Chinese Law

Ms. Giampolo obtained a Certificate of Law in Chinese Law from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. Through her time living in China and the connections she’s made, she can assist your corporation in the due diligence required before entering the 1.3 billion strong Chinese market.

Tough questions remain, such as whether an equity joint venture, co-operative joint venture, or a wholly-foreign-owned enterprise is the appropriate investment vehicle into China? Whether a Chinese partner is necessary from a business prospective, and if so, how do you find the appropriate business partner? How to obtain the all important business license in China? If you wish to export goods to China, what are the procedures? How should a U.S. corporation structure its activities from a U.S. tax prospective?

An example of services that a company entering China will require include:

• Real Estate
• Project & Infrastructure Finance
• Corporate Services
• Export, Customs and Trade
• Franchising
• Labor and Employment
• Inbound/Outbound Investment
• Media and Advertising
• Pro Bono and Not for Profit
• Product Liability

While entering the Chinese market is always a risk, and GLG can’t guarantee your success in an emerging market, we will work zealously and tirelessly toward that end.


Mission | Group | Practice Areas | Endorsements | Resources | News & Media | Contact | Site Map