China – Strategies and Practical Tips for Successful Risk Management and Dispute Resolution

The Litigation Summit and Exposition 2012

11/12/2012 03:30 p.m. - 05:00 p.m.

Litigation, Intellectual Property Litigation, China, Litigation | China, International Arbitration, Securities Litigation, White Collar + Investigations, FCPA + Anti-Corruption, and Arbitration | China

L’Enfant Plaza Hotel
480 L'Enfant Plaza SW
Washington, D.C. 20024

Speaking Engagement

Cheryl Kahan-Radhuber

While conducting business in the dynamic Chinese marketplace, U.S. companies sometimes find themselves embroiled in disputes with Chinese parties including their business partners. Our panel of distinguished experts will provide tips for protecting your assets and managing your risk exposure in China as well as discuss strategies for successfully resolving disputes in China.

Topics include:

  • Risk Management: How can you best limit your risk exposure? What are some key steps you can take to protect your assets in China?
  • Threshold Decision: Are you better off litigating in China or before an international arbitration forum? Is arbitration really cheaper and quicker?
  • Provider, Venue and Arbitrator Selection: Which provider and venue best suit your needs? What are the optimal arbitrator characteristics for your case?
  • Enforcement: Increase your odds of enforcing your favorable court judgment or arbitral award against a Chinese company?
  • IP Rights: How do you protect your IP in China?

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