Mazzola Lindstrom LLP’s China practice is a significant part of our international practice.
We fully understand the challenges involved in international disputes. Our attorneys have combined decades of experience representing China-based businesses and individuals in litigation, arbitration, mediation and complex transactions serving US-based clients with various China-related legal needs. Our sophisticated attorneys are true partners and advocates on the global stage and bring specialized expertise and effective solutions to our clients who conduct business and prosper in both major markets.
Our attorneys have in-depth knowledge of the Chinese language, the complex Chinese culture, and the nation’s unique business customs and etiquette. Our team members are AV-rated by Martindale Hubbell and are seasoned litigators and trial lawyers who know how to win in court, having brought multi-million-dollar actions to verdict. Our team also includes attorneys who are native Mandarin Chinese speakers, fluent in the language, and have spent significant time living, working, studying, or traveling in China.
Collectively, we have extensive experience representing a full range of clients, including state-owned enterprises, multinational corporations, publicly listed companies, privately held businesses, manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and individuals based across China. With attorneys licensed in multiple states in the US and an established network of professional relationships and resources throughout China, we counsel and help our clients achieve their goals by providing the best representation and business solutions possible.
We regularly advise clients in the following US-China practice areas:
- Cross-border commercial litigation
- Business transactions
- International trade and arbitration
- Art law
- Insurance coverage litigation
- Alternative dispute resolution and mediation
- Labor and employment
- Product liability
- Corporate and compliance
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Intellectual property
- Real estate
- Wills, trusts and estate planning
- Cargo, marine and transportation
- Credit risk, manufacturing and trade
- Legal ethics and professional responsibility