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Site - chinalawblog.com
Beijing & Seattle
About Site - We will be discussing the practical aspects of Chinese law and how it impacts business there. We will be telling you what works and what does not and what you as a businessperson can do to use the law to your advantage. Our aim is to assist businesses already in China or planning to go into China, not to break new ground in legal theory or policy.
About Site - The China Blawg was the first China Blog devoted to legal issues in 2003, under the direction of LEHMAN, LEE & XU's founder and managing director, Edward Lehman a well-known China legal pioneer. The China Blawg focuses on business, legal, tax, intellectual property and other China issues as it affects businesses and businessmen in the world's most populous nation.
Site - chinalawandpolicy.com
New York, NY
About Site - China Law & Policy believes that an understanding of the development of the Chinese legal system is integral to an informed U.S. policy toward China. In China, the legal system is often indistinguishable from the political system and reflects the political priorities of the ruling Chinese Communist Party.
Atlanta, Shanghai, Taipei, New York, Denver
About Site - Amy is a highly-sought after trademark attorney & brand strategist. She helps Western companies to grow and protect brands in China. Amy is recognized as an expert in China's trademark system. In 2015, she was selected - as the only U.S. attorney - to introduce China's 26 landmark cases to the Western world.
Site - chinafoodlaw.blog
About Site - am an Italian qualified lawyer established in Shanghai, China since 2006, with a strong focus (and passion) for food. This blog aims at sharing some useful knowledge about what is happening in Chinese food law, and how this is shaping the behaviour of food-industry stakeholders.
Site - shrenger.com/blog
About Site - The Law Offices of Justin J. Shrenger, A Professional Corporation (JJS APC), was established in 1994 and has continuously been involved in the provision of high-quality legal services for companies doing business in China.
About Site - The aim of China Copyright and Media is to be an online resource providing access to and insight in Chinese law and policy regarding public communication. Currently, it contains a blog and an expanding China Media Law Database. In the future, this will be supplemented by topical issue papers and case analysis.