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Made in China 2025 Plan

Interesting article by Francois Normand in “Les Affaires”
Our partner Caroline Berube is asked her thoughts given her long experience in China.
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Association of Corporate Counsel “Due Diligence for Worldwide Clients – An Overview” webinar sponsored by Primerus, June 8th, 2017

Caroline Berube was one of the two panellists on the “Due Diligence for Worldwide Clients” webinar organized by the ACC.  Participants learnt about the trends on due diligence in China, India and various Asian jurisdictions.  Regulatory and compliance considerations were discussed, as well as challenges, pitfalls and risks.  Speakers’ information and the presentation can be found here:

HJM Asia Law Women Luncheon 2017, Singapore, May 30th, 2017

HJM Asia Law proudly pursued the tradition and hosted its annual women’s lunch on May 30th, 2017.  This year, HJM invited a group of more than forty (40) women with various backgrounds and expertise to this event, which celebrates women leadership and business successes.  This was another great network opportunity and forum to share each other’s accomplishments and achievements.  HJM’s team is already planning the 2018 edition!

International Bar Association Mid-Year Meetings, Belfast, Northern Ireland, May 23rd to 27th, 2017

As Co-Chair of the Asia Pacific Forum and China Working Group of the IBA, Caroline Berube attended the IBA Mid-Year Meetings in Belfast where she participated in various Officers’ and Council meetings.  You can find more information about the IBA and the APF on their website:

Primerus Asia Pacific Client Seminar 2017, Hong Kong, March 1st and 2nd, 2017 – Employment Law in Asia– Strategies for Protecting Your Greatest Asset

Moderating a session on hiring and firing staff in Asia using a comparative approach with my panellists Edward Sun from Hengtai Law Offices in Shanghai, LiPu Lee from Formosan Brothers in Taiwan, and Suwit Suwan from Navinlaw LLC Primerus in Thailand was interesting and done in a very interactive way including input and questions from some of the 60 attendees involved in legal practices in Hong Kong.  This session was part of the program organised by Primerus, society of world’s top independent boutique law firms. The program was held in conjunction with the Association of Corporate Counsel International Legal Affairs Committee in Hong Kong. The full program of the seminar can be viewed here.