Epstein Becker Green seeks to help Chinese companies conduct business and make investments in, and immigrate to, the United States. Epstein Becker Green is honored to have been selected to represent many of the largest Chinese banks that have been granted branch status in the United States. The firm also represents other companies headquartered in China in the health care and life sciences, energy, extractive, logistics, financial, and shipping sectors, among others.

Epstein Becker Green's China practice evolved from the firm's work in counseling global multinational businesses based in Asia that wished to expand their operations to and within the United States. The China practice consists of a multidisciplinary team whose members have traveled to China, have experience working with Chinese clients, and are acutely aware of the legal and business issues facing Chinese businesses today and the emerging trends that they will face in the future. Additionally, members of the China practice provide advice and counsel to Chinese clients concerning labor and employment, immigration, litigation, health care and life sciences, real estate, and business law matters; have been featured in interviews with China Central Television and Bloomberg TV-Asia; and have submitted articles about legal issues for Chinese businesses and multinationals that have appeared in various publications, such as the U.S.-China Business Council's China Business Review.

Members of the China practice have spoken at universities and conferences in China. They have also given simultaneous presentations in Chinese and English and reached out to the greater Chinese business community by organizing various public and private seminars consisting of both formal and informal presentations.

In addition, Epstein Becker Green works with Chinese trade associations and U.S.-based Chinese chambers of commerce from New York to California to put on a series of seminars in the United States. Our seminars feature written materials in Chinese and bilingual PowerPoint slide presentations and have been presented to members of the Chinese business communities not only in New York City but also in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston. These seminars, which feature our attorneys from across the United States, assist Chinese companies with charting their way through U.S. and state laws.

Epstein Becker Green has developed strategic alliances with premier Chinese firms, partnered in educational programs, and engaged in outreach to the local business community with such Chinese law firms as King & Wood Mallesons, Jun He Law Offices, and the Zhong Lun Law Firm, among other leading Chinese legal practitioners.

Whether traveling to China or advising clients here in the United States, Epstein Becker Green is deeply committed to developing relationships of trust and confidence with businesses based, and companies doing business, in China and helping them safely navigate the U.S. legal landscape.

The principal contacts are as follows:

William J. Milani
Dean L. Silverberg

Download our China Initiative brochure.



爱宾格林律师事务所的中国促进计划是从为总部在亚洲并且希望拓展其经营到美国的全球跨国公司提供法律咨询的过程中发展而来的。中国促进计划由跨专业 领域的法律团队组成,其成员定期访问中国、拥有与中国客户合作的经验、并且强烈意识到今天中国公司面临的法律和商业问题和今后要面对的发展趋势。 此外中国促进计划的成员为中国客户提供有关劳动和雇佣法、诉讼、医疗保健和生命科学、房地产和商法等方面的法律意见和咨询;多次受到中国中央电视台和彭博 财经信息亚洲频道的专访;并且就中国公司和跨国公司面临的法律问题撰写多篇文章,这些文章发表于诸如美中商会的 中国商务评论等多家刊物上。


此外爱宾格林与中国的商业组织和美国的中国商会一起合作从纽约到洛杉矶在美国举办了一系列的法律讲座。我们的法律讲座特别配有中文材料以及双语的幻 灯片演示文稿,以呈现给不仅在纽约以及洛杉矶,旧金山和休斯敦的中国商业协会的成员们。这些讲座中有来自美国各地的律师,依照美国以及州立法律帮助中国公 司规划他们的未来。

因为预见到了建立一个全球的可以相信的律师事务所联盟的需要,爱宾格林在大约25年前创建了国际律师网络协会。国际律师网络协会帮助爱宾格林律师事 务所的客户无论在何处进行商业经营都可以收到经济有效、完善的法律服务。虽然本所目前没有计划在中国建立办公室,但是爱宾格林继续为亚洲客户提供法律服 务。爱宾格林已经与主要的中国律师事务所建立了战略伙伴关系,并且和这些律师事务所合作开展法律教育并进一步与当地的中国商业社区接触。这些中国律师事务 所包括金杜律师事务所、君和律师事务所、中伦律师事务所和九州丰泽律师事务所等主要中国领军律师事务所。




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