Corporate Legal Services

Reasons for Picking Us

The recent years has seen the “Belt and Road Initiative” unveiling a new era and opening up huge opportunities for British and China businesses. At Christine Lee & Co, our clients benefit from a valuable combination of global insight and legal experiences that enables us to deal with a wide range of complex domestic and cross-boarder transactions. From advising on Chinese infrastructure projects seeking R & D cooperation in the UK to big Sino-British education deals, from assisting Chinese companies to acquire cutting-edge technology to promote Chinese arts in Britain, we are at the forefront of developments right across the “Belt and Road”. We look forward to delivering bespoke and creative legal solutions and continue to help our clients successfully navigate their next venture along the Belt and Road.

Who We Are

  • Legal Advisor to the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in the UK
  • Overseas Legal Advisor to the Overseas Affairs Office of the State Council
  • Legal Advisor listed by the UK Trade and Investment (UKTI)
  • Honourable Member of China-Britain Business Council (CBBC)

What We Do: Corporate Law Practice Areas

We advise on a wide range of corporate law issues including:

  • Registering, Dissolving and Restoring Companies
  • Merger & Acquisitions
  • IPOs (Main Board and AIM Market)
  • ​Corporate Governance & Compliance
  • Joint Ventures
  • Restructuring
  • Due Diligence
  • Investigations and Legal Opinions on Businesses & Projects

Corporate law is very closely related to commercial law. Your company might need legal advice across both areas.

FIND OUT HOW WE CAN HELP

Please call Crystal Li on + 44 20 7287 6233 or email crystal.li@christine-lee.co.uk


 

Recent Deals We Advised On

  • A Chinese clothing company investing £300,000 pounds to acquire 85% shares from a UK leading traditional tailor shop.
  • A HK-based audio and video company investing £2 million pounds to acquire 20% shares from a UK music equipment company in order to obtain right to distribute its products in Greater China.
  • A Beijing company investing £140 million pounds to acquire a Cambridge-based UK scientific research team specialised in electronic chips.
  • A Beijing laboratory seeking R & D cooperation with Cambridge-based UK company for its new industrial invention.
  • A 3D printing company based in Hubei Province China investing £1 million pounds to acquire 27% shares from a Cambridge-based UK 3D printing company.
  • A Chinese clean energy company based in North East Province of Shenyang investing £1.2 million pounds to acquire 30% shares from a UK water treatment company in order to obtain exclusive distribution rights in China.
  • A Chinese lantern company investing £800,000 pounds in a joint venture with a UK investment company to hold a lantern festival in the UK.