by Dan Harris Our international manufacturing lawyers get a steady stream of emails from (mostly American/European/Australasian) companies wanting to sue their overseas manufacturers. Depending on the country, we typically respond by asking the potential client whether it has a written OEM Agreement with their manufacturer, whether that agreement is in the language of the country […]
By Dan Harris With Phase One of the US-China Trade deal requiring China to purchase large quantities of goods and services from the United States, it makes sense to write how to ensure payment when selling to China.
By Dan Harris Just got back from teaching an International Law course at Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, IN. I team taught this course with an experienced and excellent law professor, Professor Hannah Buxbaum. Professor Buxbaum is a powerhouse and I ended up learning a ton from both her and the students […]
By Dan Harris On January 1, China will allegedly have a new Foreign Investment Law. I say allegedly because even at this late date, none of the respected China lawyers with whom I have spoken are convinced it will change anything. The same holds true for all the other China lawyers at my law firm.
By Dan Harris When a company comes to one of our international manufacturing lawyers for legal help, we invariably ask them about their potential or actual overseas product supplier(s). We do this because of how critical it is that they choose the right manufacturer for what they will be doing.