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Li Tong Plaza, Suite 2301
1350 North Sichuan Road
Shanghai, 200080
China

P: +86 21 6137 5500
F: +86 21 6137 5588


 

SHANGHAI

Shanghai is a crucial gateway to China’s dynamic economy. From our Shanghai office, we help U.S. and European Union companies navigate the Chinese market and Chinese businesses expand in the United States and around the world.

Additionally, we provide space in our office for ChinaSF, a collaborative public/private economic development initiative that is operated by the San Francisco Center for Economic Development and the City of San Francisco, with the financial and strategic backing of key international business leaders. ChinaSF works to foster trade and economic development between San Francisco and China.

NOTE: Nixon Peabody LLP is a limited liability partnership organized and registered under the laws of the State of New York. A list of the names of the partners and their professional qualifications is open to inspection at any of its offices. Lawyers in our Shanghai office are not licensed as local lawyers in the People’s Republic of China.

Media Clips

  • Chinese Developer to Spend $200M on 4.6-Acre Site in Downtown LA
    Commercial Property Executive | January 2, 2014
    This coverage notes that Chinese investor Oceanwide Real Estate Group has closed escrow on land in downtown Los Angeles. Nixon Peabody served as Oceanwide’s acquisition counsel and will serve as development counsel moving forward.
  • Carlyle, KKR, TPG Raising Billions for China, But Deals May Be Scarce
    Buyouts | April 29, 2013

    Partner and leader of the firm’s China and Asia Pacific practice David Cheng discusses private equity deal trends in China.

  • Environmental, Social, and Governance Diligence on Investments in China
    Practical China: Tax & Finance Strategies | April 1, 2012

    This article examines the definition, and often redefinition, of fiduciary duties, as well as the approach that prudent fund managers will increasingly be required to take in assessing their investments in China. The column is authored by partner and leader of the firm’s China and Asia Pacific practice David Cheng, New York City Securities associate Richa Naujoks, and Hong Kong Business department associate Elena Poleganova.

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