NatLaw is pleased to share a short article discussing Natlaw's recent Pac-Rim Colloquium on Economic Development and the Harmonization of Commercial Law held in Shanghai in January 2015 prepared by Emily Yu, Executive Director and the Head of China TS/Trade Legal for JP Morgan Chase in Shanghai. Ms. Yu participated in the Colloquium as a panelist for the Secured Transactions discussion and presented specially on the state of the secured lending legal framework in China. View the full post to read Ms. Yu's article.
On March 26, 2015, Dr. Boris Kozolchyk, President and Executive Director of the National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade (NatLaw) and Evo DeConcini Professor of Law at the James E.
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NatLaw is pleased to announce the success of the the Second Pacific-Rim Colloquium on Economic Development and the Harmonization of Commercial Law held at the Shanghai University of International Business and Economics in Shanghai, China from January 8-10, 2015.
NatLaw Chairman of the Board Phil Robbins released an update on cross-border international law and commerce in mid-November. This update covers news from the recent U.S. Mexico Bar Association Conference that took place in Mexico City, Mexico in October 2014 and highlights the involvment of NatLaw and other Arizona speakers.