Pamir Law Group: Legal and Business Consulting Services
Pamir Law Group is an award-winning international law and business consulting firm based in Asia with offices in Taipei, Shanghai, and Beijing. Pamir provides an integrated business/legal advisory approach focused on client growth, cost effectiveness, measurable results, effective communication and home turf advantage in Taiwan and China. The firm has a long track record of successfully closing transactions in a broad range of industries and assisting clients enforce their rights in judicial and arbitral proceedings.
The most gratifying praise we have received is from our satisfied clients over many years. This is evidenced by their continued confidence and patronage as well as by their referrals of other clients. Below is a sample of what our clients say about our legal and business services:
Vice President and General Counsel, Atheros Communications Santa Clara, California
“[Pamir] is a full service corporate firm and do outstanding work in all respects, particularly M&A work in acquiring local companies, and in assisting in critical contract negotiations. They’ve also helped us with employment law and tax issues, as well as valuable interface with key government agencies. They also helped access a network of other service providers.
In all candor, our relationship with Pamir is an important asset to Atheros’ legal team.”
Partner, Warner Norcross & Judd LLP Grand Rapids, Michigan
“I cannot say enough good things about the team. They provided immeasurable value to our client and made us look good to the client by facilitating a court filing thousands of miles and an ocean away, in a language and court system we did not understand, in an unbelievably short timeframe.”
Stoel Rives LLP Seattle, Washington
“I’m extremely grateful to all of you and appreciative of the hard work that has gone in to responding so quickly to this complex issue. It is wonderful to know that we have such excellent global resources for our clients.”
Juan Carlos Madrigal spoke with the IR Digital team about the importance of identifying and actively managing partner selection risk in China.
The OECD new CRS will allow over 100 governments to access the personal financial data of overseas account holders and owners of trusts and foundations.
The OECD’s new CRS will allow over 100 governments to access the personal financial data of overseas account holders and owners of trusts and foundation.
The bankruptcy trustee and counsel representing major creditors needed to preserve their claims against a party in Taiwan seeking bankruptcy protection.
An international telecom made a first-call to help develop a strategy to bid for both a national cellular operating license and a regional cellular license.
The RGOB National Biodiversity Center under the MOA made a “first call” to request help to build a world-class environmental legal infrastructure for Bhutan.
A fast-food conglomerate established a joint venture in Taiwan and China with a local joint venture partner. The parties were on the brink of litigation.
A foreign executive of a newly public company made a “first call” to Pamir seeking assistance to implement corporate governance disclosure.
A US electronics supply chain conglomerate planned to shut down one of its factories in south China and needed assistance to coordinate and implement the lay-off of 1,000 factory workers.
MSI Global Alliance announced the appointment of Nicholas V. Chen as one of the MSI Area Representatives for the Asia Pacific region.
How China’s Exponential Technological Disruption and Infrastructure Investment is Driving a Radical Transformation of the Future.
Juan delivered a talk hosted by Legal Mavens at their office in Madrid, Spain. The presentation titled “China Clicks & Bricks: The Next Silicon Valley?”.