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April 22, 2008

Doing business in China: Cutting paths on uncertain terrain.

Dan Harris at China Law Blog discusses "China Law As Guessing Game", inspired by the Stan Abrams post at China Hearsay called "The Law and New Tech in China". Harris and Abrams are full-time China lawyers with busy practices. Note how they hit on not only handling the barrage of first-impression legal and regulatory issues confronting their clients in Greater China, but also on the importance of guiding clients in an active, non-CYA fashion on issues abroad where the "applicable law" is very often silent, muddy or missing. Incidently, over the years, WAC? has met with Beijing-based Abrams, an IP and business lawyer and old China hand, in Europe at meetings of the IBLC.

Posted by JD Hull at April 22, 2008 11:59 PM


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