Attorney Mark Heusel Presents "Doing Business in the U.S." Webinar for Global Business Professor

June 15, 2015
Dickinson Wright is pleased to announce that Attorney Mark Heusel will be presenting “Doing Business in the U.S.”, an On Demand Seminar for and

“Doing Business in the U.S.” will allow participants in Asian countries and worldwide learn about the current state of the automotive market and how to be successful when entering the U.S. market. Topics will include: North American Automotive Market Trends, Michigan Automotive Industry & Chinese Investment, Doing Business with OEMs and Tier 1 and Tier 2 Suppliers, and Considerations for Doing Business in Michigan.

Attorney Mark Heusel is a Member and Director of Dickinson Wright’s China Practice Group. He has represented Chinese companies and manufacturers in a wide range of legal issues, including investment in North American, site selection and organization of Chinese companies in North America, real estate matters, and general corporate and commercial advice. He has collaborated with various economic development initiatives hosted by various states and regional partners, including Automation Alley, to spur foreign direct investment into North America from China. The Firm takes an active membership in the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce, the US China Business Council, the Detroit Chinese Business Association, the North American Chinese Society of Automotive Engineers, the China Die & Mold Association, Gasgoo, and other various trade and cultural associations.

Dickinson Wright’s China Team represents U.S., Canadian and Chinese clients across industries on all aspects of inbound and outbound investment, bilateral trade, and business matters. With the ability to conduct business in English, Mandarin and Cantonese and over two decades of on-the-ground experience in China, Dickinson Wright lawyers fully grasp the cultural subtleties and the unique aspects of doing business in China, enabling us to provide clients with effective, seamless representation in China’s rapidly developing market.

To listen to “Doing Business in the U.S.”, please click here.
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