Topic: China

JD Supra On Antitrust: Price-Fixing, Cooperation Agreements, Joint Operating Agreements, and More

Here’s a roundup of recent analysis and commentary on JD Supra, covering a broad range of anti-competition matters, including “most-favored nation” clauses, allocation of customers, attempted monopolization and more: DOJ/FTC Ask if MFNs Are Anti-Competitive, and Get an Earful (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP): “The United States antitrust enforcement agencies — Department of… Read more »

Doing Business in Hong Kong: A JD Supra Legal Reader

For your reference, a roundup of recent legal advisories on a broad range of issues facing companies doing business in and with Hong Kong: Legal and Regulatory Issues in Hong Kong PIPE Transactions (Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP): “Private investment in public equity (or PIPE) transactions are an increasingly common source of funding… Read more »

Doing Business in China: A JD Supra Legal Reader

For your convenience, here’s a roundup of recent legal commentary and analysis on a broad range of issues facing companies doing business in and with China: Life Sciences Health Industry China Briefing – June 2012 (Reed Smith): “China’s new patent regulations allowing the government to force drug companies to grant compulsory licenses for generic versions… Read more »

Doing Business in China: A JD Supra Legal Reader

For your reference, a roundup of recent legal commentary and analysis on issues related to doing business in and with China: China 20/20: Legal & Regulatory Developments (Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP): “On May 7, 2012, the Ministry of Commerce (“MOFCOM”) issued the Notice on Improving the Filing Administration of Foreign Invested Venture Capital Enterprises… Read more »

Most Popular Corporate Law Posts – May 2012

What are the issues that interest you the most? HIPAA compliance, human trafficking, and the JOBS Act, among other things. For your reference, here’s a look at the most-read Corporate Law Report posts during the month of May, 2012: 1. California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Takes Effect January 1, 2012 “The California Transparency in… Read more »

Doing Business in China: a JD Supra Legal Reader

For your convenience, recent legal advisories on a broad range of corporate issues related to doing business in and with China: China’s Anti-Monopoly Law Makes it Easier to Sue in Cases of Anti-Competitive Conduct (McDermott Will & Emery) “Recently, the Supreme People’s Court of China issued final rules to build a working framework for civil… Read more »

China Law Roundup: Criminal Procedure, FCPA, Banking Fee Investigation, CIETAC Arbitration Rules, Drug Safety, & More

For your reference, a roundup of recent Chinese legal news and developments of interest to multinationals active in the country: China’s Parliament Adopts Revision to Criminal Procedure Law (Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP) “On March 14, 2012, the fifth session of the National People’s Congress adopted the latest revision to China’s Criminal Procedure Law… Read more »

China Law Roundup: Trade Matters, Merger Review, Anti-Monopoly Law, Data Privacy, & More

For your reference, a roundup of recent China-focused advisories from leading global law firms, covering a broad range of corporate issues: China Loses Raw Materials Case In World Trade Organization’s Appellate Body; Possible Implications For China’s Rare Earth Metals Quotas (King & Spalding) “The World Trade Organization (‘WTO’) Appellate Body found that China’s export restrictions… Read more »

International Law: India Supreme Court Ruling, Data Privacy in China, Russia Update, & More

For your reference, here’s a roundup of recent legal developments affecting US corporations and financial institutions doing business around the globe: Supreme Court of India’s Vodafone Judgment: Implications for International Investors (White & Case LLP) “On January 20, 2012, the Supreme Court of India delivered a landmark judgment in Vodafone International B.V. v. Union of… Read more »

Anti-Bribery: Prosecutorial Misconduct, Private Suits, IRS Enforcement, China, Mexico, and Other Updates

For your reference, a roundup of recent law firm commentary touching upon some of the issues central to the ongoing, global fight against bribery and corruption: DOJ’s FCPA Trial Record (Michael Volkov) “The O’Shea case was an unfortunate result. The judge was no friend of DOJ. He has a reputation as an anti-government judge, and… Read more »

Corruption in China: Words of Caution for U.S. Companies

“If your company operates in China, I have one piece of ‘free’ advice,” writes white-collar crime and compliance lawyer Mike Volkov, “conduct an anti-corruption audit and do it now.”  “Almost one-third of the FCPA criminal cases involve bribery in China… Bribery is built into the Chinese economy. It is a remnant of the communist system… Read more »

China Law Roundup: Foreign Investment, U.S. Listings, MOFCOM, IP, and more

“Some companies believe that by being listed abroad, they do not benefit from brand awareness, and thus their shares suffer from low trading volume and low p/e multiples. Evidence suggests that these companies’ shares typically trade at a significant discount compared to their peer companies listed on the Chinese and Hong Kong stock exchanges. In… Read more »

Around The World In 8 Updates: Legal Guides to Doing Business Abroad

For your reading interest, eight articles on establishing and doing business in different jurisdictions across the globe. A trip around the world, if you will, in legal commentary and analysis: Albania “As employers increasingly look to expand their global reach, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe continue to provide attractive opportunities for entrepreneurs. Effectively… Read more »

Trade Secrets, IP Protection, TianRui, and the ITC: It’s a Small(er) World, After All

“Overseas manufacturers have long known that their products manufactured abroad can be excluded from importation into the U.S. if they infringe U.S. patents, trademarks or copyrights. But a new decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has expanded the list of acts that can result in the exclusion of articles from… Read more »