Mingzhi (Christina) Peng

Mingzhi (Christina) Peng

Christina is good at enterprise investment and finance, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), and Internet and High-tech fields. She has practiced over 15 years. She has served as leading counsel for a number of significant enterprise investment, financing, and M&A projects. Her experience covers a wide variety of industries, including Internet and High-tech, investment, construction, hotel, business services, and medical health.

Representative Matters

  • Investment, finance, and M&A
  • Acting as legal advisor of China Construction Fourth Engineering Bureau Co., Ltd. in the first phase and second phase of 2018 of the issuance of medium-term notes (total amount: RMB 3 billion)
  • Acting as China legal advisor of ATLAS (China) Co., Ltd. for the introduction of PAG as well as the investment bank Goldman Sachs as strategic partners
  • Acting as legal advisor for the acquisition of a hospital equity by a certain investment management company (total amount: about RMB 800 million)
  • Acting as legal advisor of Foshan Xinyi Construction Group Co., Ltd. to transfer its commercial property Huahui Building
  • Acting as legal advisor of the sponsor ICBC International Capitals Ltd. and the underwriter ICBC International Securities Ltd. of the HKEX listing project of Modern Media Co., Ltd. (stock code: 072)
  • Significant Litigations and Arbitrations
  • Acting as attorney of a company’s construction project contract dispute (principal: about RMB 100 million)
  • Acting as attorney of a limited partnership’s share repurchases dispute (about RMB 100 million)
  • Acting as attorney of a famous hotel group’s information technology contract dispute (involved information data and clearing of more than 2000 hotels)
  • Acting as attorney of Guangdong Aeon Teemall Commercial Co., Ltd. for several significant product quality disputes
  • Acting as attorney of Guangzhou Nanhai Fishing Village Development Co., Ltd.for trademark infringement and unfair competition series disputes
  • Acting as attorney of China Cinda Asset Management Co. Ltd. for a loan contract dispute (principal: RMB 25 million)

Education Background

  • Bachelor of Laws, Sun Yat-sen University (2003)

Professional Qualifications

  • Bar admission in P.R. China

Professional Background

  • Christina joined DeHeng Law Offices in June 2017. Prior to this, she worked for the listed company NetEase (NSDAQ: NETEASE) from 2003 to 2005 and served as the first internal legal counsel. From 2006 to 2017, she practiced in a law firm in Guangdong, served as Director of the Internet and High-tech Committee and Director of the Brand Management Committee.

Recognitions and Affiliations

  • Representative of the 11th Guangdong Lawyers’ Congress
  • Member of the 11th Legal Profession Community Committee of Guangdong Lawyers Association
  • Member of the Ninth Internet and High-Tech Legal Professional Committee of Guangzhou Lawyers Association
  • Member of the Ninth Publicity Committee of Guangzhou Lawyers Association
  • Honorary Legal Adviser of Guangzhou Lingnan Logistics Supply Chain Chamber of Commerce
  • Perennial Legal Adviser of Guangzhou Tianhe District People’s Government
  • Arbitrator of Guangzhou Arbitration Commission of China
  • Member of Network and E-commerce Legal Research Institute of Guangdong Law Society
  • Mediator of Belt & Road International Commercial Mediation Center
  • Selected Publications
  • “Analysis of Legal Supervision and Prevention of Legal Risks of Online Auditions of New Media”, China Youth Lawyers Law Forum (October 2016)
  • ” ‘Tesla’ Trademark Series Lawsuit Reached a Settlement: the Game as well as Gain and Loss of Both Parties”, Guangda Law Observation (September 2014)
  • “How to Collect Electronic Evidence? A Primer”, SGLA Legal Risk Observation (Edition January-March 2009)
  • “Theory of Administration According to Law and Standardize Enterprise Development”, the 11th Five-year Plan and Legal Service in Guangdong Lawyer Paper Competition (October 2006)
  • “Discussion on the Legitimacy and Rationality of IBM’s Unilateral Modification of Global Co-insurance Policy”, Netease Technology Channel (November 2003)

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