company, was also named Best China Deal and Best Cross-Border M&A Deal at FinanceAsia s 2013 Achievement Awards and Outbound M&A Deal of the Year by China Business Law Journal.
What does BLJ stand for?
BLJ stands for Business Law Journal (various locations)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 6 other meanings of BLJ in our Acronym Attic
- Baseline Iteration Zero
- Building, Lending, Investments and Technology Zones (community development initiative; Fifth Third Bank)
- Backwards Long Jump (Super Mario 64)
- Bad Love Junkie (singer/songwriter)
- Bataljon Limburgse Jagers (Dutch Army Platoon)
- Bene-Luxe Jewels (Dutch jeweler)
- BlackRock New Jersey Municipal Bond Trust (stock symbol; Wilmington, DE)
- Bons Loisirs Jeunes (French: Youth Recreation Bonds)
- Brown Lloyd James (public relations firm)
- Bumper Lift Jack (automotive)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fenwick's representation of Spreadtrum in its acquisition was awarded 2013 "Deal of the Year" by China Business Law Journal.
This article was adapted from an article published in the Fall 2008 issue of the New York State Bar Association Business Law Journal.
and Knoepfle, Terry W, "Limited Liability Company Interests as Securities: A Proposed Framework for Analysis," American Business Law Journal, Summer 1996, pp.
Readers enjoy 10 issues of India Business Law Journal a year, delivered directly to their desks.
Mindcrest has been consistently recognized as a leader in legal process outsourcing by Frost and Sullivan, The Black Book of Outsourcing, International Association for Outsourcing Professionals and India Business Law Journal.
Last year was a significant year for the India Group, with DLA Piper ranked as the number one international law firm in India by Mergermarket (M&A report for 2013), as well as winning three Deal of the Year Awards 2013 from the India Business Law Journal.
Internal Whistleblowing: Protecting the Interests of the Employee, the Organization, and Society," American Business Law Journal 29, 267-308.