Chen WeiyuanLawyer

Office Location:Quanzhou

Tel:(86) 595 28685067; (86) 13505099060

Practice areas:Real estate & Construction project; Company & Private Investment Intellectual Property; Insurance; Bank liquidation; Criminal

LL.B., Law School of  Zhejiang University
Professional title:
Third class lawyer

Mrs. Chen has joined in Tenet & Partners (Quanzhou) since 2007 and practices until now.
Social positions
Legal counselor of Quanzhou Licheng Primary School
Typical Cases/Projects:
Since the practicing of law, Mrs. Chen has dealt with a lot of cases, such as economy, civil and commercial cases, and criminal defense. She is especially good at handling with company legal affairs, such as insurance, medical damage, real estate, construction, etc.
Classic Non-Litigation Cases:
She worked as a legal counsel for The First Construction of Fujian Minqing Co., Ltd Quanzhou Branch, make specification for the company rules and regulations, improve the labour contract, and provide personnel training for the management level;
She worked as a legal counsel for Fujian Geological Mining Construction Co., Ltd, provided legal service for the Longting project which run in Fengze District of Quanzhou, strive to the result that no complain in the process of project construction, no labour disputes and no quality defects;
To solve the contract disputes between Fujian Zhongti Real Estate Development Co., Ltd and Nanjing Putian Telecommunication Co., Ltd, Mrs. Chen tried to explain disputes, mediate for both sides, and made the client terminate the contract with Nanjing Putian Telecommunication Co., Ltd as soon as possible, at the same time, entrusted other companies for the construction;
To solve Land Rover auto after-sales service disputes between Quanzhou Luojiang Jianfeng Packaging Co., Ltd and Quanzhou Honghai Motors Trading Co., Ltd, there are overload terms which specified by the imported vehicle dealer, if the buyer do not go to the seller’s 4s shop to maintain the vehicle, they will not provide free warranty. The win of this case poses a challenge for the effectiveness of the auto industry overlord clauses.