Head of Shanghai
Justin Wilson is a corporate lawyer and our Head of Shanghai. He has broad experience of advising on cross-border transactions including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, inward investment, reorganisations, private equity and corporate and commercial agreements.
Justin’s recent work has been across a broad range of sectors including industrials, general manufacturing, media, engineering and services and he also has substantial experience of advising on transactions in the financial services sector in China.
Justin is mentioned as recommended in the Asia-Pacific Legal 500 (2012) and as a leading individual in the category of Mergers and acquisitions - foreign firms by IFLR 1000 (2011-2012).
Justin has more than 16 years of experience in the Asian market having worked in Beijing and Singapore prior to being based in Shanghai.
Justin graduated from the University of Oxford. He was admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales in 1996 and joined the practice as a partner in Shanghai in June 2008.
The State Council issued the long-anticipated master blueprint for the pilot free trade zone in Shanghai on 18 September 2013 (the Master Blueprint) and made it avai.
The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) issued a Notice on Matters relating to the Investment and Operation of Wealth Management Business by Commercial Banks .
Wylie Spicer has written an article on the legal framework around seabed mining and the issues being debated by the International Seabed Authority..
Justin Wilson and Sun Hong have written an article on the importance of understanding what you are buying..