CJO GLOBAL

CJO GLOBAL

China-related Cross-border Trade Risk Management and Debt Collection

OUR SERVICES

Trade Dispute Resolution

We help you resolve disputes arising from the performance of trade contracts through litigation, arbitration, mediation, negotiation, etc.

Debt Collection

We help you recover the deposit, advance payment, payment for goods or compensation from your Chinese business partners.

Judgments and Awards Collection

We help you enforce foreign court judgments and arbitral awards in China.

Bankruptcy & Restructuring

We help insolvency administrators, creditors or debtors involved in the insolvency and restructuring of companies in China or the handling of insolvency estates in China.

Company Verification and Due Diligence

We help you understand your Chinese business partners so as to avoid fraud and loss.

Trade Contract Drafting and Review

We help you sign a trade contract enforceable in China to achieve your business goals.


FOUR REASONS FOR CHOOSING CJO GLOBAL

Local Resources

We are well versed in local laws, cultures and business knowledge, and can mobilize necessary local resources, enabling us to provide our clients with more effective services.

Cross-Cultural Communication

We are well versed in international business culture and practice, and fluent in several languages, ensuring more effective communication with our clients.

Insider Perspectives

Our experts have extensive working experience in top law firms and trading companies, and a good understanding of the business mode and real-time status of the market players in China, such as manufacturers, traders, importers, distributors, e-commerce platforms and counterfeit product manufacturers, enabling us to formulate more targeted strategies for our clients.

Client Choice

By the end of 2021, we have provided services to hundreds of clients from 58 countries in Europe, North America, the Middle East and Latin America, with a service repurchase rate of 32.6%.

LEGAL INSIGHTS

Common Compensation Cases in the Steel Trade with China

Mistakes in steel trading, including misidentification of grades and weight mismatches, lead to compensation cases, underscoring the need for precision in purchasing decisions to avoid financial losses. Read More "Common Compensation Cases in the Steel Trade with China"

Case Analysis: Freight Forwarding Fees Dispute Amidst Civil Unrest

In a Shanghai Maritime Court ruling, a Chinese engineering company's claim of force majeure due to civil unrest in Yemen was rejected, underscoring that force majeure events must directly relate to specific contractual breaches, establishing a crucial legal precedent. Read More "Case Analysis: Freight Forwarding Fees Dispute Amidst Civil Unrest"

INDUSTRIAL TRENDS

Common Compensation Cases in the Steel Trade with China

Mistakes in steel trading, including misidentification of grades and weight mismatches, lead to compensation cases, underscoring the need for precision in purchasing decisions to avoid financial losses. Read More "Common Compensation Cases in the Steel Trade with China"

How to Prevent Purchasing Old Steel From China in the Steel Trade

Preventing the purchase of old or substandard steel products in the steel trade requires implementing a comprehensive quality control process and due diligence measures. Read More "How to Prevent Purchasing Old Steel From China in the Steel Trade"