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Following a Boat to China, but Not the Slow Boat
Introduction: Dan Harris didn’t plan to specialize in helping companies navigate the choppy legal waters in China. He was representing companies that did business in Asia, but China was not his focus until he was hired in 1999 by a fuel supplier in Singapore to help it collect money it...Read More
Are You Ready to Do Business in China in the Trump Era? Recent changes could have an impact on the legal and regulatory landscape.
MCC: Will the U.S. election, and the significant differences in trade policies between the Obama and Trump administrations, mean additional legal or regulatory hurdles for trans-Pacific deals? Yao: We believe that there will be additional trade and investment hurdles. There is a nationwide debate...Read More
From Enron to Hong Kong: A Litigator Learns to Tackle Global Corruption: What U.S. companies need to know as Asia’s biggest superpower expands its anticorruption rules
Introduction: Tim Blakely relocated to Morrison & Foerster’s Hong Kong office in 2011 in the midst of a successful career as a U.S. litigator focused on securities class actions and other complex litigation and regulatory matters. Below, he provides his unique perspective on global...Read More