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Payment services lawyer in HK/China

Discussion in 'Business, Careers & Education' started by ruzzi, May 25, 2011.

  1. ruzzi

    ruzzi Well-Known Member

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    Long shot - Not sure if there's any HK/China based lawyers here but just in case!

    Can anyone recommend a HK/China based-lawyer with good experience in the payment services industry (ie. agreements, regulatory/compliance, operational advice).
     
  2. ginlimetonic

    ginlimetonic Well-Known Member

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    Long shot - Not sure if there's any HK/China based lawyers here but just in case!

    Can anyone recommend a HK/China based-lawyer with good experience in the payment services industry (ie. agreements, regulatory/compliance, operational advice).


    there is no such thing as a payment services lawyer. However, I believe you're looking for anyone who has contacts and can pass money under the table...
     
  3. ruzzi

    ruzzi Well-Known Member

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    sorry i meant more of a financial services/banking lawyer with experience in online and electronic payments
     
  4. Grenadier

    Grenadier Well-Known Member

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    Perkins Coie, Bryan Cave, Steptoe & Johnson, and Skadden Arps have Beijing offices; why not try contacting one of their lawyers in those offices?
     

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