Davis Polk partner Patrick Sinclair and counsel Chen Zhu will be among the speakers at American Conference Institute’s 10th Annual China Summit on Anti-Corruption.
Sinclair will present at a workshop, “A Practical Guide to Minimizing Risks of Gift, Entertainment, Event Sponsorship and Donations: How to Support Your Business Development, Sales and Marketing Power within Anti-Bribery Restrictions.” The session will identify concrete and innovative tools and tactics for avoiding the new emerging loopholes presented by gift giving, entertainment, hospitality and events in China.
Zhu’s panel, “How to Resolve Potential Conflicts of Interest: What Should You Do If…,” will address:
- How to handle situation when employee’s family member owns the supplier
- How to establish appropriate business relationship with SOE and government official, or even former government official
- Whether you should hire former government officials
- What action you should take when the romantic relationship occurs
The program will be held June 14-16, 2017, in Shanghai.
For more information, please visit the event website.