Fan Bing Bing’s International Business Lesson, Part 2
Like pretty much everyone on this planet I’m a Fan Bing Bing fan. That partially explains why this is my second post on her. But really, more than anything, I view her situation as salubrious for those who conduct business internationally. Read More
Ten Ways to Calculate Your China Legal Risks: Do You Feel Lucky?
As China governmental power continues to expand and continues to get more concerned about its slowing economy and how it is viewed by its citizens, it continues to get tough on foreign businesses. This makes now a good time for foreign companies doing business in China or with China to determine their China risks. Read More
Fan Bing Bing’s International Business Lesson
The simple and obvious bottom line here is that if you are going to be doing business in a foreign country it pays to do so legally. Read More
Selling and Licensing and Distributing Products and Services into China: It’s ALL Good
Many foreign companies that manufacture in China are feeling pain these days, but foreign companies that sell in China or sell into China are thriving, perhaps like never before. Read More
I’ve Lost my IP and NOW I Need Some “Quick” Advice
It is a truism to say that much is in flux with China these days. It is another truism to say that flux increases risk. But both of these things are true and those who do not act accordingly are going to suffer. Read More
China Licensing Deals: Is This a New Scam?
Don’t be a big sucker for a terrible China licensing agreement. Read More
China Contracts and How to Send Your Initial Draft to your China Counter-party
It is usually best for you to send this contract to the Chinese side as an already signed PDF. You achieve two goals by doing it this way. Read More
China Trademark Theft. It’s Baaaaaack in a Big Way
Starting about a year or so ago, our China trademark lawyers started getting a ton of China trademark theft calls and the number of those calls has been accelerating ever since. Read More
China Contracts: Good and Bad
Here are three ultra-basic and nearly universally required terms to look at when a China lawyer evaluates whether a contract will work for China or not. Read More
The China-US Trade War. It’s All Good Inside China!
Why is this happening and how long will it continue and what should you as an American company doing business in China or seeking to do business in China do? Read More