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I am not certain where my legal relationship currently “stands” with my business counterparties or “partners” in China. What should I do?

USA - October 3 2013 A good way to start is with a sort of "audit" or review of what legal documents you currently have in place (if any) and what they do (or don't)...


But my Chinese business partner and I have done business on a handshake for years...

China, USA - October 3 2013 Wouldn't It Be a Terrible Insult for Me to Insist on a Long and Expensive Contract at This Point? How Can I Insist on a Contract Now and Not Lose...


Some comments on specific contracts or contract provisions for doing business

USA - October 3 2013 A classic situation that differs between, say, doing business in Chicago and doing business in China might occur if you have molds or tools for...


How doing business in China without a master written contract in Chinese is like playing roulette in Macau (but playing roulette, even when you lose, can still be so much more fun!)

China - September 6 2013 A contract is a fundamental basis of commerce. In fact, it's really a cornerstone of modern society (for example, think of the so-called "social...