Click here to access full coverage of Dacheng in The Lawyer Asia Pacific 150 2015. The report is an essential business intelligence resource for anyone interested in Asia-Pacific's growing legal services market.
Founded in 1992, Dacheng Law Offices is one of the first and largest partnership law firms in China. On 10 November 2009, Dacheng was approved by The Beijing Municipal Bureau of Justice to transform its general partnership into special general partnership. Since its inception, Dacheng has consistently upheld the core cultural philosophy reflected in its motto: 'aiming high and far as the sky, encompassing deep and wide as the sea, pursuing excellence one step at a time, achieving perfection through harmony', providing comprehensive, timely, high-quality and efficient professional legal services to clients both at home and abroad.
At present, the firm's practice areas include: Company, Foreign Direct Investment, Capital Markets, Mergers & Acquisitions, State-owned Enterprises, Finance, Mining and Energy, Real Estate, Intellectual Property, Litigation and Arbitration, Criminal Defence, International Trade and Maritime. Business-building and the establishment of quality-control mechanisms has ensured that each department is able to deliver outstanding services that assist clients in maximising their legitimate interests.
There are currently more than 3,010 lawyers and staffs working for Dacheng Law Offices, most of whom are graduates from leading law schools within China or overseas. Many Dacheng lawyers have obtained degrees from prestigious universities in the US, Britain, France, Russia, Japan and Korea, and have acquired valuable experience working for renowned international law firms. In addition, a substantial number of our lawyers have expertise in areas including international trade, finance, construction, business administration, accounting, and taxation.
With such an outstanding legal team, Dacheng excels both in the traditional fields of litigation and arbitration, criminal defence, company law, real estate, banking and finance, insurance, foreign investment, corporate restructuring, tax, labour disputes, international trade, as well as in the emerging fields of energy and mining, intellectual property, maritime, mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, bankruptcy restructuring, securities and capital markets, infrastructure and project finance, derivatives, media and telecommunications, and urbanisation strategies. In all spheres of its operation, Dacheng has successfully established a leading position at the forefront of the industry.
This text was sourced using information from the Dacheng website.
News from Dacheng
News from The Lawyer
Briefings from Dacheng
China’s updated company law took effect on 1 March. Leo Zhou Liang, senior partner at Dacheng, highlights the key changes for corporates.
Dacheng has published the first issue of its Tax Newsletter, edited by David Yu, Lily Fan, Fidel Liu and Shen Liming.
Analysis from The Lawyer
So last week it emerged that Dentons, already the biggest law firm in the world, is currently in merger negotiations with 21 firms around the globe.