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ALM, publisher of The American Lawyer, The Recorder, Corporate Counsel, and The Asian Lawyer is pleased to present The U.S. - China Legal Summit - San Francisco, to be held October 9, 2014, in San Francisco. ​

REGISTRATION IS COMPLIMENTARY FOR IN-HOUSE COUNSEL AND CORPORATE EXECUTIVES!

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A range of legal challenges and cross-border nuances are faced by in-house counsel at U.S. companies who are involved in M&A and general business in China.  This event will present best practices for companies seeking to make the most of Sino-American commerce while minimizing risk and meeting compliance requirements.

TOPICS UNDER DISCUSSION INCLUDE:

  • Navigating Your Approach to Legal Essentials and Relationships in China
  • Top Strategies for Intellectual Property in China
  • Anticipating, Preparing for and Navigating Arbitration & Litigation in China
  • Managing FCPA Investigations in China
  • U.S.-China Data Protection and E-Discovery Challenges
  • Keynote I: Intellectual Property Developments in China
  • Keynote II: How to Respond to & Manage Antitrust Investigations in China in Matters Involving IP
     

Co-Chairs

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Dan Harris
China Lawyer
China Law Blog

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Randall Lewis
Vice President, International Counsel 
ConAgra Foods Inc.

    


  • Date

  • Thursday, October 9, 2014
    8:00 AM - 6:30 PM
    Pacific Time

  • Venue

  • Marines' Memorial Club & Hotel
    609 Sutter Street
    San Francisco, California 94102
    USA
    415-673-6672

Sponsorship Opportunities

For information on sponsoring or exhibiting at this event, please contact:

U.S.: Henry Dicker, Vice President of Events, Executive Director, LegalTech, ALM
T: 212-457-7902
M: 917-847-3755
E:
hdicker@alm.com

U.K.: Danny Collins, Managing Director, International Law Firm Division ALM, The American Lawyer
T: +44 (0) 207 766 5241
E:
dcollins@alm.com

Asia: Jon Martin, Associate Publisher - Asia, ALM
T: +852 3103 1053

E:
jmartin@alm.com

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