Gong Chu
Name: Gong Chu
Firm Name: DeHeng Law Offices
Jurisdiction: China
Practice Area: Arbitration Law, Investment Law, Litigation Law

Telephone: + 86 755 8828 0458
Fax: + 86 755 8828 6499
Email: gongchu@dehenglaw.com

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Professional Biography:

Mr. Gong started his lawyer career in 2006 and focuses on foreign investment, cross-border mergers and acquisitions (M&A), major lawsuit/arbitration.

Representative Matters

– Advised Yulin Co. on its investment in Benin, Africa

– Acted as insolvency counsel for CF’s mainland China subsidiary

– Acted as annual/special counsel for transnational enterprises FW/Picasso/GQ/FS

– Advised several international investors for their establishment of business in China

– Acted as attorney for mainland China enterprise in its non-contentious affair against LG

– Acted as attorney for Indian company SR against a Taiwan enterprise in commercial arbitration

Education Background

– PhD. in Law, Renmin University of China (2012)

Professional Qualifications

– Bar admission P.R. China

– Independent director

Recognitions and Affiliations

– Talent lawyer for foreign-related services selected by Chinese Ministry of Justice

– Leading Talent Lawyer for foreign-related services of Guangdong Province

– Leading Talent Lawyer for foreign-related services of Shenzhen City

– Legislation Consultant for Shenzhen City People’s Congress

– Mediator, China Council for the Promotion of International Trade

– Mediator, Shenzhen Intermediary People’s Court

– Arbitrator, Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration

– Arbitrator, Shantou Arbitration Commission

– Arbitrator, Hainan Arbitration Commission

– Best lawyer in Shenzhen 2018 by Acquisitional Int’l

Selected Publications

– Author, “Study on Transnational Commercial Presence of Chinese Law Firms”, Law Press, Version 1, April 2015

– Author, “Mistake of Solidarism in Its Chinese Naming”, Theory Zone, Volume 4, 2011

– Author, “On Escrow System in Foreign-related Legal Services”, Theory Zone, Volume 7, 2011

– Author, “Guidance of Extraterritorial Service”, Shenzhen Lawyers Journal, June, 2017