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April 14, 2010

China depositions: So what's the deal this week?

Even though China signed a treaty with the U.S. on evidence in 1980, and acceded to the Hague Evidence Convention in 1998, China attached strings to both and, generally speaking, nothing really happens if you want to take a deposition in mainland China. One year ago Dan Harris at China Law Blog wrote "Taking Depositions In China. It Can Be Done. Just Kidding". He was inspired by several posts in early 2008 at the Experience Not Logic: Business and Law in China--which, by the way, is a dead-on if not perfect title for any website, blog, book or course about doing business in China. Read these links on taking evidence in China. Send us your own anecdotes, news, wisdom.

Posted by JD Hull at April 14, 2010 12:59 AM


Yeah, I've heard a lot of weird things about doing business in China. It makes sense though, for a country so culturally different from ours to have such radically different business practices.

Posted by: Joe at April 13, 2010 07:13 PM

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