CJO GLOBAL

CJO GLOBAL

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

MAIN SERVICES

Trade Dispute Resolution

Debt Collection

Judgments and Arbitral Awards Collection

Anti-Counterfeiting & IP Protection

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%.

LATEST POSTS

White Paper on International Arbitration and Chinese Enterprises

China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), the Singapore International Arbitration Center (SIAC) and the International Arbitration Court of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) have administered a large number of international arbitration cases involving Chinese enterprises. Read More "White Paper on International Arbitration and Chinese Enterprises"

How to Use Recordings as Evidence in Litigation in China?

The recording of your conversation, though recorded without your permission, may well be submitted as evidence in Chinese courts. This may be quite different from the rules of evidence in some other countries. Read More "How to Use Recordings as Evidence in Litigation in China?"

Q&A GLOBAL

Turkey | What Measures Can a Creditor Take if the Debtor Does Not Enforce the Judgment?

During the recognition-enforcement procedure, creditor has the right to demand interlocutory injunction from the authorized court, to seize and freeze the debtor’s movable and immovable assets. Read More "Turkey | What Measures Can a Creditor Take if the Debtor Does Not Enforce the Judgment?"