From China Law Blog: ‘The China NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement). Shut The Barn Door BEFORE The Horse Bolts.’

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This post highlights something that every small business should be aware of and considering when they look to establish manufacturing in China and anywhere else as well: sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement BEFORE you reveal any of your products or prototypes to potential manufacturers. NDAs are relatively easy to produce and used commonly in China, so be wary of anyone unwilling to sign one. If you haven’t already signed one with manufacturers, China Law Blog also propose a contingency plan… Continue reading “From China Law Blog: ‘The China NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement). Shut The Barn Door BEFORE The Horse Bolts.’” »

From China Law Blog: Do you know what your China contract says?

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This post comes from the excellent China Law Blog and highlights a simple but important point: do you actually know what your China contract says? Yes you have a version in your language and one in Chinese but have you checked they say the same thing? It may sound like an obvious detail to check but the author, Dan Harris, observes, “Taking advantage of what looks like a dual language contract is a very old trick, and one I have seen at least a dozen times, and not just with China/Chinese”. Continue reading “From China Law Blog: Do you know what your China contract says?” »