WANG Weidong

  • Position:Executive Partner
  • Edu:LL.M.
  • Email:[email protected]
  • Address:Beijing
  • Tel:(+86)(10) 6589 0699 ext 600 D: (+86)(10) 6589 0600 / 6517 6808
  • Fax:(+86)(10) 6589 0799 / 6517 6800 / 6517 6801
Practice Areas

  • Infrastructure, Power & Energy
  • Corporate, M&A and Restructuring
  • Capital Markets & Securities

Professional experience

  • Mr. Wang has represented legal service for numerous world-famous companies include:
  • General Motors Co. of U.S.A, General Motors China, The ABB Group of Switzerland, AT & T Inc. of U.S.A., General Electric Company, IBM Corporation, U.S.A., Siemens AG, National Power of U.K., Export-Import Bank of Japan, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, CLP Power Hong Kong Limited, Electricité de France, China 999 Group, Qinshan Nuclear Power Company, China Guangdong Nuclear Power Holding Co. Ltd., Shandong Electric Power Co., China General Coal Construction & Development Co., Shandong International Trust and Investment Co., Coca-Cola, Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Limited, Henderson Construction of Hongkong, State Grid Corporation of China, and China Datang Corporation.
  • Mr. Wang has represented for clients with respect to water, power, express way and other infrastructural constructions by serving as the legal counsel of the investor or the fund raising institution. Mr. Wang’s recent experiences include:
  • - The Electric Power Plant of Mei Zhou Wan, Fujian Province, in which the first wholly foreign funded electric project approved by Chinese government in China;
  • - SITHE Electric Power Plant of the west suburb of Tangshan, in which the first electric project invested and constructed through project financing approved by the government in China;
  • Shandong Zhonghua Electric Project of 3200MW, in which the largest Chinese-foreign joint invested electric project;
  • - The disposal project of 6470MW of assets and equity of State Grid Corporation;
  • - BOT Electric Power Plant Project in China;
  • - The first Chinese-foreign invested Project of Gas Electric Power Plant approved by China.
  • Mr. Wang has acted as Chinese legal counsel of GM participated in the acquisitions of DAEWOO

Work experience

  • Managing Partner, Grandall Law Firm, Beijing
  • Group Executive Partner, Grandall Law Firm, China
  • Partner, Zhongce Law Firm, Beijing
  • Attorney, Junyi Law Office, Beijing
  • Attorney, Commerce & Finance Law Office, Beijing


  • University of Minnesota, U.S.A, LL.M.
  • People’s Public Security University, LL.B.
  • China BOT/BOOT Certificate for Professional Training, Asian Development Bank and Academy of International Development Law

Industry part-time

  • China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission, Arbitrator
  • Conciliation Centre, China Chamber of International Commerce, Conciliator
  • Chinese Society of International Law, Director
  • The People’s Congress of Beijing, Expert Consultant
  • Legal Working Group of Beijing 2008 Environment and Construction, Member
  • Infrastructure Committee, Beijing Bar Association, Director
  • Foreign Affairs Commission, Beijing Bar Association, Commissioner
  • Business Directing Commission, Beijing Bar Association, Commissioner
  • Energy and Resources Commission, International Bar Association, Member
  • China Water Net, Expert
  • National Special Commission for Thermoelectricity, Commissioner
  • All China Lawyers Association, Member
  • Beijing Lawyers Association, Member

Title of honor

  • Recommended Lawyer, by “Asia Law & Practice”
  • Recommended Lawyer, by “Legal 500, Asia Pacific”
  • Excellent Commercial Attorney of year 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 by “Asian Law”

Academic achievements

  • Legal Governance and Management in the Area of Infrastructure in China, presented on “China-US Forum of Infrastructure”, assigned by State Ministry of Finance, Council of Asian Development Bank, Shanghai, 2003
  • China and GATT”, issued on Journal of Foreign Affairs College Relevant Legal Issues in the Area of Foreign Invested Infrastructure, Forum of Attorneys in Capital City (Volume 1)
  • Problems with Wholly Foreign Owned Infrastructure Project, issued by “China Law & Practice”
  • Urban infrastructure franchise legal issues", published in "China's water network


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