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Long-Arm Justice: Some unexpected risks of doing international business
With increasing financial sanctions imposed on Chinese companies by the US government in recent years, the practice of long-arm justice is ever more relevant for international business. In this article, we will discuss long-arm justice in the US once we have looked at a brief introduction to similar practices historically in China and international institutions like the UN.
JV Compliance Issues during the Transition Period under the new FIL
On 1 January 2020, the Foreign Investment Law of the People’s Republic of China came into force ...
Covering Ears to Steal Bells: Ignoring insolvency at risk of liquidation
The closest Chinese equivalent to the English idiom of ‘sticking one’s head in the sand’ is ‘covering one’s ears to steal bells’ ...
The Impact of China’s New Foreign Investment Law
This article intends to introduce the development of the legal framework governing foreign investments in the PRC and to interpret the potential impact of promulgation and enforcement of the Foreign Investment Law from the practical perspective.
Fund management in Luxembourg: What managers (especially in Asia) need to know
By Charlotte Chen, and Xavier LeSourne of Elvinger Hoss Prussen.
China (PRC) Related News
Long-Arm Justice: Some unexpected risks of doing international business
With increasing financial sanctions imposed on Chinese companies by the US government in recent years, the practice of long-arm justice is ever more relevant for international business. In this article, we will discuss long-arm justice in the US once we have looked at a brief introduction to similar practices historically in China and international institutions like the UN.
Cross-border transfer of personal financial information in China
Jingtian & Gongcheng partners Yuan Lizhi, Hu Ke and associate Wang Beining take us through the details of the regulatory framework ...
Jiang Fengwen
Before joining the AI legal solutions provider docQbot, Jiang Fengwen was a groundbreaking General Counsel ...
Covering Ears to Steal Bells: Ignoring insolvency at risk of liquidation
The closest Chinese equivalent to the English idiom of ‘sticking one’s head in the sand’ is ‘covering one’s ears to steal bells’ ...
Shifting landscape of international arbitration in China
In China, amateurs may regard a city-named arbitration institution as the one only handling local arbitration cases. It is not, as a matter of fact ...
Service innovations to meet the pandemic challenge
How to provide effective services while keeping the outbreak under control is an unprecedented challenge ...
Fund management in Luxembourg: What managers (especially in Asia) need to know
By Charlotte Chen, and Xavier LeSourne of Elvinger Hoss Prussen.
Webcast: Employment Law Update: Covid recovery planning and future workplace planning for Asia employers
On 23rd July 2020, the In-House Community partnered with Seyfarth*, for an exclusive and timely webinar addressing Covid-19 recovery planning and future workplace planning for Asia employers ...
Compliance of import and export of epidemic prevention supplies
Currently, epidemic prevention supplies have special uses and significant importance, not only for the smooth development of economic activities ...
Antitrust Enforcement Review 2019: Monopoly investigations
China’s competition authority has acquired the competence and courage to investigate some of the most complicated and new types of monopoly behaviours ...
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