China and Taiwan Legal and Business News by Pamir Law Group

Please select a category from the list below and click submit to filter news items.

Michael D. Lee Announced as NAPABA 2010 “Best Lawyers Under 40” Honoree


We are proud to announce that Pamir partner Michael D. Lee is a recipient of the The National Asian Pacific American Bar Association 2010 “Best Lawyers Under 40” Award. The announcement was made during NAPABA's 22nd Annual Convention in Los Angeles, CA this week. NAPABA's official announcement states:

Assignment: China - Mike Chinoy in Taiwan


Mike Chinoy, award winning journalist and Senior Fellow at the University of Southern California’s US-China Institute, presented his latest documentary in a joint event by the ECCT China Committee (chaired by Pamir partner Nicholas V. Chen), AmCham, and the Taiwan Foreign Correspondents Club.

Pamir Organizes Legal Department Cost Management Seminar


Pamir Law Group, in association with the Knott Group and the Taiwan Technology Industry Legal Officers Association (TILO) organized a seminar titled "Strategies & Techniques to Manage Legal Costs" yesterday in Taipei.

The seminar described strategies and tactics through which well-coordinated company leadership can, through a business-minded general counsel and the Office of the CFO, create and implement a metrics-driven, process-oriented function.

Pamir Sponsors European Corporate Counsel Summit in Switzerland


Pamir Law Group is glad to join an elite group of Legal Directors, General Counsels, and Chief Litigation Counsels at the European Corporate Counsel Summit 2010, hosted by marcus evans Summits. The event is taking place 26-28 September 2010 at the prestigious Fairmont Le Montreux Palace, Montreux, Switzerland.

Nicholas Chen Speaks at "Hedge Funds Care" Event in NYC

Partner Nicholas Chen delivered a presentation titled "Game-Changing Implications of China/Taiwan Peace Initiatives on World/Asian Markets" as part of Hedge Funds Care's "Cocktails & Commentary" speaker series in New York City.

Syndicate content