The Chinese full-service firm comes recommended for dispute resolution, with a practice led by well-known arbitrator Fei Ning
Jun He was founded in 1989 as one of the first private law offices in China and is therefore regarded as something of a pioneer. It has a network of nine offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzen, Guangzhou, Dalian, Haikou and Hong Kong, as well as outposts in New York and Silicon Valley.
The dispute resolution practice is led by Fei Ning in Shanghai, who has worked at firms in Zurich and London and at China’s main arbitral provider, CIETAC. As an arbitrator, he has sat on HKIAC, SIAC, SCC and LCIA panels.
In 2011, the firm added Quang Ma, a trademark specialist with experience of IP-related disputes, and Christine Kang, a former case administrator at CIETAC who is on the panel of arbitrators there and at the HKIAC and KLRCA. Kang has previously worked at Jones Day and DLA Piper. Both newcomers are based in Beijing.
The firms Shanghai office was named “Shanghai Law Firm of the Year” at the China Law and Practice Awards.