As China inexorably continues increasing its restrictions on hiring personnel via third party employment agencies (sometimes referred to as FESCO companies or as staffing agencies), our China lawyers are more and more often being tasked with helping our clients move their personnel from the third party hiring company to a newly formed (0r even existing) WFOE.
One of our China lawyers got an email the other day from an American company that just learned it is in trouble here in the United States (yes, I am being deliberately vague here) stemming from having imported and sold a whole slew of electronics products that are listed as UL certified, but are not.
In February 2014, the China Food and Drug Administration released Trial Procedures for the Special Examination of Innovative Medical Devices (Special Procedures).
Every so often one of our China lawyers will get an email from someone who essentially challenges us to tell them why they should hire us.
I spoke last year at a doing business in China conference where the keynote speaker stressed the need for companies doing business with China to adjust their China business plans to China’s Five-Year Plan.
China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission Further Strengthening Its Scrutiny Over Irregularities in the Healthcare Industry
China’s National Health and Family Planning Commission(” NHFPC “) has recently stepped up its efforts to strengthen the administration of healthcare industry with a serial of regulations and actions, with a focus to crack down on and actions, with a focus to crack down on commercial bribery and illegal medical practice.
The title is stolen from the Warren Buffett line, “You can’t make a good deal with a bad guy, regardless of any piece of paper. And it is so true.
So before anyone accuses me of being angry, petty and spoiled, let me flat out say that I cop to all of those things.
I love baseball and basketball and I like football. What I most like about football is that any idiot (myself included) can on Monday morning blame such and such loss on such and such coaching shortcoming.