China Law Blog founders Dan Harris and Steve Dickinson have spent years advising foreign firms battling China’s legal system. Now the tide has turned and they have Chinese clients wondering why the practices that work in China are causing headaches in the U.S.
The Foreign Correspondents’ Club speakers committee is pleased to welcome you to a talk that explores the ongoing hazards of investing in China, as well as the challenges for the new kids on the block – the Chinese firms that are struggling to make their investments work in the West.
DATE: Wednesday, January 12
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Liangmahe Nanlu 4
荷兰王国驻华大 使馆 – 北京, 亮马河 南路4号, Phone: 010 85320200
ENTRY: Free for members, 50 yuan at the door for non-members.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS:
Dan Harris and Steve Dickinson founded the China Law Blog in 2006 to share knowledge and experience of small and medium sized enterprises doing business in China, a specialty of their firm, Harris Moure Pllc. Harris, an Michigan native and graduate of Indiana University School of Law, lives in Seattle. Dickinson, a Chinese language major and graduate of the University of Washington, lives in Qingdao. They promise to avoid legal jargon and namby-pamby language.