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Requiem for Hong Kong

A few weeks ago, in Hong Kong’s Saddest Day, we echoed legislator Tanya Chan’s sentiment after China’s rubber-stamp National People’s Congress announced it would enact national security legislation for the city.  As sad as that fateful May 21 was, we warned “the days ahead could be much sadder” for Hong Kong. Unfortunately, that prediction has

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Free China Employment Law Webinar on Tuesday: What Your Company Needs to Know

REGISTER HERE for this FREE webinar! A recording of this webinar will be made available to all registrants, so make sure you register today!  China’s employment laws have always been complicated and highly local. But with the coronavirus, they have become even more local and even more complicated. Foreign companies with employees in China face China employment

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China: Should I Stay or Should I Go? A Free Webinar on Friday, June 26

Register HERE today! Whether to stay in China or exit China is a big question for many companies. This decision is driven by many considerations that vary depending on each company’s specific situation. There are though common questions companies should be posing in formulating their China plans: what legal, business, political, and moral issues should

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June 10 WEBINAR – China: Should I Stay, or Should I Go?

Register HERE today! A company’s decision on whether to remain or leave China is driven by many considerations. This decision should be a business decision, tempered by legal considerations, of which there are many. Join international business attorney Dan Harris and Pacific Enterprise Capital International’s founder and managing director Michael Sacharski as they examine this

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Hong Kong’s Saddest Day

Whatever the Chinese Communist Party waxworks expected after the Hong Kong handover, the massive July 1, 2003 protest against proposed “national security” legislation was surely a warning about the limits of Hongkongers’ tolerance of authoritarian rule. The proposed legislation was the Hong Kong government’s response to Article 23 of its Basic Law, which requires the

An FAQ on China PPE

Last week, Fred Rocafort (one of our international trade lawyers), Dan Pak (a VP of Procurement at a large East Coast hospital chain) and I put on a 90+ minute webinar on navigating PPE purchases from China. Based on the feedback we have received and the fact that a number of webinar companies have asked

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Global Law and Business Podcast Dr. José Raúl Perales (Puerto Rico)

Listen above or stream on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Amazon Music, or Stitcher! The large-scale shift to telework brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic is prompting businesses around the world to explore new avenues to engage with clients and friends. Harris Bricken is no exception, and we are proud to announce our new podcast series: Global

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WEBINAR TODAY: Navigating PPE Purchases from China

REGISTER HERE! This webinar is TODAY, but it is NOT too late for you to sign up and attend . We start at 8:30 PT/11:30 ET so come join us as we discuss how to navigate the buying of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from China. If you — like so many others — are looking

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Navigating the PPE Minefield: Webinar TOMORROW

REGISTER HERE! We will be putting on a webinar tomorrow on how to navigate the buying of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from China. If you — like so many others — are looking to secure PPE for any reason, this webinar is for you. As first responders struggle to meet the daunting challenge of COVID-19,