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Williams Parker to Host Executive Briefing on Doing Business in China

September 12, 2016

Williams Parker invites members of the business community to join its attorneys and special guests, Maarten Roos and Robin Tabbers, for a presentation on doing business in China. Mr. Roos and Mr. Tabbers, lead partners of R&P China Lawyers (Shanghai) and authors of articles recently published in Requisite V – The International Edition, will provide practical guidance on manufacturing and sourcing in China, strategies for managing a Chinese subsidiary, and best practices for selling to the Chinese market. The briefing will take place Monday, September 19, from 5:30—7 p.m. at the firm’s office in downtown Sarasota (200 S. Orange Avenue). For more information and to register, please email

Williams Parker and R&P China Lawyers work together as part of the Ally Law network to provide solutions to companies doing business internationally. Williams Parker’s corporate clients frequently need assistance on matters such as mergers and acquisitions of or by non-U.S. entities, joint manufacturing or distribution arrangements with non-U.S. entities, labor and employment matters outside the United States, and international tax treaties. The firm regularly works as co-counsel with attorneys in Ally Law to help its clients get the legal support they need wherever it is needed. This network of corporate and tax attorneys operates on a global basis and provides a practical way for companies outside the Fortune 500 to connect with global markets.

R&P China Lawyers is a boutique PRC law firm that supports international business in China. Its attorneys combine in-depth legal expertise and broad experience of the Chinese business environment with a keen understanding of client needs.