Negotiating contracts in China can be stressful, especially without an in-house legal team to help advise along the way. For a successful business and, more importantly, to make sure you operate within the law, putting together a well-drafted 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 doing business in China, specifically looking at key provisions, contract clauses, parties identification, liability and dispute settlement.
After viewing this webinar, you will:
- Be able to recognise what is a valid contract;
- Know exactly who you are concluding a contract with;
- Understand what to do when things go wrong.
You can find the recorded video on Youtube:
Please login to access the recorded video and the slide.
About the Speaker
Ludmila Hyklova – Legal Advisor, EU SME Centre
Ludmila has been involved in legal consulting on international investment and cooperation for more than 17 years. She is now in charge of providing legal advice on foreign investment and import to China to European SMEs looking to establish themselves in the Chinese market.
After working as legal counsellor for multinational corporations, international organisations and projects in Europe, Ludmila Hyklova spent several years in China working for a European financial group, where she managed the legal and compliance department during its business start-up and later during its business development. She acquired broad knowledge and experience especially in foreign investment law, company and contract law, labour law, and tax law.
Looking for more information? Find them in our guideline Drafting Sales Contracts When Exporting to China.