Sunday, October 8, 2006
At last August's annual meeting of the ABA, the Section on International Law had a panel on doing business in China. The materials from that panel are now available here. In addition to bios of the panel, the materials include the following (thanks to Yee Wah Chin for providing this):
1 - greg s. slater's slides, "doing business in china: insights from an
2 - ronald c. brown's slides, "doing business in china: labor and
3 - ronald c. brown's paper, "doing business in china: labor and
4 - ronald c. brown's paper, "china's employment discrimination laws
during economic transition", 19:2 columbia journal of asian law 361
5 - ronald c. brown's paper, "china's collective contract provisions:
can collective negotiations embody collective bargaining?" 16 duke
journal of comparative & international law 35 (2006)
6 - h. stephen harris, jr.'s slides, "the pending china anti-monopoly
7 - elizabeth chien-hale's slides, "intellectual property concerns for
doing business in china"
8 - judge zhonglin he's slides, "protection of intellectual property
rights in china"
9 - judge zhonglin he's paper, "judicial protection of intellectual
property rights in china"
12 - yee wah chin's draft paper dated june 23, 2006, "for china and
other transitional economies: competition law lessons learned in 115
11 - yee wah chin's paper dated july 24, 2006, "thoughts on some
challenges in implementing china's anti-monopoly law"
12 - paul jones's forthcoming paper on "franchising in china: judicial
and legislative update", international journal of franchising law