China and Taiwan Legal and Business News by Pamir Law Group

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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.


Pamir Law Group and Founder Squad Offer Training for Local Entrepreneurs

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Pamir Law Group and the Founder Squad officially launched the “Squad Training” workshop series, which aims to provide local Taiwan entrepreneurs with practical and effective tools and skills to manage and grow their businesses. The inaugural workshop entitled “How to Protect Your Rights Before Starting Your Business” was conducted by Greg Buxton.


Subsidy for Green Vehicle Consumption by Individuals in China

On 31 May 2010, the PRC Ministries of Finance, Technology, Industry and Information Technology and the State Development and Reform Committee jointly issued a policy of subsidies for purchasers of new energy vehicles.


Nick Chen Speaks at Pinkerton Event on How to Handle Business Related Disputes in China

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Partner Nicholas V. Chen joined a panel of legal and security experts for Pinkerton Consulting Services first educational event of 2012, titled "How to Handle Business Related Disputes in China." Other panelists included, Christopher Loke of Siemens Ltd., James Traister of Delphi Corporation., and Pinkerton's own John Lee.


Partner Nicholas Chen nominated to Association of Yale Alumni Assembly

AYAThe Association of Yale Alumni has nominated Pamir Law Group Partner Nicholas V. Chen to serve on the AYA Assembly as an At-Large Delegate.


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