We invite you to participate in our next legal webinar "Key Points of Successful Compliance Management for German Companies in China" with legal experts from CMS Beijing on August 25, 2020.
Foreign invested companies in China are facing a more and more volatile business environment and the complexity of local laws and regulations in China has increased over the last years. As a result, foreign enterprises are often struggling to catch up with the latest compliance developments in order to reduce potential liability risks for the company as well as for its management.
Due to a significant rise in awareness of the local authorities and therefore compliance inspections becoming increasingly stringent and frequent, especially managers of foreign-invested companies with operations in China are well advised to be up-to-date about the most important compliance rules and regulations to operate their businesses according to local standards.
Participants attending this online course will learn how to deal with the following questions:
- What is corruption by definition?
- What says the Chinese law?
- What do German companies have to consider?
- What is the liability of the managers and company staff?
- Recommended behavior vis-a-vis government officials?
2) IT Security
- Which special systems have to be in place in China from a legal perspective?
- User identification and storage requirements for use of IT networks?
- Are VPN channels allowed in companies?
- Are VPNs allowed on mobiles?
- What to do / how to react, if officials visit you?
- What is anti-trust by definition
- Which contacts with competitors are allowed/forbidden?
- Which contacts with suppliers and customers are allowed/forbidden?
13:45-14:00 Log-in and webinar set-up
14:00-15:00 Anti-Corruption (by Dr. Falk Lichtenstein)
15:00-16:00 IT Security (by Amanda Ge)
16:00-17:00 Anti-Trust (by Roxie Meng)
(each topic includes short Q&A session, presentation material will be shared by speakers on request after the webinar)
Fee: GCC Member: 200 RMB | Non-Member: 400 RMB