On 17 February, Chambers and Partners, a leading international legal rating agency, released Chambers Global 2022. Lingchen Pu, partner of Chance Bridge Law Firm, has been ranked again in the International Trade/WTO: Respondent (PRC Firms) in China Legal Rankings-Band 1.
Compared with the Greater China Region Guide 2022, published in January 2022, Chambers Global 2022 is based on the global, and covers over 200 jurisdictions across the world with a different research methodology and evaluation scope. It is the list of the world's top law firms and leading lawyers selected by Chambers Research team through market data analysis and research interviews with corporate counsels and lawyers over the past year, and is a reliable and authoritative reference for global clients seeking high-end legal services. After being honored on the Greater China Region Guide, Mr. Pu was listed in "Global Legal Guide", which fully demonstrates the affirmation and recognition of his professional ability.
Established in 2011, Chance Bridge Law Firm seeks to pioneer a new path by focusing first on quality and innovation. Our aspiration is to be uniformly recognized as China’s leading boutique full-service business law firm. Our team of nearly 100 legal professionals provides the full range of corporate, commercial and financial legal services. Our core practice areas include capital markets, financial markets, corporate and commercial, international trade and compliance, intellectual property rights, competition & anti-monopoly, criminal law, dispute resolution and other related matters. Now we have four offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Haikou.
The International Trade and Compliance Team of Chance Bridge is one of the earliest teams engaged in WTO and International Trade legal service in China. We have been rated as the Band 1 recommended team in WTO and International Trade by Chambers, an international legal rating agency, for many years. We have represented the Chinese government, trade associations and domestic enterprises in responding to WTO dispute settlement, as well as the trade remedy cases (e.g. anti-dumping, anti-subsidy, safeguard measures, etc.) initiated by the United States, the European Union, Canada and other countries.