Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher’s Beijing office is dedicated to servicing the needs of our clients establishing operations and doing business in China and those of our Chinese clients in their international transactions.
The Beijing office works closely with lawyers in our Hong Kong office, enabling us to provide Hong Kong law capability where relevant. The opening of our Beijing office in 2013 added an additional platform and presence in Asia — which also includes an office in Singapore — strengthening our capability to provide complete and seamless legal services to our clients.
Gibson Dunn lawyers have more than three decades of experience handling China-related transactions, with particular sophistication in:
The firm or its lawyers were involved in many first-of-its-kind transactions in China, including the first listing of a Chinese enterprise on the NYSE; the first revenue bond offering; the first large Sino-U.S. power project; the first sale of non-performing loans to international investors; the development and financing of China’s first LNG receiving terminal; and the first hostile takeover involving a listed Chinese company.
Our lawyers also have substantial experience advising offshore companies on compliance matters in China, and Chinese companies on U.S. and international anti-corruption and related compliance matters. These services include undertaking relevant investigations and providing compliance and regulatory reviews for investors, underwriters, joint venture partners and professional services firms.
Drawing on Gibson Dunn’s reputation and resources as one of the top U.S. litigation firms, we also represent non-U.S. clients involved in U.S. litigation, including intellectual property disputes, securities law claims and other regulatory or commercial disputes.