Li Ronghui (Sam)


Areas of Practice 

Mr. Li Ronghui’s main practice areas are dispute resolution and compliance. 

Mr. Li has over a decade of experience in dispute resolution and compliance. He represented clients in a large number of cases, including international and domestic trade & investment, intellectual property rights, real estate, construction, banking and finance, bank cards, non-performing assets, insurance, labor, personal injury, corporate governance and administrative & criminal investigation. He is familiar with commercial transactions and understands clients’ business needs. He is skilled in legal analysis of complicated cases. Regarding compliance, he participated in many clients’ internal compliance investigations and related follow-up matters, and also cooperated with foreign lawyers with respect to FCPA and other anti-bribery laws. The compliance clients he has represented for include companies in pharmaceuticals, medical device, automotive, sports brand, luxury brand, manufacturing, IT, and petrochemical industries.

Work Experience

Mr. Li joined King & Wood Mallesons in 2006. He had worked for Llinks law firm and a foreign law firm in Shanghai. 

Mr. Li obtained his Bachelor’s degree in International Economic and Trade and Master’s degree (LL.M) from Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (now Shanghai University of International Business and Economics). 

He was admitted to practise in PRC in 2006.

His working languages are Chinese and English.


Legal insights

Commercial bribery has been in the spotlight during the amendment process.

07 November 2017

More is required than simply removing state secrets to meet legal requirements.

04 September 2017

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