Squire Patton Boggs has won two China Business Law awards, in the categories of Government and Public Policy and International Trade.
The awards are based on thousands of votes and recommendations received from corporate executives, in-house counsel and senior practitioners, together with submissions from law firms and additional research into transactions and firm developments conducted by China Business Law Journal’s editorial team.
The awards recognize the collective efforts of the firm’s China team and its global Public Policy and International Trade Practices, with the team noted for having “achieved good results” in assisting Chinese companies with the management of their overseas business and political risks.
The China team is led by Daniel Roules and Lindsay Zhu, working alongside the firm’s Washington DC-based International Trade and Public Policy Practices, led by George Grammas and Edward Newberry.
Mr. Roules, the firm’s China managing partner, commented: “We are proud to have been recognized by Chinese clients as one of the few global firms with genuine expertise in the international trade and public policy fields. The awards are testament to the depth of our services and our commitment to supporting our clients as they prepare for and respond to regulatory and diplomatic challenges in these turbulent times.”