s lawyers are licensed to practice in China.
MWE China Law offers diverse sector experience in almost every significant regulated and unregulated industry in China, including banking, finance and insurance, health care, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and life sciences, technology, manufacturing and distribution. The firm counsels clients in all key areas of law, including antitrust and competition, capital markets, corporate (including mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures), labor and employment, intellectual property, litigation and arbitration, real estate, regulatory compliance, tax, venture capital and private equity.
MWE China Law recently announced the launch of the MWE China Data Center, the first digital discovery platform in China designed, operated and staffed by lawyers fully licensed to operate in the country. MWE China Data Center helps clients respond directly to growing compliance demands by the Chinese government and the subsequent need among multinational companies for greater, more detailed regulatory, litigation and transaction data.
Corporate & Transactional (including health and life sciences)
Labor & Employment
Litigation & White Collar