Conducting business in China can bring great reward, but also great risk. If something goes wrong, with a supplier, a client, or an employee, the options for recourse are murky. Should you litigate in China, where courts are less than transparent? Sue in the US, and then try to enforce the judgment against an absent defendant? Or avoid both with mediation or arbitration? And then there's the US regulations that apply even to business operations and their agents outside China, such as the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
On October 4, I'll be speaking on a panel addressing all of these legal concerns and more. The event is sponsored by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles and my firm, O'Melveny & Myers, LLP.
Chinaful readers - If your business involves China, or you'd like it to, leave a comment or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an invite to this event.