George WangSenior Partner
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George Wang is the senior partner of the international commercial and maritime law department of the firm. Experienced in international trade law, maritime law, air law, logistics, insurance and commercial law, he serves the commercial participants, forwarders, logistics enterprises, insurers. George enjoys high reputation among clients from the industries of raw material, e.g. iron, steal, mineral, ore, petroleum, fertilizer and grain, coco bean transactions, etc.
Recent years, George is active in capital market and has been serving the clients in FDI, M & A, PEF,VC, trust, etc. His team has consulted numerous M & A projects in various industries.
Mr. Wang represents corporations before various levels of PRC courts and arbitration tribunals such as the Supreme Court, maritime courts, CIETAC, CMAC, Beijing Arbitration Commission(BAC), etc.
With extensive working relatinship with government agencies, Mr. Wang provides excelent legal services locally in China for international clients.
Languages: Mandarin, English
Areas of Practice
commercial, maritime,investment,dispute resolution
- Capital Market
- Foreign Direct Investment
- International Business
- Litigation and Arbitration
- Merger &Acquisition and Reorganization
- Mining and Energy
- Real Estate
In 1985 he began to serve in the former National Railway Transportation High Court.
From 1987 to 1996, he was an in-house counsel with the China National Foreign Trade Transportation Corp. (SINOTRANS GROUP) and a vice-general manager of a joint-venture logistics company.
In 1992, he passed the National Bar Examination and was awarded the licence of lawyer. From 1996, he began to serve as a full-time professional attorney at law.
Arbitrator of China Maritime Arbitration Commission,
Arbitrator of Shijiazhuang Arbitration Commission,
Member of All-China Lawyers Association,
Member of Transportation committee of ICC China
China moves to regulate its ocean transport industry;
China regulates ocean transport - tariffs and bill of lading registration;
Delivery of cargo under straight bills of lading;
Feida v Apl£¬a case of the Supreme People's Court of China on delivery of goods without surrender of original straight bill of lading;
Air disasters point out shortcomings in Chinese aviation legislation;
What you need to know about arbitration in China;
Legal aspects of auction sale of ships in China;
Ship arrest in China;
Court jurisdiction over freight forwarders in China;
Investment in China's forwarding industry;
Montreal Convention ratified by China - large variance between international and domestic standard limitation amounts;
New liability regime for air carrier taken effect in China;
China: New Laws governing Delivery of Goods without Original Bill of Lading.
L.L.B degree of Peking University in 1985;
Diploma of Shanghai Maritime University in 1989;
EMBA of University of International Business and Economics in 1997;
Diploma of Peking University on PE and VC.