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MoFo Wins 2021 China Law & Practice Awards

02 Mar 2022

Morrison & Foerster was recognized as Intellectual Property Firm of the Year at the 2021 China Law & Practice Awards. The China Law & Practice Awards recognize exceptional legal achievements and honor the biggest and most important commercial legal matters that involve lawyers and parties in China.

Some of MoFo’s recent China-related IP matters include:

  • Roblox, in its joint venture with Tencent and the establishment and launch of the Roblox platform in China—the first foreign online game platform with user-generated games and revenue-sharing to obtain a government license in China.
  • Hao Tian Development Group Limited, a Hong Kong-listed conglomerate, and Co-High Investment Management Limited in the formation of a joint venture between Aceso Life Science, a subsidiary of Hao Tian Development, and Promethera Biosciences, a global innovator in cell-based medicines and liver diseases.
  • Amperex Technology Limited, a world’s leading producer and innovator of lithium-ion batteries, in its RMB14 billion joint ventures for mid-size battery cells and packs and USD$1.5 billion technology cross‑license arrangement with Contemporary Amperex Technology Co, Limited, a global-leading company in power battery development and manufacturing.
  • Everest Medicines Limited and its subsidiaries with respect to certain intellectual property opinions involved in the initial public offering and listing of Everest Medicines Limited.

 

View the full list of winners.

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