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What to make of doing business in China

Much of the talk about trade war disputes may make it sound like doing business in China is extremely difficult. But while trade with China requires business planning and preparation, it still can prove worthwhile for companies to engage in trade with their Chinese partners.

Streamlining of business registration in China

To lure more businesses to its country, China is planning on simplifying its business registration process concerning foreign-invested enterprises. It is known as the “One Window, One Form” policy. This process changing the business filing and registration process will take effect on June 30, 2018.

What is the DTSA and what does it do?

In a post last month, we offered perspective on U.S. laws that offer businesses protection against the theft of trade secrets. At the national level, most states have enacted the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, something close to it, or already have laws on the books that attempt to serve the same purpose. Those statutes handle issues that crop up state to state.

How do I choose where to defend against trade secret violations?

If you watch a crime drama on television, occasionally you'll hear prosecutors and police talk about finding a "friendly" judge who will give them the warrant they need to advance their case. Lawyers on the defense side might do something similar. Such venue shopping happens in civil cases, too. The strategy is to find a setting that offers the best chance of achieving the desired outcome.

China and the U.S. are banding together against counterfeiting

You may have heard the expression “fake it till you make it.” The reverse seems to hold true in China. Counterfeiting has become the proverbial scarlet letter of the country. Chinese president Xi Jinping has announced an effort to aggressively combat Chinese counterfeiting.

Shi Yan grid lawyer
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