Lehman, Lee & Xu voted as a winner of Legal Excellence Awards 2011

Lehman, Lee & Xu was voted as a winner in the InterContinental Finance Magazine’s Legal Excellence Awards 2011 in the category of China Project Finance Law firm.
The kudos of receiving an InterContinental Finance Magazine Legal Excellence Award is unrivaled. It is considered by many to be one of the most important industry awards to win.
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Published by admin on March 21st, 2011 tagged China Law | Comment now »


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Beijing, China –November 13, 2010
The Administrative Measures for Foreign Enterprises and Individuals to Establish Partnership Enterprises in China (the “Measures”), promulgated by China’s State Council on December 2, 2009, became effective on March 1, 2010. Pursuant to the Measures, non-Chinese enterprises and individuals can now be partners of a partnership in China. [...]

Published by admin on October 18th, 2010 tagged China Law | 1 Comment »

Lehman, Lee & Xu China law firm welcomes Governor to Shanghai

August 18, 2010 — Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty will be visiting Shanghai in Mid-September and has already been invited to an exclusive luncheon  by AmCham Shanghai on Monday, September 13. As a long-time member of AmCham Shanghai, Lehman, Lee & Xu China law firm warmly welcomes the Governor to Shanghai.
The Governor will share his experience [...]

Published by admin on August 18th, 2010 tagged China News | 1 Comment »

Lehman Speaks on CCTV Program About New Anti-Corruption Laws in China

Edward Lehman, Managing Director of Lehman, Lee & Xu, appeared as a guest speaker in the Dialogue program on CCTV-9 on July 20th to discuss new anti-corruption measures implemented by the Chinese government.  Mr. Lehman appeared on the program along with Dr. Victor Gao, a current affairs commentator who used to work as the interpreter to [...]

Published by admin on July 22nd, 2010 tagged China Law | 1 Comment »

The strike at the Toyota plant in Tianjin

Workers at the Toyota automotive manufacturing plant in Tianjin agreed to resume work on Sunday morning in exchange for a pay raise of 200 yuan a month. This represented a 13 percent improvement over their existing salaries, short of the 20 percent they had demanded at the outset of the three-day strike. It was unclear [...]

Published by admin on June 23rd, 2010 tagged China News | 1 Comment »

China scraps export tax rebates

Chinese State Council has agreed to the abolishment of tax rebates for 406 exported products. The new policy effective July 15th, includes steel and non-ferrous metals products, fertilizers, in addition to specific plastic, rubber, and glass products, according to the Chinese Finance Ministry in a Tuesday statement. The Ministry has yet to offer an explanation [...]

Published by admin on June 23rd, 2010 tagged China News | Comment now »

China Increasing Efforts to Attract Foreign Talent

Chinese officials have presented new policies aimed at attracting top-notch foreign professionals in order to improve the economic and social development of the nation. The recently announced National Medium and Long-Term Talent Development Plan is more open for high-caliber foreign talent willing to work in China than previous policies. Main areas of focus are taxation, [...]

Published by admin on June 17th, 2010 tagged China News | Comment now »

Edward Lehman Selected to Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals

Edward E. Lehman of Lehman, Lee, and Xu has been selected to the Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals. This nomination is only bestowed upon a select few individuals who have displayed excellence in business, law, academia, medicine, and who have shown an entrepreneurial spirit.
The Who’s Who Among Executives and Professionals was created in recent [...]

Published by admin on May 28th, 2010 tagged China News | Comment now »