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Judicial Reform In China And Its Impact On Foreign Investment

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By: Steve Dickinson The PRC State Council Information Office just published  a White Paper on Judicial Reform in China. The purpose of the White Paper is to provide a snapshot view of the progress of legal reform in China over the past ten years. Readers who are interested in the current state of the Chinese… Continue Reading

China OEM Agreements. Why Ours Are In Chinese. Flat Out.

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Had a nice conversation with a potential client last week. Company has a great new product it wants made in China. Like many companies starting out in China, this one is in the process of shopping for its China lawyers and my firm was one of four suggested to it by its regular corporate counsel…. Continue Reading

NEWS FLASH — Mongolian Law Firm Clones Famous China Lawyer

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He graduated college summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in Chinese Language and Literature from one of America’s leading universities in that arena.  He graduated from a leading American law school with honors, where he was the law journal’s Articles Editor.  He has published law articles in English and in German… Continue Reading

Symposium On China’s Draft Bankruptcy Law And Distressed Assets Market

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The China Institute is putting on a timely symposium on China’s new bankruptcy laws, set to become effective on June 1, 2007 (h/t to Asia Business Intelligence, a consistently good source on New York City China events).  The Symposium [link no longer exists] will take place on September 14, 2006, at the China Institute, in… Continue Reading