Buren's China Practice recently joined the Global Insurance Law Connect Network.
Buren advises Chinese multinational Hisense on the set-up of a R&D Centre in the Netherlands and related legal matters. Hisense is a Chinese state owned enterprise with publicly traded subsidiaries that is active in the household appliances industry.
Buren advises a Chinese Fortune 500 electrical appliance company on its international structure and corporate housekeeping.
Buren advises a Dutch agriculture company regarding the breach of licensed plant variety rights by a Chinese potato production and processing company before the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC).
Buren advises a Beijing based Venture Capital firm in the purchase of a European MBA university enabling the MBA university to further expand its international MBA programmes in China.
Buren advises a Chinese energy company active in the clean fuel industry on the envisaged acquistion of 100% of the outstanding shares of a Dutch company which is active in the market of alternative fuels and energy.
Buren advises the YangChun and DongPu village committees to initiate legal proceedings before the Amsterdam District court to reclaim a 1000-year old Buddha statue comprising the human remains of Buddha Master Zhang Gong.
Buren advises a Chinese mobile games operator in the successful acquisition of a mobile games app from a Dutch developer, resulting in the Chinese roll out of the mobile games app
Buren advises a Chinese state owned manufacturer of electric busses in the set up of a European holding company that will be at the forefront of its European market development and investment strategy.
Buren advises a Chinese state owned company under the Chinese ministry of Finance regarding a dispute against the family company of a former Dutch Prime Minister in respect of a windmill park in XinJiang.
Buren advises a Chinese airline company on legal issues relating to operating their branche in the Netherlands.
Buren advises a Chinese sports marketing company to acquire 98% of the ordinary shares of a Dutch football club for EUR 8 million. The Dutch football club, that is active in the highest division, became the first professional football club in Europe with a Chinese owner.