International Manufacturing

Our international manufacturing lawyers draft 5-15 NNN Agreements every month. It is usually the initial agreement we draft for our clients that are looking to do pretty much any  deal overseas. NNN Agreements are the lowest fee agreements we do and yet for every one we include a company search that does little more

China International trade lawyers

Since the beginning of US-China trade negotiations, this blog has been relentlessly negative about relations between the two countries, which we usually describe as being in a “straight line decline.” In our October 2018 piece, China, the United States and the New Normal, we started calling the bad relations between China and the United

China lawyers
Because of this blog, our China lawyers get a fairly steady stream of China law questions from readers, mostly via emails but occasionally via blog comments or phone calls as well. If we were to conduct research on all the questions we get asked and then comprehensively answer them, we would become overwhelmed. So what

International IP lawyers and International manufacturing lawyers

With no sign of a peace breaking out any time soon on the U.S.-China trade front, an increasing number of businesses are turning their eyes toward alternative manufacturing destinations, such as Vietnam, Thailand and Mexico. Understandably, such relocations will present all sorts of new and  different headaches, but I suspect that before long

International Manufacturing Lawyers

This is part one in a new series on the legal side of having your products manufactured ex-China.

Ten years ago, our international manufacturing lawyers would frequently need to spend 10-20 minutes with clients and potential clients, justifying the benefits of having NNN Agreements and Manufacturing Agreements with Chinese manufacturers.  And then another 10-20 minutes