Yingke Law LLC in Australia is a direct-managing overseas branch of Beijing Yingke Law Firm and is also an important deployment of Yingke “global one-hour legal service circle”. In March 2020, the first branch in Australia located in the CBD of Sydney was officially registered in New South Wales. On July 1, 2020, Yingke branch in Sydney, Australia celebrated its grand opening. At present, the branch in Brisbane, Queensland and the branch in Melbourne, Victoria are also in the process of preparation and establishment.
Since its establishment, Yingke Law LLC in Australia has been well received by many clients for its professional and high-quality legal services. Its expertise includes commercial investment, corporate merger, acquisition and compliance, financial leasing, civil and commercial litigation, arbitration and mediation, family law, immigration law, equity and trust law, real estate law, intellectual property law, competition law and consumer law, bankruptcy law, etc.
Relying on the absolute advantages of the big platform provided by Yingke Law Firm, Yingke Law LLC in Australia actively cooperates with branches and network partners to provide legal services, and is committed to serving clients from both China and Australia with “one-stop” legal services.
1). Represented an Australian fund company in negotiating with Chinese investors and bidding for the development of a city town center in Victoria, Australia; providing legal opinions and document drafting related to construction projects and property acquisitions;
2). Reviewing and drafting codes of practice documents on behalf of a third-party payment platform in Australia, and providing long-term compliance services;
3). Representing Chinese-funded developers in land development and commercial housing construction projects in Lindfield, Northern Sydney, and providing consultation and advice on related legal issues;
4). Represented Australian developers in land development projects in the Rouse Hil area of southwest Sydney and participated in the negotiation and drafting of corporate structuring and development agreements between shareholders;
5). Long-term representation of several small and medium-sized fund management companies in Australia, providing them with legal services related to asset allocation and asset processing in the process of fund operation.
6). Representing a number of construction companies, providing long-term legal advice and services;
7). Handling a fee settlement dispute between the developer (Lindvest) and the project management company (CPDM) – Yingke Sydney on behalf of the developer successfully dismissed an abuse of judicial process application by the project share management company against the developer in an independent court proceeding