- Doing Business In China - FCIB's Executive Development Webinar Series
- 05/09/2012 - 05/10/2012 09:00am EST - 10:00am EST
Date: May 9-10, 2012
Time: 09: 00am EST – What time is this for me?
Webinar at a Glance
China's economic growth, fueled by their massive manufacturing output as well as their aggressive exporting, has made them a hot destination for international businesses.
But China has proven to be a minefield for uninformed business people. In this two-day informative webinar, learn expert-led best practices and inside methods to more effectively conduct business in this BRIC nation leader.
Join us as we address:
• Country Overview & Business Trends
• Introduction to Legal Landscape
• Due Diligence on Chinese Business Partners
• Legal Process Differences in China & Misconceptions
• Collection Proceedings
• Creating Strategic Advantage Against Debtor – what is needed to prove in court
• Enforcing Contracts in China
• Security Devices – letters of credit & third party guarantees
• Alternate Options for Legal Action
• Helpful Tips & "Watch-outs!"
Partner – Jun He Law Offices
Mr. John Du is a partner of Jun He Law Offices. Mr. Du joined Jun He in 2001 and practices in New York where he focuses on US-China cross-border transactions, direct foreign investment in China, US business and corporate law, and commercial litigation.
Mr. Du has represented both Chinese companies involving with business in the US as well as US companies involved with business in China. Mr. Du has participated in complex project financing involving China and international financial institutions and has provided legal advice for Chinese loan facilities applying New York law. He has also represented a number of US-based, global multinational companies in their investment and in the re-organization of their operations in China.
Mr. Du has extensive experience in representing high-tech companies in venture capital financing and in the protection of intellectual property. He has also successfully represented trading companies in trade litigations in both federal and state courts in New York .
Prior to joining Jun He in December 2001, Mr. Du engaged in a solo practice in Midtown Manhattan and counseled corporate and individual clients in the areas of corporate structure, business financing and protection of intellectual property.
Mr. Du started his legal career in 1994 as a law clerk for a New York-based, medium-size law firm specialized in entertainment law and commercial transactions. He worked full-time throughout the year and went to law school in the evening. He accumulated valuable hands-on experience in the areas of corporate organization and re-organization, copyright and trademark, as well as commercial litigation.
BA in English, Beijing Institute of International Relations, 1988
MBA, Baruch College, City University of New York, 1994
JD, New York Law School, 1998
Member, New York and New Jersey State Bar Associations
Member, American Bar Association
Fluent in English and Mandarin
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Registration Fees Include:
- One telephone and web connection at one physical location
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Registration fees, less a $50 processing fee will be refunded for written cancellations received 7 days before the program start date. No refunds for cancellations within 7 days of the program start date. Substitutions are permitted.
Certificate of Attendance
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*All additional participants must be received before the start of the webinar to receive the Certificate.
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This webinar accounts for 1/2 Participation and 2 Education Point toward ICCE accreditation/recertification.
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