Squire Patton Boggs has gained two China Enterprise Regulation awards, within the classes of Authorities and Public Coverage and Worldwide Commerce.
The awards are based mostly on hundreds of votes and suggestions acquired from company executives, in-house counsel and senior practitioners, along with submissions from regulation corporations and extra analysis into transactions and agency developments performed by China Enterprise Regulation Journal’s editorial crew.
The awards acknowledge the collective efforts of the agency’s China crew and its international Public Coverage and Worldwide Commerce Practices, with the crew famous for having “achieved good outcomes” in helping Chinese language corporations with the administration of their abroad enterprise and political dangers.
The China crew is led by Daniel Roules and Lindsay Zhu, working alongside the agency’s Washington DC-based Worldwide Commerce and Public Coverage Practices, led by George Grammas and Edward Newberry.
Mr. Roules, the agency’s China managing companion, commented: “We’re proud to have been acknowledged by Chinese language shoppers as one of many few international corporations with real experience within the worldwide commerce and public coverage fields. The awards are testomony to the depth of our providers and our dedication to supporting our shoppers as they put together for and reply to regulatory and diplomatic challenges in these turbulent instances.”