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 Renaud Anjoran Many productions have been transferred to China over the past 25 years. Some are getting transferred out of China to places like Vietnam or Thailand these days. And, of course, not all Chinese factories are doing a great job, so there is a great deal of switching from one to the next. […]
Despite delays in high-end TV, computer and gaming device releases as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, HDMI 2.1 remains the next big trend. In the HDMI interconnects sector, makers in China are confident the shift to the latest specification will happen. Gearing up for this, more are expected to emphasize the development of compliant […]
By Renaud Anjoran What does quality management consist of? Juran wrote about this first in 1986, and he suggested 3 types of activities that make up the “Juran trilogy”: Planning Quality control Improvement
By Renaud Anjoran About 2 years ago, I wrote about the 3 process improvement tools we use most often. And today I’d like to do a deep dive into one of them — the process control plan.