DKLM LLP (London, UK) is pleased to announce the appointment of Cynthia Zhang.
Cynthia is a qualified lawyer in China and has an LLM degree from Temple University in the United States of America.
Cynthia previously worked for an international law firm in Beijing specialising in corporate and commercial law and international trade; as well as a global technology company in London. Cynthia also has first-hand experience in Lloyd's of London and the largest property and casualty insurer in China. Cynthia is a native mandarin speaker.
Alan Dixon, Managing Partner of DKLM says: “I am delighted to welcome Cynthia to DKLM LLP. I believe she will be a very valuable member of our team and will help in the promotion of our growing corporate/commercial team. Cynthia’s significant legal experience in China and her fluency in Mandarin will help DKLM further serve our Chinese clients”.
Notes for Editors:
DKLM LLP is an 8 partner boutique law firm based in Tech City (EC1, London) with niche legal expertise in the following areas: commercial property law; corporate law; employment law; litigation; mediation; intellectual property; business immigration, residential conveyancing, and Tech.
Formal Association with Zhonglun W & D Law Firm (“ZLWD”). Diversity, and an international outlook, is a key part DKLM’s success.
DKLM are proud of their formal association with Zhonglun W & D Law Firm (“ZLWD”) which has offices in Beijing; Shanghai; Chengdu; Taiyuan; Chongqing; Hangzhou; Jinan; Shijiazhuang; Shenzen; Wuhan and Guangzhou (new office in 2012) and representative / associated offices in Hong Kong, France and Germany.
The Association gives clients and our professional contacts access to over 400 lawyers and support staff with strategically based offices across the world who are committed to providing value-added and tailored legal advice and assistance to clients looking to expand and develop into the China market.
ZLWD specialises in private equity; structured finance and securitisation; cross-border transactions; real estate development; investments trusts; intellectual property; maritime and energy.
The Association will further strengthen relationships between China and the UK and provide a welcome platform for clients both in China and UK to appreciate the important strategic alliance of China and the UK at all levels of business and to take advantage of the multitude of opportunities to create and build businesses between the two countries be it real estate in London to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in China.
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