Kunlun Law Firm (hereinafter referred to as “Kunlun”) was established in 1998 in Guangdong Province, the forefront of China’s reform and opening up to the outside world. Kunlun now has rapidly grown and developed into one of the leading full-service law firms in China in terms of practice scale and quality. With more than 200 lawyers and administrative employees and headquartered in Guangzhou, Kunlun has set up branches in major cities including Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Sanya where the economy keeps the most vibrant across China.
Kunlun adheres to the practice concepts of “Responsibility Foremost, Client First, Teamwork, Be Practical and Innovative and Dedicated to Excellence”and always abides by the highest standards and norms in the practice of law to provide our clients with full-range and high quality services. Our strengths in the practice of litigation and arbitration are not only deeply rooted in the traditional areas like real estate, but also cover the emerging industries like mobile telecommunications and the Internet, continuing taking a leading position in this field, We have increased the business year by year in the areas of mergers and acquisition (M & A) and restructuring; Also we have been developing steadily through careful arrangement in the areas of securities and capital market, international practices, intellectual property protection; meanwhile, we have put great more efforts in criminal defense and agency and administrative law area; in order to provide the first-class services to our clients. Moreover we assume more social responsibilities through active participation in public benefit services and legal aid activities.
Kunlun highly values a long-term and mutual trust relationship with clients. Our clients come from various industries, like real estate, finance, energy, mining, chemical, electricity, electronics and information technology, bio-pharmaceuticals, transportation, automotive, aviation, railway, water supply, communications, media and culture and arts, software and telecommunications, and mainly include government departments, banks and non-banking financial institutions, large and medium-sized state-owned enterprises, foreign-invested enterprises, multinational companies, listed companies and private enterprises.
As a valuable resource, outstanding professionals sustain the development of Kunlun. Kunlun has a strong, well-trained and experienced team of partners and talented lawyers who are truthful and reliable. Most of them have received professional education in well-known law schools in USA, France and UK or have obtained law degrees or related qualifications from China’s first-class universities.
Some of our lawyers also have obtained other professional and technical titles or qualifications like professor, research fellow, certified public accountant (CPA), senior engineer, real estate appraiser, trademark and patent agent and tax agent, while other lawyers once worked for government authorities (legislative, judicial and administrative), financial institutions, multinational corporations, international law firms, large state-owned or private enterprises, universities, colleges and research institutes and have accumulated abundant practice experience and project coordination skills at home and abroad and been able to handle a variety of large and complex cases and legal matters. Kunlun has achieved satisfactory results for our clients in a lot of arbitration or litigation cases in the Chinese courts, Court of Arbitration of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), Court of Arbitration of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Hong Kong International Arbitration Center.
Mainly based in Beijing, Kunlun International Business Department provide services for clients at home and abroad through working closely with a team of lawyers in Shanghai, Guangzhou and Shenzhen branches. With the longstanding cooperation with foreign law firms or partners in France, USA, Canada and Germany, we have been providing quality legal services for Chinese enterprises who are“going out”also, for multinational enterprises doing business in China and for those foreign enterprises seeking to tap into China market.