|Legal Issues of Doing Business in China|
UWest Special Seminar on Legal Issues of Doing Business in China
Fred Hong, Attorney in Law
Saturday, October 6, 2012, 1:30--4:00pm, UWest, AD 205
Mr. Hong will give a guest lecture for Prof. Michael Eng’s class- MBA 558 Seminar on Doing Business in China on “Legal Issues of Doing Business in China”.
Mr. Hong is the first US lawyer to become a licensed attorney in China. He has had more than 20 years’ experience of practicing business laws in China. During his lecture, he will share his insightful knowledge and extensive experience of legal issues on doing business in China. He will particularly talk about how to set up business in China, what type of business structure/ownership, how to protect your trademark and patens. In addition, he will discuss cases related with office leases, capital reductions, and factory closures.
Mr. Michael Eng is the California State Assemblyman. He is teaching a special class at UWest this semester. His class invites guest speakers with expertise in different subjects to discuss how to do business in China, including Hong Kong.
The seminar is organized by the Center for the Study of Minority & Small Business and the Department of Business Administration at UWest. The seminar is free of charge to the public.
UWest is located in Rosemead, 1409 N. Walnut Grove Avenue (turn right off Fwy 60, exit at San Gabriel). Please call (626) 571-8811, ext. 125 to reserve seating.