China 2013: Legal, Political, and Business Outlook for 2013 and Beyond
This year is an interesting year in China given the leadership transition taking place throughout 2013. The leadership changes and policy implications have had a profound impact foreign business in China, and this program will review the ongoing development of the rule of law in China and provide a discussion on the likely trends for foreign investors doing business in China. The program will address recent developments with respect to a number of China’s laws and regulations affecting foreign investment approvals and restrictions, anti-monopoly and competition law, labor/employment law, taxation and customs, development of the judiciary and impact on foreign investors, and restraints on the internet and free speech. The program will further address a number of key trends affecting foreign business with respect to criminal and civil enforcement of China’s anti-bribery laws, state secrets laws, and privacy rules.
October 24, 2013
4:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Networking Happy Hour
Sheppard Mullin Chicago
70 West Madison Street
Chicago, IL 60602
This interactive seminar will host a number of speakers from Sheppard Mullin’s China Practice, including:
- Brian Arbetter, Partner, Chicago
- James Zimmerman, Partner, Beijing
- Qianrong (Sharon) Xu, Special Counsel, Beijing
Illinois CLE credit is pending approval.