China

09Sep2019

Tanner De Witt seeks Marketing and CRM Executive, China Practice Group

THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED. WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS. Job Description: Joining one of the largest independent law firms in Hong Kong and operating under the overall guidance of the Marketing and Business Development Manager, the Marketing and CRM Executive will provide support…Read More

21Jun2019

Tanner De Witt attends Hong Kong M&A Forum 2019

Members of our Corporate Commercial Group attended the Hong Kong M&A Forum 2019, which was held at the St Regis Hong Kong on Thursday 20 June. Tim Drew, Eddie Look, Caroline De Souza and Katherine Ng were part of the 200+ delegates that attended this premier…Read More

17Jun2019

River Stone and Tim Au attend conference on Non-Performing Loans in Xiamen

Corporate Commercial Group Partner River Stone and Insolvency and Restructuring Solicitor Tim Au were in Xiamen this past weekend to attend a conference on Non-Performing Loans (NPLs). We were delighted to be one of four sponsors of this conference, which was very well attended by…Read More

25Apr2019

River Stone and Katherine Ng attend the 2019 Annual China Intellectual Property Conference

Corporate and Commercial Partner River Stone and Solicitor Katherine Ng recently attended the 2019 Annual China Intellectual Property Conference, which was held at the Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel on 18 April 2019. Over 200 delegates attended this conference, which discussed: China’s Patent System and Latest…Read More

13Mar2019

Tanner De Witt’s Restructuring and Insolvency practice wins China Business Law Award 2019

We are delighted to announce that our top tier Restructuring and Insolvency practice has won an industry award from the China Business Law Journal’s China Business Law Awards 2019.  This accolade was published in the February issue of China Business Law Journal. The China Business Law Awards are…Read More

28Jun2018

Edmond Leung, River Stone and Jan Willem Möller attend Belt and Road Summit 2018

Corporate and Commercial Partners Edmond Leung and River Stone and Senior Associate Jan Willem Möller were at the Hong Kong  Convention and Exhibition Centre today to attend the Belt and Road Summit. Held by The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the…Read More

04Dec2017

Q&A with Peter Tang – Corporate and Commercial Lawyer

Originally from Ningbo, Zhejiang Province, Peter joined Tanner De Witt only one month ago after completing his traineeship at another Hong Kong law firm.  He obtained his Bachelor of Laws and Postgraduate Certificate in Laws from City University Hong Kong. Peter currently assists our Corporate…Read More

02Nov2017

Press release: Tanner De Witt further develops China and Family Practices

PRESS RELEASE 2 November 2017 For immediate release Tanner De Witt announces with great pleasure the promotion of solicitors Joanne Brown and River Stone to its partnership; the promotions were effective Wednesday 1 November. Joanne will serve as Head of the Family Department. This demonstrates…Read More

29Jun2017

Tanner De Witt attend China-Israel Investment Summit 2017 in Zhuhai

Tanner De Witt Partners Edmond Leung and River Stone attended the 2017 3rd China-Israel Investment Summit this week in Zhuhai.  The China-Israel Investment Summit is the premiere facilitator of cross border collaboration between Israel and China. Delegates from the fields of Medical Devices, Agritech, Cleantech, Internet,…Read More

25Nov2006

Legal update: How to do business in China

There are various ways for a foreign (including Hong Kong) company or business to set up a presence in mainland China. A basic presence can be established in China though a representative office. However, a representative office may not engage in direct business (profit-making) operations…Read More

24Nov2006

How to do business in China

There are various ways for a foreign (including Hong Kong) company or business to set up a presence in mainland China. A basic presence can be established in China though a representative office. However, a representative office may not engage in direct business (profit-making) operations…Read More