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Fangda Partners
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Work Department

Dispute resolution, Restructuring and insolvency




From 1992 to 1995, Legal Department, Foreign Trade Department of Beijing Coking Chemical Plant
From 1998 to 2001, attorney of Shanghai Jianwei Law Firm
From 2001 to 2003, partner of Beijing Tongda Law Firm Shanghai Branch
From 2003 to 2005, founding partner, director of Shanghai HHP Attorneys-at-Law
From 2005 till now, partner of Fangda Partners


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President of the Shanghai Bar Association
Deputy Director of the Bankruptcy Law Study Commission of Shanghai Law Society
Member of Administrative Review Committee of the Shanghai Municipal Government
Legal Advisor of Shanghai Administration for Market Regulation
Legal Advisor of Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce
Arbitrator of China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission
Arbitrator of Shanghai International Arbitration Center
Arbitrator of Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration


Fudan University Law School, LL.B., LL.M.

Lawyer Rankings

China > Dispute resolution: Arbitration: PRC firms

(Hall of Fame)

Nuo Ji – Fangda Partners

Fangda Partners‘ dispute resolution team is first class and is as capable in arbitration as it is in court proceedings. The group has vast experience handling disputes on behalf of multinationals and large domestic companies before a number of arbitration centres; at a domestic level, this includes CIETAC and BAC, while internationally examples include the ICC, HKIAC, SIAC and LCI. Nuo Ji, Benjamin Miao and Daniel Huang lead the Shanghai department, with the Beijing office, which includes promising junior partner Yanhua Lin, being headed by Ming Kang and Helen Shi. At the associate level, Yang Liu has experience in both domestic and international arbitration proceedings in the energy, real estate, international trade and technology sectors.

China > Restructuring and insolvency: PRC firms

Fangda Partners is frequently instructed as administrator and liquidator in complex cases. The team’s recent work includes advising on cross-border insolvencies, including acting in Hong Kong courts to have the verdicts of Mainland bankruptcy courts recognised in Hong Kong. The practice also advised on several novel matters in the Shanghai market, including the first pre-pack reorganisation and the first reorganisation of a listed company. In addition to acting as administators, it also acts for creditors and bondholders. The team is led by Nuo Ji, who handles reorganisations and insolvencies across a range of sectors. Other key contacts in the team include Kai Li and Lingqi Wang, who is noted for his work on cross-border matters and frequently acts for foreign liquidators, noteholders and creditors.