New Executive Partner and Members of New Management Committee of ZhongYin Are Elected
Zhong Yin Law Firm successfully held its 4th All-Partners Meeting in 2018
from July 14 to 15, 2018 in the conference room at its head office to discuss
the development and system reform of the law firm. At the meeting, new executive
partner and members of new management committee of the law firm were elected.
According to the Measures for
Electing Managing Partner of Zhong Yin Law Firm, after voting by all
partners, the senior partner Yan Penghe
was elected as the new executive partner of ZhongYin.
According to the Measures for Electing Chairman and Members of Management Committee, after voting by all senior partners, the senior partner
Li Zheng was elected as the chairman of the new management committee; the senior
partners Dong Wan, Ge Youshan, Jia
Zheng, Liu Zhenyu, Suo Canjie, Tan Jun, Wu Guanghong, Wu Zetao, and Zhou Junli
were elected as members of the new management committee.
The new management is mainly made up of the middle-aged generation and
young partners, which reflects ZhongYin’s expectations for the replacement of
old leaders with younger ones and relevant smooth transition of the law firm,
as well as the hope of keeping up with the times and opening up new prospects.
Facing with new opportunities and challenges, the new management will, in the
best interests of the law firm and on the principles of “fairness, openness and
transparency”, build a management team with clear division of labor and
efficient collaboration, and promote the implementation of various mechanisms;
strengthen the connection of the head and branch offices, and establish a
unified internal audit and quality control mechanism in the head and branch offices;
integrate ZhongYin ecosystem, implement a professionalism enhancement plan and
a talent revitalization plan, and in line with market trends, further promote
the legal service specialization process, build a physical legal service
center, and improve the lawyers' ability of practice; enhance internal
cohesion, encourage practice exchanges and cooperation among partners, enhance
new development momentum, add new cooperative power, and create new competitive