With its continued focus on cybersecurity, the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission (SFC) recently issued a circular to all its licensed corporations (LCs) identifying key areas of concern and suggesting cybersecurity controls.
Our China lawyers often get appreciative emails from non-lawyers saying our blog has helped them do x, y or z on their own.
Understanding the payments regulatory environment in China—both the existing regime and pending developments—is essential for companies engaged in cross-border payments activities (particularly non-financial institutions).
Following in the footsteps of our recent post Forming a China WFOE: Ten Things To Consider, I present to you: China Employment Contracts: Ten Things to Consider.
I meet a lot of foreigners skipping through China on business.
By popular demand (one email to one of our China lawyers) we are reprising our “Ten Things To Consider” series, starting anew with forming a China WFOE.
Because this blog is more than ten years old, there is hardly a China business or law situation of which we have not written at least once.
China, Indiegogo, Kickstarter, IoT, Marshall Goldsmith, and Suing Your Lawyers and Sourcing Agents Because It is Getting Really Really Bad Out There
One of our internet of things hardware clients recently told me how none of what he has learned about the need to protect his intellectual property from China had ever been even hinted at in any of the many IoT seminars he had attended nor in the Indiegogo Hardware Handbook he had “religiously consulted” before he did his first IoT product.
In recent years, the business community in China has been abuzz with talk of various market access “negative lists” — lists of exceptions to what would otherwise be open market access.
Highlights On Antitrust Guidelines for Automotive Industry — Overview and Frequently Asked Questions
On March 23rd, 2016, after several rounds of internal inquiries, Antitrust Guidelines for Automotive Industry (Draft for Comments) (hereinafter the “Consultation Draft”), drafted by the National Development and Reform Commission (“NDRC”) together with relevant authorities under the authorization by the State Council Anti-Monopoly Commission, was open for public comments.