Negotiating sales contracts in China can be stressful, especially without an in-house legal team to advise you. A well-drafted sales contract can significantly influence the course of your business deals and achievements in China. This webinar will explain how to manage contract terms to reduce risk when exporting to/selling in China, specifically looking at key provisions, contract clauses, parties identification, liability and dispute settlement. After attending the webinar you will:
- Be able to check whether your Chinese buyer really exists
- Understand how to properly execute a contract in China
- Understand which key clauses to include in your sales contracts
- Know what to do when things go wrong
About the Speaker
Rogier van Bijnen – Head of R&P China Lawyers’ Beijing Office
Rogier has been working as a lawyer in China since 2009. At R&P China Lawyers he focuses on assisting foreign companies who do business in or with China. His areas of expertise include corporate/M&A (incl. JVs), commercial contracts, IP, employment and dispute resolution. R&P is a Chinese law firm with about 25 PRC licensed lawyers and has offices in Beijing and Shanghai. As a Chinese law firm, R&P is allowed to advise on PRC law and represent clients in Chinese courts.
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Looking for more information? Find them in our guideline Drafting Sales Contracts When Exporting to China.
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