Hylands Included in the External Expert Lawyer Pool of Key International Hotels Management Co., Ltd.

Hylands Law Firm was recently selected for the external expert lawyer pool of Key International Hotels Management Co., Ltd.

Key International Hotels Management Co., Ltd. is a joint venture established by Beijing NUO Hotel Management Co., Ltd. and Kempinski Hotels Co., Ltd. for developing the hotel management market. It owns the well-known Kempinski, NUO, Bristoria and Tangram hotel brands. Key International Hotels Management Co., Ltd. intends to set up an “external expert lawyer pool” through this event for the provision of legal services for its hotel management and operations. Hylands was included in the pool by virtue of its rich experience in the field of cultural tourism, excellent performance and outstanding professional team. The partners of this project team include lawyers Zhou Han, Li Zhengning, Liu Yungui and Liu Yuping.

As a large comprehensive legal service organization, Hylands has earned a high reputation in core specialized fields such as dispute resolution and litigation, corporate and M&A, banking and finance, capital market and securities, IP, real estate and construction projects, bankruptcy reorganization and disposal of special assets, fund management and asset management business, WTO/international trade, competition and antitrust, the Belt and Road/overseas investment, and tax law. Moreover, Hylands has been operating actively in the fields of tourism, culture and hotel sectors since 1997. As China opens tourism, culture and hotel sectors wider to private capital and foreign capital, and develops rapidly, Hylands is a forerunner in the provision of legal services in the tourism, culture and hotel sectors depending on the rich experience in the traditional legal service fields.

With the IP as a core, Hylands IP team is chiefly engaged in complex, comprehensive legal affairs, covering also culture and entertainment, media communications, franchising, sports, tourism, and cultural technology industry investment and financing. The scope of legal affairs involves copyright and neighboring rights, trademark rights, patent rights, anti-unfair competition, anti-trust, trade secrets, Internet domain names, franchising, customs protection, and layout designs of integrated circuit. Its customers include enterprises, organizations and individuals in such areas as publishing, education, tourism, entertainment, sports, advertising, traditional paper media, radio and TV, telecommunications, Internet, and new media.

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