China and Taiwan Legal and Business News by Pamir Law Group

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Nicholas Chen Quoted on AP Story on Samsung's "Kill Taiwan" Strategy

Partner Nicholas V. Chen was recently quoted in a story by the Associated Press on the response of Taiwan's tech industry to Samsung's "Kill Taiwan" strategy.

The full text of the story can be found here.

Patricia Ginsberg Appointed Regional Vice Chair of TerraLex Global Trade & Business Practice Group

Pamir Law Group announced today that partner Patricia Ginsberg has been appointed Asia-Pacific Regional Vice Chair of the Global Trade & Business Practice Group of TerraLex. With over 155 member law firms, TerraLex is one of the largest international legal networks in the world.   As a member of TerraLex, Pamir Law Group has access to expertise around the world from leading law firms in each country and across the United States.


New Contact Details But Still Your First “First Call” for Practical Solutions in Greater China

Effective December 17, 2012, our Taipei office is relocating to a new office to continue to service our local and international clients in Taiwan and China and to accommodate the continued growth of our practice. Our new phone, facsimile and address are as follows:

Nicholas V. Chen Receives NAPABA Trailblazer Award


Partner Nicholas V. Chen received the 2012 Trailblazer Award last Friday during the 24th annual convention in Washington, D.C. The Trailblazer Award, which is NAPABA's highest honor, recognizes individuals who have "demonstrated vision, courage, and tenacity, and who have made substantial and lasting contributions to the Asian Pacific American (APA) legal profession, as well as the broader APA community".

US DOJ and SEC Issue Joint Resource Guide to FCPA

The United States Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission released last Wednesday long awaited guidance on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. The 120-page document titled "A Resource Guide to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act" provides useful case studies and insight into what constitutes a violation or what might be a mitigating defense. The guide also discusses how often and why the authorities have declined to prosecute public and private companies in the past.

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