Drafting a fair, complete and legally valid divorce agreement is an essential part of any Chinese divorce. Don't be fooled, this document holds enormous legal weight and mistakes can land you in a world of trouble.
Don't sign anything until you read this article!
We are delighted to announce the launch of a new practice group: China Reshore Consulting. Comprised of core group of four business law professionals, this leading-edge team is forging the way in a new area of Chinese legal practice. Uniquely focused on assisting foreign companies reshore or reorganize their China operations, our team aims to fill a serious gap in the legal marketplace. With the continued rise of labor costs in Mainland China and new opportunities both in Asia and in the West, foreign-owned companies are increasingly looking beyond China in managing their worldwide operations.
China Reshore strives to help companies capitalize on new opportunities for growth and enhanced efficiencies while minimizing the inherent risks associated with a relocation or reorganization. Lead by Chinese business lawyers, international law experts, IP and patent consultants and certified accountants, the China Reshore team brings forth a unified group of professionals dedicated to assuring the success of any China-related reshore or reorganization.
We look forward to serving you and welcome your questions or comments.
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An NDA is one of the most important documents in any business relationship. Information not only has value, but is the key to keeping your competitive edge. NDAs are a low-cost and very effective way of keeping your sensitive information secure and punishing those who don't stick to the rules. Read on to learn more about this simple but effective tool.
Referring a commercial dispute to the arbitration a pretty involved process, but this short guide will help you grasp the basics of it all. The Shanghai International Arbitration Center (SHIAC) is Shanghai's premier venue for foreign-related arbitral cases and provides an invaluable service to the international business community. Keep reading to learn how arbitration in Shanghai might give you the edge you need in solving your China-related disputes.
Flora Huang is a leading Chinese lawyer specializing in corporate and commercial law, international family law and reshoring. A pioneer in many aspects of transnational legal practice, Flora has served as a China legal commentator in both local and international media and acted as expert witness in countless international legal proceedings.
Fluent in English and familiar with most major legal systems, Ms. Huang has built-up an enviable network of contacts around the world to ensure that business decisions, litigation, and transactions are informed by up-to-date advice from experienced practitioners wherever the client is or wants to be.
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