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    The Belt & Road Lawyer (China's BRI Symposium - Part 6)

    7 PM EST

    Part 6 of the China's BRI Symposium will focus on the answers to questions of attorneys seeking to represent clients successfully in various BRI facets and situations.

     

     

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    Conducted as a roundtable discussion between private sector executives in competition with Chinese firms and experienced BRI lawyers, this program addresses many inquiries of members of the Bar seeking to understand more of the nuances and background necessary to more effectively assist clients participating in BRI projects in developing countries or with Chinese SOE firms generally. An important aspect of the program is a focus on the specific skill set that private sector clients need from lawyers practicing in this area or looking to do so in the future. This program also looks at the career preparation important to develop that skill set and then to undertake such representation, as well as to advise BRI Host country governments or government entities.

    • Preparing your client for dealing with a Chinese State-Owned Enterprise (SOE).
    • What do you do if you do not have the Host country experience of expertise?
    • Options for combatting the PRC predatory financing option your client may face
    • Assisting the Host Country BRI client
    • The dispute resolution challenge for clients, whether Host government, or private sector, participating in BRI projects
    • Career preparation and resources


    Moderator:

    • Dr. Elizabeth Chan, Esq., CEO, Global Risk Mitigation Foundation; Steering Committee for the Central/East Asia & China Committee; and Chair of the ABA Committee on Infrastructure Development Finance, a part of Belt & Road Task Force ABA’s International Law Section

    Speakers:

    • Perry Pe, Esq. - Partner with Romulo Mabanta Buenaventura Sayoc & de los Angeles (Manila) and former President of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association
    • Jonathan Szucs, President, Advanced Superabrasives, Inc., a high-tech firm based in North Carolina and a Boeing supplier that does business in China, throughout Southeast Asia, and elsewhere.
    • Scott Blacklin - former Vice President – Emerging Markets, Public Sector , Cisco Systems, Inc. and currently working with a consortium of U.S. tech firms in competition with Huawei and other PRC tech firms in BRI developing countries.

     

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Jan 27, 2021

    2021-01-27T19:00:00-05:00 2021-01-27T20:30:00-05:00 The Belt & Road Lawyer (China's BRI Symposium - Part 6)

    Part 6 of the China's BRI Symposium will focus on the answers to questions of attorneys seeking to represent clients successfully in various BRI facets and situations.

     

     

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    Section of International Law

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