Commercial Dispute Resolution

Commercial dispute resolution has always been a key and advantageous business area for Wincon, and its strength is undoubtedly leading in Shandong, making it the preferred dispute resolution service team for customers. Our clients include large state-owned companies, private enterprises, multinational institutions, and individuals, covering various industries. In the fields of companies, securities, fund finance, commercial contracts, construction projects and real estate, intellectual property, maritime commerce and affairs, international arbitration, etc., we often provide legal opinions on potential disputes related to major transactions, provide practical solutions for complex disputes to achieve customers’ business goals.

We have a unique and in-depth understanding of commercial dispute resolution, and are adept at providing clients with the most suitable solutions for their business interests. Through this, we have been nominated for the APAC Insider “Best International Civil and Commercial Litigation Law Firm in China” and the ALB Asian Legal Business “East China Dispute Resolution Law Firm Award”. In addition, the commercial dispute resolution cases we represent have also been selected as cases in the Supreme Court Gazette and typical cases of the Higher People's Court.

Our services include

  • Provide comprehensive legal advice to parties on legal risk prevention
  • Provide comprehensive case analysis for the parties involved, develop response strategies, and propose alternative solutions to resolve disputes
  • Acting as an agent for the parties involved in various stages of mediation and negotiation procedures related to commercial litigation, including pre-litigation, during litigation, and execution
  • Acting as an agent for the parties involved in various commercial litigation cases, especially major, difficult, and complex commercial litigation cases, as well as the first trial, second trial, retrial, and execution (including cross-border execution) of foreign-related commercial litigation cases