The China Law Blog focuses on the practical aspects of Chinese law and how it impacts foreign companies that do business in or with China. The goal is to help readers understand what works and what does not work and what businesspeople can do to use the law to their advantage. China Law Blog’s aim is to assist businesses already in China or planning to go into China, not to break new ground in legal theory or policy.

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Prohibited Party Screening and the Hidden Dangers in China Business Transactions

By Tom McVey & Ngosong Fonkem*  If your company is doing business with a Chinese company, it is essential to be aware of the risks associated with prohibited parties under U.S. export control and sanctions laws. The United States has strict regulations prohibiting U.S. companies from engaging with certain foreign individuals and entities. These include

New Webinar | International Arbitration: Regional Trends and Tactics

REGISTER HERE Cross-border transactions are becoming increasingly complex and frequent, and companies are exploring arbitration as a viable dispute resolution option. In this informative webinar, you’ll hear from a panel of experienced attorneys: Jihee Ahn (United States), Arthur Chiu (China), and César Garcia de Quevedo (Spain), moderated by China Law Blog’s Dan Harris. They will

Webinar Replay: Moving Your Manufacturing from China to Mexico

On February 23, Dan Harris (Harris Bricken) and Andrew Hupert hosted a webinar to discuss the practical aspects of moving your manufacturing to Mexico from China, the various ways to start with Mexican manufacturing, and how to successfully manufacture there. For anyone who missed this event, we’ve embedded a link to the replay below. We


FREE WEBINAR on March 21: Conflict, Collaboration, and Competition in US-China Relations

Join Harris Bricken attorney Jonathan Bench and Darkhorse Global Founder John Lash, on Tuesday March 21 @ 1130am PST / 230pm EST for a conversation on globalization: a new national security challenge, where we’ll discuss the future of conflict, collaboration, and competition in US-China relations. REGISTER HERE Globalization: A New National Security Challenge Globalization in

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China Manufacturing and Robots

Most companies that have their products made in China do so because because labor is cheaper in China than in the US and Europe, and labor is a significant portion of the production cost. But over the past several years, wages have been steadily rising in China, making Chinese factories progressively less competitive on labor

The Future of the US-China Relationship in Business, Sciences, and Technology

Register Here This year’s Chinese Association for Science and Technology in Utah (“CAST-UT”) Conference will be on Dec 10, 2022, from 2:00 PM to 8:30 PM at the Guest House of the University of Utah. The Chinese Association for Science and Technology in Utah was founded in 1996 as a non-profit organization dedicated to serving

Harris Bricken Attorney Jonathan Bench to Speak at HLB Conference

Harris Bricken attorney Jonathan Bench will be attending the HLB North American Advisory, Tax & Audit Conference next month in San Diego. He will be joined by Mike Criddle, Tax Partner at Eide Bailly LLP, to host two informative panel discussions. The first panel, titled “When to Call the Lawyer: Legal Structuring and Litigation Support