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A New Era of Reciprocity: Trends in Foreign-Judgment Recognition in China

November 30, 2017

On September 12, 2017, China signed the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands. The Convention requires the courts of a member nation, if not chosen as the dispute-resolution venue in an agreement between contracting parties, to stay all proceedings in favor of the courts of…  read more


U.S. Can’t Pull Down China’s Data Wall

October 24, 2017

Recent protests of China’s new laws about cross-border data transfer may not sway regulators given rising digital walls around the world. On September 26, the U.S. raised concerns at the World Trade Organization (WTO) about the Chinese Cybersecurity Law which took effect in June 2017. A U.S. letter stated that measures enforced in their current…  read more


Reid & Wise Announces New Member in its Newly Established San Francisco Office

October 1, 2017

Reid & Wise LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Ning Zhang as a new partner in its newly established San Francisco Office.  Ning has extensive experience representing U.S. companies in their Chinese investment and Chinese companies in overseas mergers and acquisitions. She specializes in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, strategic alliances and greenfield…  read more


Reid & Wise Wins Federal-Court Trial

August 24, 2017

After a hard-fought, three-year court case, Reid & Wise prevailed in a trial in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York and helped the client retain her ownership interest in a property valued at more than $5 million. The case involved a dispute over the ownership of property. The plaintiff…  read more


Matthew Sava Invited To Speak At EB-5 Seminar

May 17, 2017

Matthew Sava made a presentation on EB-5 litigation issues at a seminar entitled, “The EB-5 Program Reform: What Your Firm Should Be Aware of In 2017,” on May 17, 2017. For his presentation, Matthew reviewed the types of claims frequently encountered in EB-5 lawsuits, reviewed SEC enforcement trends, and provided practical guidance on the steps…  read more


Reid & Wise Partner Shiyong R Ye Joined Celebration at New York City Mayor’s Mansion

May 11, 2017

On Monday evening May 10, 2017, Reid & Wise’s partner Shiyong R. Ye was invited by Bill De Blasio, Mayer of the City of New York, and Chirlane McCray, First Lady of the City of New York, to join the celebration of the Asian Pacific American Heritage month at Gracie Mansion, the Mayer’s residence along…  read more


China Expands Data Export Restrictions

May 9, 2017

China’s Network Security Law (the “NSL”), adopted late last year, is set to take effect on June 1, 2017. One of the most important provisions of the NSL is Article 37, which requires operators of critical information infrastructure to store personal information and important data within China. Transferring such information overseas is only permitted after…  read more


VIE-Like Structure Affirmed by Supreme People’s Court in China

May 6, 2017

Investing in Chinese companies is no easy task, as such investments oftentimes entail complex restrictions imposed on foreign-owned entities, especially in certain restricted industries. To avoid being treated as foreign invested companies, many Chinese companies have opted to set up a contractually owned structure called a Variable Interest Entity (VIE), which allows foreign investors to…  read more


Entering into the Chinese Internet Market—China Strategy for Internet-based Start-up

March 13, 2017

Chinese market has all the reasons to be one of the most attractive markets to internet-based start-ups. China, with 721 million of online users, remains the largest internet market according to the Broadband Status Report issued by the United Nations Broadband Commission in September 2016. This number of online users is more than 2.5 times…  read more


Network Equipment Companies Facing Security Review in China

February 16, 2017

The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) published a set of draft rules on February 4, 2017 to establish a network security review committee, which will be responsible for assessing the security of network equipment and services under the new Network Security Law. The security review is aiming at reducing the risks that network equipment or…  read more