C.4. Understanding Business rules in China

 

 

Objectif pédagogique

 

The goal of this course is to expose participants to the practice of international business rules in China with a simple case study – the negotiation of a jointventure agreement with a chinese company- in order to improve the basic legal analysis skills. Taking an international professional oriented approach, we will study how to deal with the singularity of international business practices in China or with chineses.

 

Public

 

This course will benefit firstly to the professionals who run a business in China or with chineses, who had to incorporate a company, negotiate a contract, answer to an invitation to tender… in China or with a chinese counterpart ; and secondly to solicitors, trainees and paralegals who draft, negotiate and conclude international contracts with chineses, who advise on international contracts and international contract law, corporate, advise on cross-jurisdictional concerns (forum, conflicts of law and foreign judgements).

 

Durée : 1 jour (7h). 

 

Intervenant

 

Professor of law. He alternates writing books on commercial law – Corporate law, Labour law, … - and practicing international law. Former lawyer to the Paris Bar, he is senior expert for the European Union, especially for international contracts in the African/Asian area. He negotiated international contracts, or the settlement of international disputes in international commercial/financial contracts for example between the European Commission and States. 

 

Pré-requis

 

Niveau d'anglais B2 ou plus du Cadre Européen Commun de Référence pour les Langues.

 

Programme

 

I. Compliance : how to secure Business relations ?

 

II. Corporate : how to conduct business in China ?

 

III. Trade law : free trade in China?

 

IV. Audit, accountancy, tax : the basics !

 

V. Human Resources and Employment Law : Chineses or internationals rules ?

 

VI. Contract : the basics of China law, and the choice of Asian laws, Common law or French law ?

 

VII. Dispute Resolution : Shanghai, Beijing, Hong-Kong, Singapore or Paris ?