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Transnational Commercial Law (4th Teaching Conference)
William H. Gates Hall
All Day Event
This Transnational Commercial Law project seeks to establish TCL (looking at the movement towards transnational commercial law, all aspects), as distinct from IBT and other existing international and comparative law courses, as a new course, taught worldwide -- and with a loose and informal network of teachers, sharing experiences and the like.
Global Mondays-Foreign Investment Issues in Mainland China and the Lawyer’s Role
William H. Gates Hall
12:30 PM - 1:20 PM
Hosted by the Chinese American Law Students Association and the Visiting Scholars Program
Three visiting scholars, Juanfang Li, Alan (Zhengdong) Liang and David (Yingjun) Wan, PRC lawyers designated by Beijing Lawyer’s Association, will form a panel to introduce certain foreign investment issues in mainland China, such as catalog, vehicles and operation matters. They will also share their practice experiences in this field by introducing some real cases both in transaction and disputes settlement.
Juanfang has practiced in Jingtian & Gongcheng Attorneys at Law, one of the largest and most comprehensive law firms in China since 2005. Her main practice area includes foreign direct investment, M&A, corporate law, commercial contracts, public tender, IPO, etc. Her main practice industry is urban public transportation.
Alan has practiced for more than 5 years. As an expert in the field of international trade remedy, he represented clients both in anti-dumping and anti-subsidy cases, including the very first “Double Anti-” case on oriented silicon of P.R.C. After joining Beijing Grandway Law Offices, one of the top securities and investment law firms in China, Alan provides services for foreign investment and M&A business both to mutinational and prestigious local companies.
David is a senior partner of Beijing Guo & partners, one of leading firms in Beijing. He holds LL.M and studied in University of London; he is also a director of China Financial Education Development Foundation. David has practiced for 20 years in the fields of foreign investments, M&A and disputes settlement. He was selected by the International Arbitration Court for Sports as one of arbitration lawyers working for Olympic Games hosted in Beijing 2008. One of his represented case was recognized as the biggest property case since establishment of P.R.C.