Attorney Peter Pang to Give Presentation on the Challenges of Complying with the FCPA in China

September 30, 2013
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Peter Pang will be giving a presentation, along with KPMG, on the “Challenges of Compliance with FCPA in China: Guanxi, Culture and Expectations” at the U.S. China Business Council (USCBC) on October 9, 2013.

A recent USCBC member survey on compliance best practices found that 60 percent of interviewed companies were concerned about competing with companies not following the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Mr. Pang and Brian Wilson from KPMG will discuss the enforcement and regulatory environment in China, practical challenges foreign companies face in complying with U.S. rules on corruption, and best practices in risk management and responding to these challenges.

Mr. Pang is an attorney in Dickinson Wright’s Washington, D.C. office. He specializes in helping multi-national companies in establishing a foothold and making an investment in China. He has substantial corporate and transactional experience, including M&A, foreign direct investments, corporate formation and government contracts, particularly as they relate to cross border transactions with China and Chinese state-owned enterprises. Mr. Pang also has experience in intellectual property prosecution, licensing and litigation for clients engaged in the following industries, including information technology, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, gaming, telecommunications, retailing, television and consumer products.

Dickinson Wright’s China Practice 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.

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