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Recent Cases  2005

  • In December 2005, we represented a Japanese multinational photo film producer in its strategic investment in a leading Chinese medical software provider.
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  • In November 2005, Broad & Bright partner Ji Jun delivered a speech at the Third China Enterprise Meeting held by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. in Qingdao, which addressed solutions for labor issues in China.
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  • In September 2005, we represented a Japanese company as plaintiff in a trademark infringement case against four Chinese defendants, winning a RMB8.3 million damages award, which was the highest award ever rendered in intellectual property infringement cases in China.
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  • In September 2005, we represented a Japanese chemical company as a respondent in the VCH anti-dumping case initiated by the Ministry of Commerce, obtaining a zero anti-dumping duty ruling in favor of our client in the preliminary determination.
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  • In July 2005, we represented Sumitomo (China) Corporation in a joint venture project to establish Shijiazhuang Sumitomo Industrial Tool Company.
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  • In March 2005, we conducted legal research as a member of the expert panel for the Ministry of Commerce of the PRC on the OECD steel subsidy negotiation.
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  • In January 2005, we represented GE Security in its acquisition of the security product business section of a Northern European company located in Mainland China and Hong Kong.
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  • In February 2005, we represented WI Harper in its Series A investment in a Chinese value-added telecommunications service company.
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  • In January 2005, we represented KhimpromUsolie LLC, a Russian company, in responding to the trichloroethylene antidumping investigation initiated by the Chinese government and obtained the lowest dumping margin—5% in this case in the preliminary determination by the Ministry of Commerce.
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  • We represented China Chamber of Commerce for Medicines & Health Products Importers & Exporters and the Chinese pharmaceutical enterprises in responding to the first antitrust investigation initiated by the United States against the Chinese companies.
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  • In January 2005, we represented the Chinese government in responding to the countervailing investigation initiated by the Canadian government involving industrial bolts and obtained a “non-injury” determination in favor of the Chinese government for three out of four products in the case.
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  • In November 2004, we represented the Chinese government in responding to the countervailing investigation initiated by the Canadian government involving barbecue grills and obtained a “de minimis” determination in favor of the Chinese government.

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