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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

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12:00 - 2:00 PM

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AmCham China Conference Center

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12:00--12:30 PM Registration
12:30--1:30 PM Presentation
1:30--2:00 PM Q&A Session

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Members at the door RMB 150
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China Law Blog Presents: Trends in Chinese Policy on Foreign Business
 

The Small Business Forum invites you to attend a lunch panel discussion from China Law Blog co-authors, Dan Harris and Steve Dickinson.

The China Law Blog co-authors will discuss the five most important trends they are seeing that are impacting foreign businesses in China or doing business with China. Harris will discuss what he has observed from outside of China while Dickinson will talk about the trends he has seen from within China. Dickinson and Harris who are based in Beijing and Seattle respectively, will talk about what each of them sees and hears from their own individual perspectives and then will comment on the other’s observations. They will independently come up with and discuss the five big trends that they see impacting foreign businesses in China or doing business with China. They will speak for about 30 minutes and then open to questions.

Dan Harris is a founding member of Harris & Moure PLLC, a boutique international law firm based in Seattle, Washington, with offices in Beijing and Qingdao, China. Dan heads up the US side of his firm's Asia practice, focusing on protecting American businesses in their Asian operations. Dan has his B.A. from Grinnell College and his J.D. summa cum laude, from Indiana University School of Law. Dan is also lead writer for the multiple-award winning China Law Blog (www.chinalawblog.com).

Having lived in China for years, Steve is fluent in Chinese, and conducts his work entirely in the language. He prides himself on working primarily in the “real” China, outside of Beijing and Shanghai, in areas that require an appreciation for China’s history and culture, such as factories, fish plants, and farms.

Steve was named one of Washington State’s “5 Most Amazing Attorneys” by Washington CEO Magazine, and is one of only three “Washington State Amazing Lawyers” in International law. Steve was the first attorney to be invited to China by an independent Bar Association and he is a frequent speaker throughout the United States and in China.


Speaker(s):

Dan Harris, co-author, China Law Blog
Steve Dickinson, co-author, China Law Blog


Venue:

AmCham China Conference Center
No. 10 Jintongxi Road, The Office Park Tower AB 6th Floor
金桐西路10号远洋光华国际AB座6层

This event is off-the-record.


For more information, please contact: Barbara Chen O'Connell, Tel: 0819-0842, Email: bococonn@amchamchina.org.

 
 


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