Nature of practice and clients
Founded in 1993, King & Wood Mallesons is one of the first partnership law firms approved by the Ministry of Justice. The firm aims to provide high quality and efficient legal services to Chinese and foreign clients alike and has grown to become one of the largest law firms in China.
On March 1, 2012, King & Wood PRC Lawyers combined with the leading Australian law firm Mallesons Stephen Jaques, and launched a powerful new brand - King & Wood Mallesons.
On July 31, 2013 ，King & Wood Mallesons and leading international law firm SJ Berwin announced a world first legal combination to build a new global law firm based in Asia. The combination continues to reshape the global legal industry with King & Wood Mallesons being the only global law firm which is headquartered in the Asia Pacific and focused on connecting Asia to the world and the world to Asia.
Our main service areas include:
- Antitrust & Competition.
- Banking & International Finance.
- Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Liquidation.
- Capital Markets & Securities.
- Corporate Governance & Compliance.
- Dispute Resolution.
- Energy, Mining & Natural Resources.
- Environment and New Energy.
- Foreign Direct Investments.
- International Trade.
- Intellectual Property.
- Labor and Employment.
- Mergers & Acquisitions.
- Outbound Investments and Project Contracting.
- Private Equity.
- Real Estate.
- Technology, Media & Telecommunications.
King & Wood Mallesons40th Floor, Office Tower A, Beijing Fortune Plaza 7 Dongsanhuan ZhongluChaoyang District Beijing 100020, ChinaT+86 10-58785588F+86 10-58785599
- Information needed to draft a secondment agreement: China
- Employee handbook: childbirth-related leave policy
- Employment contracts: China
- Secondment of foreign employees: China
- Real estate ownership and registration in China
- Employee handbook: marriage leave and compassionate leave policy
- Employee handbook: annual leave policy
- Information needed to draft an employment contract: China: checklist
- Employment disputes: China
- Employee handbook: disciplinary rules and procedures