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Dacheng Shanghai

   The Shanghai operation of Dacheng Law Offices (Dacheng Shanghai) was established in 2001. Today Dacheng Shanghai is located in the Lujiazui CBD area in downtown Shanghai facing the iconic Huangpu River. Dacheng Shanghai now has 540 employees, 134 partners, 104 associates and 216 paralegals. More than 70% of Dacheng Shanghai's lawyers have been trained at prestigious law schools in China and overseas. Dacheng Shanghai is the largest full-service local law firm in Shanghai. Our dedicated professional team members provide high-quality and valuable legal services to our clients in the most efficient manner. In recent years Dacheng Shanghai has been widely recognized by major legal directories and various other stakeholders in the legal community in Shanghai and beyond.

    Dacheng Shanghai has the following eight practice departments:
        Corporate and M & A;
        International Practice;
        Shipping and Transportation;
        Construction and Real Estate;
        Banking and Finance;
        Criminal Law;
        Dispute Resolution;
        Intellectual Property;
        and Capital Markets.

     More than 70 Dacheng Shanghai's lawyers have gained a law degree overseas while some of them are qualified in China and other jurisdictions at the same time. Numerous of Dacheng Shanghai's lawyers have substantial experience working with top US, UK, Australia-origin law firms prior to joining the firm. In addition, there are several international lawyers serving as consultants for Dacheng Shanghai. Dacheng Shanghai is equipped with lawyers who are proficient in the English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean and Hebrew languages. Drawing upon rich resources and expertise across the firm, Dacheng Shanghai's lawyers are well positioned to handle complex cross-border and multi-jurisdictional assignments involving China and Chinese parties.