Mr. Cui joined JunHe in April 2008 and currently practices at the firm’s Shanghai office.
Mr. Cui has broad experience in the resolution of complex international disputes, and he has represented various multi-national companies and other large-scale companies to successfully resolve a large number of disputes. Mr. Cui has been in charge of or participated in many cases brought before the Supreme People's Court, and many important and complicated arbitrations conducted in arbitration commissions, such as SHIAC, Shanghai Arbitration Commission and CIETAC and etc. Mr. Cui is specialized in handling disputes in connection with real estate, project construction, equity transfer, corporate operation, etc.
Mr. Cui has extensive experience in dealing with corporate compliance matters as well. He was fully engaged in the criminal procedures for GSK China, represented many multi-national companies in compliance investigations conducted by AIC and other administrative agencies, provided compliance training for them, and helped them review their businesses under the compliance requirements. Mr. Cui has worked in the Public Security Bureau of Pudong District, Shanghai City, and has thus provided feasible and efficient strategies and opinions for clients from different perspectives.
Mr. Cui has also dealt with many bankruptcy and compulsory liquidation cases. He dealt with many such cases, including acting as a member of the bankruptcy administration or a liquidation team, in creditor’s declaration proceedings on behalf of the clients, or in application for bankruptcy proceedings on behalf of the clients, etc. Mr. Cui also participated in the writing of the “Chinese Company Law Practice Guidelines – bankruptcy and liquidation” which was published by CCH in 2010.
Prior to joining JunHe, Mr. Cui worked as an in-house lawyer for a large real estate company and was a police officer in the Public Security Bureau of Pudong District, Shanghai City.