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Doing Business With China: Nexsen Pruet's Team Approach

At Nexsen Pruet, we understand that the U.S. legal and business culture is different from the Chinese legal and business culture. A successful project requires a bridge between these two environments. We made a strategic decision several years ago to become a bridge for Chinese businesses coming to the U.S., and has devoted time, energy, and funds to developing this experience. Our China-related activities have included the following:

  • Representing Chinese company in acquisition of stock of U.S. company listed on NASDAQ
  • Representation of Chinese product manufacturers in U.S. litigation
  • Counseling Chinese product manufacturers on limiting their legal risk in the U.S.
  • Establishing companies and businesses in the U.S. for operations by Chinese owners
  • Conducting due-diligence for acquisitions in the U.S.
  • Handling insurance claims for Chinese citizens in the U.S.
  • Representing Chinese companies in arbitration
  • Advising Chinese companies in debt collection from U.S. companies
  • Advising Chinese businesses on U.S. customs issues
  • Handling both individual and business-related immigration issues for Chinese clients
  • Obtaining U.S. trademarks and patents for Chinese clients
  • Advising Chinese companies regarding controlling legal costs in the U.S.
  • Reviewing and negotiating U.S. business contracts for Chinese clients

Our highly experienced China team is very adept at working with Chinese companies.

We have found that language capability is crucial, especially in large projects where it is necessary to communicate complex legal and business issues. Our China team includes a China native, Eric Huang, who grew up in Suzhou, China. Mr. Huang has an undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University, and a law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School. He is admitted to the New York State Bar and practices at Nexsen Pruet. Mr. Huang works on all of our China projects and is a unique and invaluable resource for Chinese clients doing business in the U.S.

Nexsen Pruet's Peter Santos and Eric Huang, presenting to the Chongqing Bar Association.

In addition to handling a wide range of legal matters for Chinese clients, we travel frequently in China and participate in legal seminars and conferences. For example, our China Team members have been presenters at legal and U.S. investment conferences in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Jinan, Qingdao, Harbin, Chongqing, Chengdu, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Wuxi, and Hong Kong.

Val Stieglitz, presenting at The ZHH Legal Forum on Outbound Investment in Chongqing.

Our China Team Leader, Val H. Stieglitz, has been recognized as a Best Lawyer in America, is a long-time member of the International Association of Defense Counsel, a former Board member of an international legal network called LAWorld, and has been a frequent presenter to the Yangtzejiang Legal Network, one of the largest legal networks in mainland China.

Stieglitz pictured with Rodrigo Jacobina, current Chairman of LAWorld, and Juliane Hogrefe.

Read our team's materials and learn more about Nexsen Pruet in Chinese.