Home to Tencent, Huawei and ZTE, close to 90 percent of electronic products globally are now produced in Shenzhen. In many ways the city now rivals Silicon Valley as the place from which innovation in the tech sector is emanating, with everything from R&D and design through to production of many of the world’s favourite gadgets taking place there. Surrounding this, the city is a growing centre for finance, logistics and other services.
Next week’s inaugural In-House Congress Shenzhen, which will be held on April 6, 2017 (Thursday) at Shenzhen Marriott Hotel Nanshan will bring together leading in-house lawyers, CEOs, company directors and compliance professionals from both the private and public sectors in China. Delegates will participate in workshops featuring prominent business leaders and lawyers, including those from AnJie Law Firm; Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre; Latham & Watkins; Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom; and V&T Law Firm, covering vital topics including:
- Equity Investment Related Dispute Resolutions
- Arbitration Clause Negotiation – Honing the Art of Negotiation
- US, China and UK Corporate Risk Enforcement Trends: Anti-Bribery, Economic Sanctions and Financial Enforcement
- In-House Lawyering plenary discussion: Uncovering the Relationship Between Quality, Cost and Value, and Their Continuingly Changing Relationship with External Counsel
The plenary discussion will feature James Yao, Chief Legal Officer & Company Secretary, Ping An Insurance (Group) Company of China; Daniel Shih, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Walmart China; Han Jun, Vice President, Shenzhen Lawyers Association and Partner, V&T Law Firm; and will be moderated by Ariel Ye, Partner, King & Wood Mallesons.
For more information, or to register for the inaugural Shenzhen In-House Congress, please click here.