Officially opened in November 2012, AnJie Law Firm has already been awarded with three prestigious nominations by Asian Legal Business - a law magazine with a wide range of influence in the legal profession in both China and the Asia-Pacific region. Established by partners from well-known domestic and international law firms, AnJie has been recognized as the Anti-Monopoly law firm, litigation law firm, and new law firm of 2012. Recently, a reporter from the China Trade News interviewed Jeremy Dai, founding partner of AnJie, in order to have an in-depth understanding of the AnJie law practice.
Resolving to Build an Outstanding Law Firm Brand
Mr. Jeremy Dai was interviewed at AnJie Law Firm, 26F, Tower D, Central International Trade Center, CBD, Beijing.
Mr. Dai, a qualified lawyer in both the PRC and New York, is recommended by Asian Legal Business as “a leading lawyer covering telecom, media, high-tech and real estate construction in Asia” and by Chambers Asia as “a leading private equity financing lawyer”. During the interview, Mr. Dai informed the reporter that after graduating from Peking University Law School in 1992, he worked in-house as a legal counsel for Shell Inc. China. Thereafter, Mr. Dai completed his LL.M and Master of Taxation from University of Virginia and New York University respectively. Before returning to China and joining AnJie, Mr. Dai worked for Baker & Mckenzie LLP and Morrison & Foerster.
Mr. Jeremy Dai indicated that although the popularity of the Law Firm should be established gradually, the brand is equally important. He strives to build an excellent brand for AnJie. In his eyes, lawyers are bystanders and watchmen of law in a sovereign state. As a specialized lawyer, he hopes to provide professional legal advice for customers as well as for AnJie.
Creating Competitive Advantages for AnJie
Mr. Jeremy Dai informed the reporter that AnJie has over 60 full-time attorneys, most of them relatively young filled with passion and a pioneering spirit. Moreover, their practice experiences are comparatively rich. Mr. Dai who has practiced law for 20 years is proud to be contributing his experience towards the growth of AnJie. AnJie’s professional fields cover private equity and venture investment, stock capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, foreign direct investment, and real estate and infrastructure projects. Among some of his previous dealings are managing legal affairs related to the listing of kong.net, linktone.com and eastmoney.com; representing KTB Group to accomplish the investment of TAL Education and Tintin Map; representing Wuxi Parma and Seamild to complete private placement, representing Wal-mart and Shell to establish investment company in China; representing BNP Paribas S.A. and Changjiang Securities Co., LTD. to build the first joint venture investment bank after China joined WTO; and representing U.S.A UPS Express to purchase Fritz.
AnJie provides comprehensive legal services for customers from all over the world, including the top 500 multinational companies, large state-owned enterprises, financing institutions, and well-known private enterprises within both traditional and emerging industries. Furthermore, AnJie is dedicated to its social responsibility as a qualified corporate citizen and actively devotes itself to public welfare undertakings.
Aiding Chinese Corporations to “Go Global”
According to Mr. Jeremy Dai’s interview, the most important business of AnJie is to currently help domestic state-owned enterprises or private enterprises “go global” by providing critical services related to financing and listings. Most of the partners at AnJie are qualified lawyers in several countries with working experience at well-known international law firms. Many have long-term overseas studying experience and are able to provide legal services for customers in Chinese, English, Korean and Japanese. Several partners have been recognized as PRC outstanding professional lawyers and are the key recommended lawyers by international law rating agencies and professional magazines, such asChambers, Who is Who, Legal500 and ALB.
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