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FCPA industry sweep hits Chinese solar companies – sources

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Akron firm hosts an economic development trip to China

It has been less than a year since Akron-based Brennan, Manna & Diamond opened an office in Shanghai in an effort to expand the international arm of the firm. At the end of the month, the office will host a … Read more.


The Foreign Corrupt Practices in China: A balancing act for businesses

John Tang and Michael R. Freed of Brennan, Manna & Diamond discuss the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and offer advice on how U.S. companies can avoid violations of the statute when conducting business in China. WestLaw Journal Article – The … Read more.


Brennan, Manna & Diamond law firm to open an office in Shanghai

Corporate law firm Brennan, Manna & Diamond plans to open an office in Shanghai in April — the Akron-based firm’s fourth location and first beyond U.S. borders. Read more.


Looking Back at China in 2010

China in 2010 was a very different nation than a year ago. According to forecasts by the International Monetary Fund, it overtook Japan to become the world’s second-largest economy. This after taking the title of largest exporter from Germany in 2009. So what were the major themes at play in China’s evolution last year? And what do these trajectories mean for China in 2011? Read more.


Research and Development in China

Up until now, vague intellectual property (IP) laws and lax enforcement have kept U.S. businesses from seeing China as a hub for research and development operations. Read more.


The New Chinese Consumer

Monumental changes in the way people live lead to equally significant changes in the way they spend. The same is true for the Chinese consumer of today. Read more.


E-commerce in China

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Guide to Gift-Giving in China

With the holiday season in full swing, many businesses are thanking their partners and clients for a year of fruitful collaboration by sending a thoughtful gift. Read more.


Health Care Investment in China

In 2009, the Chinese government announced that health care reform would be a major component of its $586 billion stimulus package. It’s a clear sign of a market opening up and investment opportunities abound.
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