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No discovery? Then business owners must maintain evidence

Most court proceedings in the U.S. involve the discovery procedure. Discovery occurs before the trial—or alternative dispute resolution process. It allows parties to obtain evidence that supports their claim by way of conducting interviews or requesting records from the other party. 

U.S. companies feeling the pain of trade dispute with China

A survey released last week revealed that American companies are facing backlash in China over continuing trade disputes between the two countries. Less than two weeks after the U.S. increased tariffs on Chinese imports, nearly half of members of the American Chamber of Commerce in China reported facing retaliatory measures by the Chinese government.

How to “serve” someone in a foreign country

In today’s global economy, many companies will encounter disputes with firms in another country. Many may wonder, how does an international lawsuit begin? We often take service of process for granted in domestic lawsuits – people view it as a given. However, when international firms are involved, the rules change.

Evidence gathering challenges in Chinese business litigation

On paper, China is a signatory to several international treaties intended to facilitate access to justice when commercial disputes arise and trigger business litigation. Those experienced in the process, though, will confirm that resolving such disputes is not a simple one.

What are key business litigation differences in China's system?

Cultural diversity is a reality of the business world today. Global trade is happening at a faster clip than ever before. With diversity in trade comes a variety in legal processes from country to country. Many in the United States have a concept of how the law works here based on personal experience. Still, many an entrepreneur has been caught short by subtle differences in laws from state to state.

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