This webinar is part of CBBC’s Digital China programme. Composed of a series of briefings and panel discussions, this series will bring together members and speakers from different fields for discussions on the vision, industry practice and dynamics of Digital China.
Join us as we welcome Mr Yang Xun and Mr David Pan, Partners of Llinks Law Offices, to share their deep insights into the PRC law aspects of moving your business online.
In this interactive webinar session, together we will explore:
- Overview of online business legal regime; business models and market entrance permissions
- Establishing an online business portal in China: the brand and the registrations
- Cyber securities and data protections
- Advertisement and digital marketing
, Partner of Llinks Law Offices, Shanghai
Yang Xun graduated from Fudan University China with an LL.B degree and LL.M degree. He also obtained an LL.M. degree from Columbia University, U.S.
Xun specializes in Intellectual Property Protection, Cyber Security and Information Governance, Privacy, Unfair-competition, and regulatory matters in life science and TMT (Technology, Media, Telecom) sectors.
Prior to joining Llinks, Xun worked for renowned international law firms including Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Simmons & Simmons in Shanghai, Hong Kong, London and other international cities for 15 years.
Xun is regularly invited to contribute expertise for reputable legal publications such as China Law & Practice, Data Guidance, Computer and Technology Law Review, and E-Commerce Law Practitioner.
Xun has been listed by Legal 500 as a recommended lawyer in both IP and TMT areas. He has also been listed by Business Law Journal as a recommended lawyer in the life science area.
, Partner of Llinks Law Offices, Shanghai
David graduated from Harvard Law School with a LL.M. and obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Shanghai Jiao Tong University China. David is admitted to practice law both in China and New York State, U.S.
David has more than 19-years of practice experience in China and U.S. He has gained in-depth knowledge on Chinese and international commercial cultures and legal systems.
David specializes in Compliance (data and privacy, anti-corruption and antitrust), Corporate and Commerce, M&A, Cross-border Transactions and PE/VC.
Prior to joining Llinks Law Offices, David worked for two well-known Chinese law firms, and most recently worked for a Fortune 500 Company as its APAC General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer.
David has been highly recommended for a wide range of corporate practices by his clients including MNCs, Chinese SOEs and private clients.
David is qualified to serve on the board of PRC listed companies as an independent director. He is also listed as a recommended antitrust and competition lawyer by Legal 500 and a recommended corporate and compliance lawyer by Chambers. In 2018 and 2019, David was listed as one of the top 10 lawyers in the field of "Cybersecurity and Data Protection" in China by Legal Band. In 2019, the service team led by David was recommended as a leading team in the field of data security and privacy protection by China Business Law Journal.
LLinks Law Offices is a leading Chinese law firm with a national and international practice.
With offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and London, LLinks aims to help clients achieve their business goals and provide professional services of the highest caliber, combining technical excellence with commercial awareness and a practical, constructive approach to legal issues. The majority of our partners and associates have overseas educational backgrounds and training or practice experience abroad. Our partners and associates are all proficient in English, and some are fluent in French, German, Japanese and Korean.
LLinks key practice areas include Asset Management; Banking and Finance; Capital Markets/Corporate Finance; Corporate and Commercial; Dispute Resolution; Financial Institutions; Intellectual Property; Mergers and Acquisitions; Private Equity/Venture Capital; Real Estate; Restructuring, Insolvency and Bankruptcy; Taxation/Customs.