China education lawyer

The Evolutionary Arc of China’s Private School Law

Whenever an impactful revised law is issued in China, our lawyers see two things happen: panic by those now caught operating illegally, or dismissal by those motivated to make all things China seem rosy. Recently, there has been much concern and buzz around the latest revision to China’s laws on the Implementation of the Private

FREE Webinar Series - U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors

U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors – Webinar Replay

For anyone who was not able to join our webinar, U.S. Real Estate for Overseas Investors, we’ve got you covered! Below, please find the full presentation for your viewing pleasure. You can download the transcript HERE. Don’t forget to register for the remaining two webinars in this series:   Urban Real Estate Development for Overseas

Global Law and Business Podcast – Azhelle Wade (Toys)

Global Law and Business Podcast – Azhelle Wade (Toys)

Listen HERE or stream on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, or Soundcloud! At Harris Bricken, we keep close tabs on what is happening around the world, and we know that our friends and clients do, as well. We are happy to provide this podcast series: Global Law and Business, hosted by international attorneys Fred Rocafort and Jonathan Bench, where we look at the

China manufacturing litigation

How to Handle China’s Rising Risks

Way back in 2012, I wrote an article for the Wall Street Journal, entitled, China’s Slowdown and American Business: Hardly a week goes by without complaints about payment problems or bankrupt debtors. I wrote a similar article for Forbes Magazine in 2014, entitled, How Businesses Should Deal With China’s Economic Slowdown. I summed up that

International IP Protection

WHEN to Start Protecting Your IP Internationally

A client of ours sent me a 2015 article by Case Engelen (a leading international electronic designer) the other day, entitled Kickstarter Prototype to Production: $100K is not Enough, and asked whether I agreed with it. I most certainly do. The article provides a list of compelling reasons why getting an electronics product manufactured in