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White & Case LLP, Shanghai Office
Unit 02-07, 41st Floor HKRI Centre One, HKRI Taikoo Hui
288 Shimen Road (No. 1)
SHANGHAI 200041
China
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Partner

Career

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China > Dispute resolution: Litigation: foreign firms

White & Case LLP stands out for its expertise in transaction-related disputes, where it acts for Chinese banks and financial institutions, thanks to its close collaboration with the firm’s corporate and banking teams on a variety of contentious work, including debt recovery and restructurings. Hong Kong-based partner Melody Chan and Bingna Guo in Beijing co-head the practice, with senior associate Paulina Ho supporting the firm’s efforts in relation to commercial disputes, enforcement proceedings and investigations. Chan focuses on multi-jurisdictional matters, including those connected with joint ventures and insolvency proceedings, while Guo is noted for her experience handling investigations and compliance matters.

China > Regulatory/compliance: foreign firms

(Leading individuals)

Bingna Guo – White & Case LLP

White & Case LLP has a dedicated regulatory compliance team, offering comprehensive advice on regulatory and criminal enforcement matters, as well as investigations and related civil claims. It primarily acts for multinational clients with operations in China, as well as for Chinese clients with operations abroad. The team also has strong capabilities in acting on cross-border parallel investigation proceedings. Bingna Guo leads the group from Beijing and has extensive experience in cross-border and domestic internal investigations and compliance matters, with particular expertise on US-related mandates, and is regularly involved in anti-corruption, fraud, embezzlement, and conflicts of interest investigations. Also notable is Hong Kong-based James Hsiao who focuses on international anti-corruption investigations, regulatory and compliance matters, and cross-border dispute resolution.