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.

GGI World Conference – Dealing with China: What to Expect in the Next Five Years

Next month, Harris Bricken attorney Jonathan Bench will host a workshop during GGI’s 25th-anniversary conference in Montréal, Canada. He will share his legal expertise in the latest developments surrounding doing business in and with China for the next five years as the 20th National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party is convened. This is a

International Trade Conference

2022 International Trade and Business Development Conference

Join several hundred business owners and leaders, government officials, entrepreneurs, and experts in the field of technology, convenience, and sustainability to help you grow your business and expand to other markets. Participants are coming from throughout the United States, Canada, Philippines, Mexico, and possibly other countries. The conference will focus on international trade and investments,

Gary O'Sullivan

Global Law and Business Podcast – Gary O’Sullivan (Ireland)

In Episode #100, we are joined by Gary O’Sullivan, Irish lawyer and partner at SOS Legal LLP. We discuss: -- Gary’s travels through Latin America -- Why Ireland is experiencing an inflow of people, after historically being a country of emigrants -- The strong Chinese flavor of Ireland’s immigrant investor program -- Why Ireland is attractive for companies looking for an European Union entry point -- Issues of concern for the Irish