China entertainment lawyer

Our lead China entertainment attorney, Mathew Alderson (who Variety Magazine named as one of the 50 most influential entertainment lawyers) will be speaking on a panel at the Westin St. Francis, San Francisco, on June 28. The panel is entitled “The Impact of Regulatory Changes on China’s Entertainment Sector: Trends and Challenges.” Mathew’s

Who pays for the Trump tariffs?

On May 5, President Trump tweeted that he would be raising tariffs to 25% on $200 billion worth of Chinese products and that he would eventually impose this same tariff rate on pretty much all products from China. Since then, the media has been all over the map on who will be paying for these

China Spain international lawyers

With all that is going on with China’s economy and with its trade discussions with the United States and with US tariffs and with the EU’s mounting frustration with China, our China lawyers are finding themselves more often engaged in “big picture” discussions with our clients than ever before.  We are constantly getting hit with

It has been a tough year, what with the US-China trade war and all and with all that has been happening with China and Canada and China and the EU. Most of our law firm’s clients are looking at China in a new light and many have moved some or all of their business elsewhere.

Chine employment law webinar

Our law firm’s lead China employment lawyer, Grace Yang, will be leading a 90 minute webinar on what HR departments need to know about China employment law. Spoiler alert: It’s a lot.

Way back in September, 2008, we wrote a post on what was then China’s new employment law regulations: China’s Brand New Labor Law