DATES:    JULY 18 - 29, 2016


This class will help participants to navigate the opportunities and risks of doing business in China. It begins with formulating market strategy, understanding the legal environment, and understanding dispute resolution mechanisms. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the Chinese legal framework which affects business activities in China, such as new anti-monopoly laws, restrictions on financial markets, and rules and regulations in China’s Pilot Free Trade Zones.


  • Anti-Trust laws in China
  • Financial regulation of the financial markets (Foreign Exchange Control)
  • China’s banking and Capital Markets
  • Taxation in China: law and practice
  • Mergers and Acquisitions in China: law and practice
  • Accessing China Investment Markets, Contracts & Negotiations
  • Corporate Structures and Registrations
  • Free Trade Zones: Special Rules and Opportunities
  • Market Access and Investment Regulatory Review
  • Import and Export Regulations
  • Labor Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Inbound Investment Regulations
  • Securities and Exchange Laws in mainland China and Hong Kong
  • Property Law