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Dispute resolution: how to protect your business interest in China

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On June 18 at 9:00 am EDT, we successfully held the webinar on options, strategies, and insights regarding dispute resolution issues in China with some of China’s top legal experts.

We had 3 excellent speakers and they are experts in the fields of dispute resolution. The speakers had talked about the following issues:

  • How the pandemic impacts international commercial contracts from a legal perspective.
  • The principles of Force Majeure and under what circumstances the clause can be applied.
  • How Chinese courts are responding to disputes arising from contract breaches due to COVID-19.
  • What types of dispute resolution clauses should be included in commercial/IP licensing contracts.

Date: Thursday, June 18, 2020
Time: 9:00 am – 10:30 am EDT
Location: Webinar


Recorded videos:

Speaker: Dr. Wei Lin
Posted 1 year ago
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Speaker: Guanglei Zhang
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Speaker – Emilia Shi
Posted 1 year ago
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Speakers

Dr. Wei Lin, Managing Partner, P.C. Woo & Zhonglun W.D. LLP

Dr. Wei Lin, Managing Partner, P.C. Woo & Zhonglun W.D. LLP
Dr. Wei Lin is a legal expert who specializes in cross-border M&A, international trade remedies and dispute resolution. He has been an arbitrator at multiple commissions and centres including CIETAC, China Maritime Arbitration Commission, HKIAC, SIAC and ICC Arbitration. He was also selected in the panel of “One Thousand Foreign-related Business Talent Lawyers” by Chinese Ministry of Justice in 2019.

Guanglei Zhang, Equity Partner, Jingtian & Gongcheng Beijing Office

Guanglei Zhang, Equity Partner, Jingtian & Gongcheng Beijing Office
Licensed in both China and the State of New York with a well-established reputation in commercial litigation and arbitration, Mr. Guanglei Zhang is experienced in planning comprehensive strategies for cross-border disputes. Additionally, he has been an arbitrator of Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre and often serves as legal expert witness on Chinese laws in lawsuits and arbitrations in the US and Singapore.

Emilia Shi, Senior Partner, Dentons Shanghai

Emilia Shi, Senior Partner, Dentons Shanghai
Emilia Shi, registered counsel on Trustiics and currently a senior partner of Dentons Shanghai Office, is a corporate lawyer with over 20 years’ experience. Emilia was also a lead compliance officer for two Fortune 500 companies in Asia. Over the years, Emilia has advised many international businesses in their China-related business transactions and successfully represented and guided international businesses through dispute resolutions in China.