Shenzhen, China, June 16, 2016 /ChinaNewswire.com/ - Starting and running a business in China involves navigating many legal hurdles, and more often than not many foreign companies find they've ignored or avoided many legal requirements when it's already to late. To avoid these pitfalls and to learn how to operate correctly, Royal Law Firm is holding a free legal seminar in Shenzhen.
The English-language event will be held in Royal Law Firm's office headquarters in Shenzhen on 01 July 2016 from 2:30PM to 7:00PM.
Mr. Wang Dong, director of Royal Law Firm, and a commercial and company law expert as well as a labor arbitrator at Shenzhen Labor Arbitration Committee, will share with attendees the best ways to setup, organize, and execute a business in China.
Topics to be covered include:
1. How to verify and select business partner;
2. Important clauses in a commercial contract;
3. Purchase and sales contracts;
4. Quality disputes;
5. Buying a Chinese company;
6. Moulding and tooling contracts;
7. Former staff dealing with your customers;
8. Franchise agreements;
9. Important reminders when contracts are implemented;
10. Litigation and arbitration in China.
The southern Chinese metropolis of Shenzhen is a hotbed of technology innovation, with many Internet of Things (IoT), fintech, and hardware companies setting up incubators, companies, and factories. These businesses as well as traditional manufacturing businesses are all welcome to attend this event.
Please call 0755-86667726 or email [email protected] to book your seats.
About Royal Law Firm
Located in Shenzhen city, Guangdong Province, Royal Law is a law firm that focuses on providing high-quality legal services on legal council work for companies. Since 2003, our lawyers have been providing legal consultancy services for all types of enterprises, including trading companies, production and manufacturing companies, foreign representative offices, as well as non-resident foreign enterprises in China. The firm has been able to accumulate a wealth of experience in regards to the legal side of business operations and special industrial legal affairs in China. Due to our ability to work in English, Royal Law is also able to offer a high level of bilingual legal services to foreign clients. More info at http://www.royalaw.com
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