Dickinson Wright Attorney Peter Pang to Speak at International Business Conference in London

February 5, 2014
Dickinson Wright PLLC is pleased to announce that Attorney Peter C. Pang will be speaking at the “Doing Business Across Cultures: Overcoming the Challenges of Cultural Etiquette, Bribery & Corruptions Laws” in London on February 21, 2014.

Peter C. Pang will give a talk titled “Doing Business Across Cultures: Taming of the Chinese Tiger – Cultural and Legal Nuggets”. In his presentation, he will share with the audience some of the cross cultural attitudes and views of doing business in China and provide examples of the successful legal models that are both culturally sensitive and legally sound. Participants will learn how to avoid bribery and corruption traps in order to succeed halfway around the globe.

Mr. Pang is Of Counsel 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 assists foreign enterprises to obtain difficult, hard to get licenses, permits, approvals and government support for entry into the highly regulated Chinese industries. As a lobbyist with many years of experience, Mr. Pang is well connected with the Central and many Provincial governments in China. Mr. Pang advises American companies on how to be competitive in the China and global economy and has held various senior level legal positions, board seats and executive management roles.

The conference allows participants to gain an understanding of how cross cultural attitudes and views of reputation may impact your business as well as help participants to develop an awareness of your own behavior and how this impacts other cultures. People who are encouraged to attend include: employees involved in global projects, international business and sales manager, government agencies and members of the diplomatic service, ethics and compliance officers, security professionals, charities & NGOs, and anyone managing overseas offices. To learn more or to register for this conference, go to www.regonline.co.uk/culture2014.
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