Daming Zhu

Associate Professor of Law
Assistant Dean for Continuing Professional Education


Education:

  • P.h.D. and LL.M., Hitotsubashi University
  • LL.B., Fudan University

E-mail: zhudaming@stl.pku.edu.cn


  • Daming Zhu is Assistant Dean for Continuing Professional Education and Associate Professor of Law at Peking University School of Transnational Law. He joined STL in 2014 from Tsinghua University, where he was an assistant professor of law. He received his LL.B. from Fudan University and his LL.M. and Ph.D. from Hitotsubashi University in Japan. He has served as a Visiting Specialist at the National Taiwan University College of Law. He is a scholar of financial law and comparative commercial law.

     

    • Chinese Commercial Legal System
    • Company Law
    • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • ACADEMIC MONOGRAPH

    1. Legal Principles and Paths for Controlling the Regulation of Shareholders, Tsinghua University Press, 2018

    2. The Essentials of Japan’s Financial Commodities Trading Law, Law Press, 2017

    3. Trust and Trust Law (Translation), Law Press, 2017

    4. The Spirit of Corporate Law (Translation), Law Press, 2016

    5. Japanese Corporation Law (Translation), Law Press, 2015

    6. Hong Kong Corporate Law, Law Press, 2015

    7. Japan Financial Instruments and Exchange Act (Translation), Law Press, 2015

    8. Research on Japanese Company Law, Macau Institute of Legal Research Press, 2013

    9. The Spirit of Japanese Corporate Law (Translation), Law Press,2013

    10. Research on Laws of Controlling Shareholders (Japanese), Japan Shinzansha Press, 2012

    ACADEMIC PAPER

    1. Classification of Resolutions of Shareholders’ Meetings: Expansion of Scope and Limitations, Yuedan Civil and Commercial Law Journal (Taiwan, China), 2018.3, Volume 3, Page 5-46.

    2. The Feasibility of the Controlling Shareholders’ Fiduciary Obligations and the Feasibility of Transplantation from the Perspective of U.S. Corporation Law, Comparative Law Journal, 2017.10, Volume 5, Page 45-58.

    3. Current Trends and Developments of Company Law in Southeast Asian Countries, Musashino Area Law (Japan), 2017.7, Volume 7, Page 31-36.

    4. Exploring the Choice of the Legislative Model of China’s Civil and Commercial Law from the Historical Evolution of Corporate Law, Journal of Nanjing University (Philosophy, Humanities, Social Sciences) (CSSCI), 2017.6, Volume 3, Page 52-59.

    5. Pursuing Responsibility Based on Shareholder Agreement “Containing the Realities of a Business Alliance Agreement, Jurist (Japan), 2017.5, Volume 88, Page 104-107.

    6. Legal Issues in the Split of Listed Companies, Law Research (Japan), 2015.12,Volume 88, Page 47-58.

    7. Structure of the Split of Companies, Tsinghua University Law Review (CSSCI), 2015.9, Volume 5, Page 21-31.

    8. Research on Legal Issues in Split of Listed Companies, Hubei Social Sciences (CSSCI), 2015.8, Volume 8, Page 48-51.

    9. Legal System of Share Exchange and Transfer in Japanese Corporation Law (Translation), Tsinghua University Law Review (CSSCI), 2015.9, Volume 5, Page 6-10.

    10. The Rules of Split of Company in Japanese Corporation Law (Translation), Tsinghua University Law Review (CSSCI), 2015.9, Volume 5, Page 11-20.

    11. Rules of Business Transfer System in Japanese Corporation Law (Translation), Tsinghua University Law Review (CSSCI), 2015.9, Volume 5, Page 34-40.

    12. Regulation of Controlling Shareholder in China, Financial Business Law Research Series (University of Tokyo), 2014.8, Volume 8, Page 1-80.

    13. Legislative Proposal of Governance of Controlling Shareholders in China (Japanese), Commercial Law Review (Japan), 2013.10, No.2011, Page 81-95.

    14. Ways of Protection of Financial Consumers in China (Japanese), Corporate Law Journal, 2013.9, No.76, Page 44-47.

    15. The Present Situation and Revolution of Company Division Legal System in China, Commercial Law Review, Volume 23, 2013.8, Page 291-303.

    16. Corporate Convention and Company Laws in Japan about Payment to Directors (Translation), Commercial Law Analects, Volume 23, 2013.8, Page 228-235.

    17. The Present Situation of the Corporate Bond Market in China (Japanese), Corporate Law Journal, 2013.7, No.74, Page 44-47.

    18. Chinese Corporate Merger and Acquisition Legal System (Japanese), Corporate Law Journal, 2013.5, No.72, Page 44-47.

    19. Corporate Governance Structure in Chinese Corporate Law (Japanese), Corporate Law Journal, 3, No.70, Page 42-47.

    20. The Creation and Evolution of Second-board Market in Security Market of  China (Japanese), Corporate Law Journal , 2013.1, No.68, Page 44-47.

    21. The current status and reform of classification of Business Corporations in China (Japanese), Toyo University of Law Review, 2013.1,Volume 56, No.2, Page 227-235.

    22. Special Stock System in Japanese Law, Changan Financial Law Journal, Volume 3, 2012.10, Page426-435.

    23. The Research of Japanese Parent-Subsidiary Relationship Legal Development, Commercial Law Analects, Volume 21, 2012.6, Page 307-317.

    24. Governance of Listed Companies in Japan (Translation), Tsinghua Law Journal, 2012.5, No.33, Page 167-176.

    25. The Employee Supervisors System in Chinese Corporate Law (Translation in Japanese), Supervisor (Japan), 2011,9 , No. 588, Page 24-33.

    26. Comments of the Operation of the Chinese Independent Director System (Translation in Japanese), Supervisor (Japan), 2011.8, No. 587, Page 53-63.

    27. Comments on the Issues about Company’s Behaviors of Issuing a Large Number of Shares and Remaining Existing Shareholders’Voting Rights from The Point of View of Japanese Law  (Second author), Commercial Law Analects,Volume 18&19, 2011.3, Page 23-29.

    28. Comments On the Types of Stocks in Japanese Corporate Finance and Risk (Second author), Commercial Law Analects, Volume 18&19, 2011.3, Page 445-449.

    29. ■ The Defect Litigation of China’s Shareholder Conference Resolutions – Compared with Japanese Companies Wears (Japanese) (I), Supervisor (Japan), 2011.2, No. 580, Page 48-56.

    ■ The Defect Litigation of China’s Shareholder Conference Resolutions – Compared with Japanese Companies Wears (Japanese) (II), Supervisor (Japan), 2011.3, No. 581, Page 58-57.

    ■ The Defect Litigation of China’s Shareholder Conference Resolutions – Compared with Japanese Companies Wears (Japanese) (III), Supervisor (Japan), 2011.4, No. 582, Page 54-61.

    30.「Kotaro Shida」 and the development of Chinese Commercial Law: the original exchange between Japan Commercial Law and Chinese Commercial Law (Japanese), Hitotsubashi journal of social sciences (Japan), 2010.10, Volume 35 No.3, (No. 168), Page 17-28.

    31. ■Shareholder’s derivative action and pursuing liabilities of controlling shareholders in China (Japanese) (I), Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law (Japan), 2010.7, Volume 38, 7 (No.577), Page 964-968.

    ■Shareholder’s derivative action and pursuing liabilities of controlling shareholders in China (Japanese)  (II),Journal of the Japanese Institute of International Business Law (Japan), 2010.8, Volume 38 ,No. 8 (No.578), Page 1115-1123.

    32. The Research of Japanese Parent-Subsidiary Relationship, The Taiwan Law Review (China Taiwan), 2010.6, No. 23, Page 135-150.

    33. A study of a mandate agreement between directors and the corporation in Japan (Japanese), Hitotsubashi journal of social sciences (Japan), 2010.4, Volume 35, No. 1, Page 63-73.

    34. Sovereign Wealth Fund of Japan with A Hostile Takeover Defense Policy (Translation), The Taiwan Law Review (China Taiwan), 2009.12, No.17, Page 19-36.

    35. ■ Shareholder Representative Litigation of Chinese Corporate Law – Compared with Japanese Corporate Law (Japanese), (Co-author, first author), (I) Supervisor (Japan), 2009.11, No.563, Page 54-61.

    ■ Shareholder Representative Litigation of Chinese Corporate Law – Compared with Japanese Corporate Law (Japanese), (Co-author, first author), (II) Supervisor (Japan), 2010.12, No.564, Page 54-61.

    ■ Shareholder Representative Litigation of Chinese Corporate Law – Compared with Japanese Corporate Law (Japanese), (Co-author, first author), (III) Supervisor (Japan), 2010.1, No.565, Page 54-61.

    ■ Shareholder Representative Litigation of Chinese Corporate Law – Compared with Japanese Corporate Law (Japanese), (Co-author, first author), (IV) Supervisor (Japan), 2010.2, No.567, Page 74-80.

    ■ Shareholder Representative Litigation of Chinese Corporate Law – Compared with Japanese Corporate Law (Japanese), (Co-author, first author), (V) Supervisor (Japan), 2010.3, No.568, Page 77-83.

    36. M & A Hostile Takeover Tactics and Methods of Japanese Corporate Law (Translation), Commercial Law Analects, Volume 16, 2009.8, Page 145-180.

  • Professor Zhu Moderates Technology Finance Forum at STL

    Professor Zhu Awarded Peking University Prize for Excellence in Humanities and Social Sciences Research

    Chinese-Foreign Commercial Law Forum Led by Professor Zhu Daming Held at STL

    Professor Zhu Publishes New Translation on Japanese Corporate Law

    Professor Zhu Invited Scholar at 5th Annual Meeting on Sino-Japanese Company Law

    China Commercial Law Society Appoints Professor Zhu as Director

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