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About Weiwei Luo

Weiwei Luo is an associate and business lawyer with Beveridge & Diamond P.C. Ms. Luo's practice focuses on international and Chinese legal issues, including experience in business (China, EU, US) transactions, regulatory, and trade matters.

Ms. Luo provides legal assistance to international investors (companies, private equity, institutions) for their various investments in broad range of industries in China, US and Europe. She counsels those clients on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and private equity investment, and commercial transactions such as licensing arrangements, distributorships and franchising agreements, as well as other commercial agreements.

Ms. Luo is also deeply involved in the sustainability, environment, health, safety, data privacy, energy and government regulatory issues in China and the U.S. For instance, she has implemented training for client managers, facility personnel and staff on China emerging manufacturing and product issues, regulatory compliance and supply-chain risk management with a focus on environment, health, safety, labor and other matters in a wide range of industry sectors. In the health care sector in particular, Ms. Luo has been involved in hospital, work force, and new technology (including telemedicine) regulatory and investment issues. She has also been involved in materials restriction (e.g., RoHS), recycling, chemicals management, raw materials shipment and inspection, and other issues facing manufacturers operating in or shipping to China.

Additionally, Ms. Luo is involved in international trade issues, working with Chinese and non-U.S. companies and individual investors. Her experience and work in this area focuses on pre-market entry and extraterritorially applied U.S. regulatory programs (e.g., Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS), Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and trade sanction matters).

Thought Leadership

Ms. Luo has been at the forefront of legal work in the sustainability areas in China. She assists the general counsel for the China EHS Roundtable, a multi-sector industry association, the members of which share a commitment to the advancement of compliance and sustainable manufacturing leadership in the Asian market.

Education

Ms. Luo received her legal education and obtained extensive legal professional experiences from China, Europe and the US. She earned an LL.M. degree from Duke Law School and a masters of European Law and Economics degree, jointly awarded by Bologna University, Gent University and Erasmus University in Rotterdam. In addition, Ms. Luo has an LL.M. in international law from Erasmus University in Rotterdam and a bachelor of law degree (LL.B) from Zhongnan University of Law and Economics, and passed the national judicial qualification exam.

Admissions and Professional Memberships

Ms. Luo is admitted to practice in New York and is a member of the New York State Bar Association.

Languages

Ms. Luo is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and English. She also speaks and reads Italian.



Recent Special Reports with Weiwei Luo

Recent Reg Alerts with Weiwei Luo

China Issues a Letter on Soliciting the Opinions on Environmental Protection Control Standards for Solid Waste Imported as Raw Materials China On August 10, 2017, the Ministry of Environmental Protection issued a letter to solicit the opinions on Environmental Protection Control Standards for Solid Waste Imported as Raw Materials and the deadline for submission of comments August 25, 2017 ("Standards").
September 19, 2017
China Issues an Announcement on Publishing the Catalogues of Wastes Subject to Import Management (2017) China On August 16, 2017, the Ministry of Environmental Protection, the Ministry of Commerce, the National Development and Reform Committee, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine jointly issued an Announcement on issuance of the Catalogu...
September 17, 2017
China Issues an Announcement on the Effectiveness of the Minamata Convention on Mercury China On August 15, 2017, Ministry of Environmental Protection, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Science, Ministry of Commerce and other 11 agencies jointly issued an Announcement on the Effectiveness of ...
September 17, 2017



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1) Please confirm this (http://trade.ec.europa.eu/docl...
Answered Sep 25, 2013
We are reselling a helicopter into China market that h...
Answered Jul 17, 2013
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) ...
Answered May 10, 2013




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