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  • DATE:2020-4-15
  • On April 8, China Business Law Journal, a well-known legal magazine, released their list of China business law awards in 2020. Wang Jing & Co won the "best overall law firms (Greater Bay Area)" award for its excellent professional services and good reputation in the industries, and was named for the other two single awards as excellent law firm in Shipping, insurance and reinsurance fields.


             Annual award

             Best Overall Law Firms (Greater Bay Area)

         Award winning business field


                 Insurance and Reinsurance

    China Business Law Journal is an international well-known business law journal, one of the most influential legal selecting media, and has a wide range of influence in the field of Chinese business law. This award is to reward the law firms that have made outstanding performance and achievements in various fields of practice in China's legal service market in the past year. The selection is based on the consideration of the votes and recommendations from received from in-house counsel, other senior corporate executives and legal professionals from around the world, and the evaluation of each firm’s landmark deals, cases and other notable achievements in the past year, which makes the award  comprehensive, objective and widely recognized.

    China Business Law Journal comments that, Wang Jing & Co, based in Guangzhou, specializes in maritime and shipping. Last year, it handled several influential cases in the industry, including the jurisdiction dispute between Changhong Group (HK), Bright Shipping, and National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) over the liability for collision damage, a case that attracted the attention of both the international shipping and legal communities.This case involved the first collision and combustion accident of tanker-loaded condensate in the world, which has considerable domestic and international impact. Wang Jing & Co acted for the plaintiff Changhong Group, and chose to file a lawsuit in China. In the end, Shanghai Maritime Court and Shanghai High People’s Court rejected the jurisdictional objection raised by NITC.


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