Epstein Becker Green Bank of China and Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Los Angeles present A Special, Two-Part Program for Chinese Companies Doing Business In The United States and American Companies Seeking Investment Opportunities Abroad.
Morning Session Topics:
- Bringing your managers to the United States in compliance with U.S. immigration laws
- Establishing your U.S.-based operation: setting up best practices for HR, payroll and administrative functions
- Guiding your management on hiring, employee counseling and termination
- Counseling foreign multinationals on U.S. labor and employment issues
- Safeguarding your brand and intellectual property through Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Programs
- Understanding corporate compliance
- Navigating the intricacies of international trade practices and customs laws
- Protecting your company’s proprietary information and trade secrets
- Dealing effectively with court litigation and arbitration
- Understanding employee health insurance and retirement plans: administration and regulation
- Considering opportunities to acquire U.S. companies
Afternoon Session Topics:
- Introducing China’s merge and Acquisition rules
- Facing the challenges of China’s Labor Contract Law and Anti-Discrimination rules
- Introducing current banking and finance, and tax law and regulations in China
- Understanding China’s newly effected Anti-Monopoly law and its practice
- Working through the intricacies of Intellectual Property
- Understanding corporate social responsibility and social compliance standards
- Exercising due diligence over the extraterritorial application of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance and other extraterritorial US laws
Please RSVP no later than Thursday, September 9, 2008.
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