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Dennis (Yongquan) Deng 邓永泉

Partner of Beijing Anli Law Firm, and Arbitrator with Beijing Arbitration Commission


Dennis (Yongquan) Deng is a partner at Beijing Anli Law Firm, and arbitrator with Beijing Arbitration Commission/Beijing International Arbitration Center

Practice Areas:

Litigation, Dispute resolution, Arbitration, Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign arbitral Award,Expert Testimony of China Law, Fraud and Asset Recovery, Real estate, M&A,International Trade and Franchise


Dennis Deng serves as Dentons’ Beijing office senior partner and is a Member of ChinaBoard. Previously, he was also head of the International Practice group in the Beijing office.

Dennis is a seasoned trial lawyer and has been widely recognized for his work in both litigation and arbitration in China. He is described by his clients as PRAGMATIC and RESPONSIVE. He represents domestic and international clients in a broad range of commercial litigation and arbitration (particularly over disputes arising out of real estate development, M&A, international trade, employment ) across a broad spectrum of substantive areas often with an international element, including real estate, construction, finance, PE, equity investment, IT, TMT, entertainment, electricity, energy, medicine, retail, manufacturing, chemistry, environmental protection, international trade (including L/C, B/L), securities, insurance.

Dennis has successfully prosecuted and defended large and complex and high-value claims before trial and appellate courts throughout China, China International Economic Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETAC), Beijing Arbitration Commission/Beijing International Arbitration Center, and in administrative proceedings, achieving a strong track record of success for clients. He also has experience before international arbitration in Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and Singapore International Arbitration Centre.

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