Every company has to deal with legal issues. This committee helps members to gain a clearer understanding of regulatory changes, amendments in the labor law and the application of it. The group will also discuss an challenges in the legal field and offer networking opportunities.

Chair Person:

Roger Bischof                               
Bonnard Lawson
[email protected]

Yaqi Liu                                           
Wenfei Law
[email protected]

Sabine Neuhaus
[email protected]

Upcoming Events:

  Date   Topic Speaker(s)
Tuesday, October 29, 2019Termination of managerial personnel: How to handle it when things come to an endXu Tian, Partner at Eiger

Felix Engelhardt, Associate at Eiger

Thursday, November 28, 2019

The New Foreign Investment Law is Coming – What Companies Need to Know

Cheng Chen, Of Counsel of Kellerhals Carrard

Sabine Neuhaus, Associate of Kellerhals Carrard


Past Events:


Wednesday, June 26, 2019


Introduction to Dispute Settlement Clauses in Contracts


Zhang Zheng, Luther Law Offices

Thursday,  March 14, 2019The New Foreign Investment Law – What Changes and How Will It Impact CompaniesRalph Koppitz, Taylor Wessing
Friday, November 29, 2018Contractual Negotiations in M&A of SME targets in ChinaDr. Leonardo Cereghetti, Kellerhals Carrard

Mr. Cheng Chen, Kellerhals Carrard

Dr. Guojian Xu, Boss & Young

Thursday, July 05, 2018  Supply Chain Integrity – challenges and opportunities in today’s environmentMichael Hickman, Principal at Control Risks
Wednesday, January 31, 2018  New Anti-Unfair Competition Law: What has changed and how can companies comply?Mike Goldammer, Partner of Taylor Wessing

Cara Meng, Senior Associate of Taylor Wessing

Chi Chen, Partner Ernst & Young

Tuesday, Sep 26, 2017Environmental Protection: How Companies Stay ahead of Regulatory and Policy TrendsOlegario Monegal, President of Firmenich China

Felix Ding, Novartis

Peter Corne, Dorsey & Whitney LLP

Tuesday, May 23, 2017CHINA’S NEW CYBERSECURITY LAW: MANAGING RISKS AND LEGAL ISSUECarly Ramsey, Associate Director of Control Risks

Michael Tan, Partner of Shanghai Arbitrator SHIAC