Category: Top Story

Managing Risk in the “New Era”

The way companies integrate teams, build relationships with government officials, and respond to risk is changing.

/ August 14, 2020

Design Patents vs. Trade Dress: Protecting IP in China

How both avenues can strengthen a foreign company’s IP portfolio

/ July 31, 2020

As China Emerges from COVID-19, US Companies Invest to Compete

Solutions to short-term challenges may end up outlasting the pandemic.

/ July 24, 2020

Delisting from Exchanges: Tough Prospect for US-Listed Companies with Operations Based in China

This article has been adapted from an original publication by Squire Patton Boggs. On May 20, 2020, the US Senate unanimously passed S.945, the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act, as introduced by Senators John Kennedy (R-LA), and Chris Van Hollen...

China Eyes Further Northeast Asian Economic Integration in RCEP

When the Obama administration focused its efforts on a pivot to Asia, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) served as a key economic pillar of the strategy. The deal was poised to become the largest free trade agreement in the world, encompassing...

/ April 28, 2020

How Companies Are Reacting to China’s New Data Security Scheme

Will implementing regulations be finalized before push comes to shove?

/ April 3, 2020

A Game of Chicken

The story of how US-China poultry trade went cold for nearly a decade, and why it suddenly re-opened last year.

/ March 24, 2020

China’s Participation in International Standards Setting: Benefits and Concerns for US Industry

Without continued vigilance by international standards-setting organizations, there is a potential for weaknesses common to the Chinese domestic system to leak in.

/ February 7, 2020

Addressing Risk in the Era of US-China “Great Power” Competition

Washington’s obsession with national security presents compliance and reputational risk to US companies in China, but they can protect against it.

/ January 13, 2020