During the pandemic, we have seen a rapid increase of commercial disputes between Belgian and Chinese companies. The cross-border business is facing serious challenges and it is difficult to ensure the success of international deals.
During our one-hour webinar, we will help you understand some of the common mistakes made in international contracts with Chinese parties, the details you should pay attention to, and also some important lessons our own clients have learned the hard way. Additionally, we will discuss what to do if a breach occurs, and how to seek proper relief in order to mitigate loss and seek remedies through debt collection processes in China.
During this webinar, Ying Fang of Da Wo Law Firm Shanghai and Ava Tu of Monard Law Brussels will provide insights into commercial disputes that occur as a result of common and recurring mistakes, as well as some ways to resolve these dispute. Da Wo is an international law firm based on Shanghai and Monard Law is a full service law firm based in Belgium.
Benefiting from the presence in both countries, these two law firms have been collaborating closely to assist the needs of Belgian clients in doing business in China. What worth noting is that Da Wo has established a specialized debt collection team to assist you in collecting outstanding debts from your Chinese counterparties.