169 ABA Journal China articles.

Retailers Sued Over Receipts

A Florida law firm has filed several lawsuits against Florida businesses claiming they are illegally revealing credit and debit card numbers on customer receipts.

Cibran Eljaiek & Lopez in Miami…

New China Labor Rules to be Enforced?

Long reputed as a haven for employers who engage in labor practices considered abusive in many countries, China appears to be on the verge of enforcing stringent new standards–particularly against…

A Chinese Puzzle

Foreign firms jumping into the market find ethics rules unclear

Top Official gets Death Sentence for Bad Chinese Food

Even for China, the sentence is an unusually harsh one. In the wake of international scandals over contamination of food products shipped from China, the former head of the country’s…

China Arrests Alleged Culprit in Pet Food Case

The general manager of a Chinese company whose contaminated wheat gluten allegedly ended up sickening thousands of pets in the U.S. and South Africa has been arrested on undisclosed charges.

Two Philly Firms Establish China Practices

Two small law firms with Philadelphia offices have established a presence in China, beating out many of their larger counterparts.

Last month, White & Williams formalized a strategic alliance with…

Paul Hastings to Get Name on Chinese School

Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker will contribute at least $40,000 to build a school in a remote village in China.

Seth Zachary, chairman of the Los Angeles-based firm, told the…

Foley Lures Lawyer for China Office

Foley & Lardner will be opening a China office headed by a lawyer moving from Weil, Gotshal & Manges.

Catherine Sun will be working on matters relating to the 2007…

Simpson Thacher Opens in China

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett’s new Beijing office will be headed by a lawyer from a British law firm, the New York Law Journal reports.


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The Avian Flu Time Bomb

The Legal System Will Play a Key Role in Planning the Response to a Possible Onslaught of the Virus

Pacific Overtures

U.S. Firms Find the Asian Legal Market Tough to Crack

Children Without a Country

Thousands of Kids Arrive Each Year Without an Adult and Without Knowing English. Lacking a Lawyer, They Face a Daunting Legal System.