Beijing, China, December 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Hwuason Lawyers, China’s first specialist tax law firm, has been named by ALB (Asian Legal Business) as one of 10 firms to watch in China in 2010. On an annual basis, ALB produces a China Watchlist outlining the 10 firms that ALB expects to make a splash in the legal market in the coming year.
The recognition demonstrates Hwuason’s rapid rise to prominence in the competitive Chinese legal market. Hwuason distinguishes itself from other commercial law firms through its specialization in tax. Until very recently, tax was generally dealt with by accountants in China and Hwuason has been a pioneer in respect of combining tax and legal services. This pioneering approach to the practice of law in China has led it to be labeled as a firm to keep your eye on in 2010. Hwuason expertise in the area of tax was previously recognized in 2008 when the firm was a finalist in the “Tax & Trust Law Firm of Year” category at the China Law Awards.
ALB is the only independent and authoritative magazine dedicated to the latest legal news, events and developments in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Asia and the international business community.
About Hwuason. Hwuason Lawyers was the first specialist tax law firm in China. A commitment to combining tax and legal services distinguishes Hwuason from other tax advisors. The firm offers clients an alternative to the 'big 4' accounting firms, both in terms of costs and the breadth of services provided, which includes M&A, tax controversy, cross-border and general tax.
For more information about Hwuason: www.hwuason.com