Latham Receives 12 China Business Law Journal Awards

China Business Law Journal

June 15, 2022

China Business Law Journal honored Latham & Watkins with 12 awards across multiple practices and industries in its China Business Law Awards 2022. Among the accolades is a recognition of Latham & Watkins as a Best International Law Firm, reflecting our Greater China Practice’s status as a leader in the region.

According to China Business Law Journal, those named a Best International Law Firm “stand out for the breadth and depth of their China practice. They bring together a wealth of international experience and top-class local expertise, and their success reflects the importance of long-term commitment towards building deep roots in the country.”

In the practice categories, the firm earned accolades for its work in Capital Markets (overseas), Corporate Compliance, M&A (outbound), Private Equity & Venture Capital, Restructuring & Insolvency, and Structured Finance & Securitization. Latham also received recognition for its market-leading work in the Data Protection & Privacy, Energy & Natural Resources, Healthcare, Pharma & Life Sciences, Internet & E-commerce, and Media, Entertainment & Sports categories.

The China Business Law Awards program is based on nominations from China-focused corporate counsel and legal professionals, as well as a survey of law firm clients on service satisfaction levels, and consideration of notable deals and other achievements.

Latham advises Chinese and international companies, financial institutions, and investors conducting business throughout Greater China and the rest of Asia. The firm provides clients with local expertise and an intimate understanding of the local marketplace, complemented by our global network. Latham’s vast geographic reach serves the global needs of clients, while its strong local practices ensure close ties with the world's key financial centers and on the ground support.

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