Dacheng attorneys give lectures on anti-bribery and anti-corruption at Stryker
A team of attorneys from Dacheng composed of Shanghai-based senior partners Sun Qingnan and Zhang Genwang and Changzhou-based partner Huang Zhimin (who is also director of the Changzhou office) recently gave lectures on anti-bribery and anti-corruption for Stryker Corporation, a Fortune 500 medical technologies company.
Thirteen people from the company’s legal and compliance department, including its vice-president (who is also legal director), general counsel, chief legal officer and legal counsel from operations in the US, India, Japan and China, attended the meeting. Senior partner Dai Jianmin from Dacheng’s Shanghai office and First Law International co-ordinated the event.
Qingnan introduced to the guests Dacheng’s advantage in locations and expertise and Zhimin expressed goodwill in Stryker’s plan to operate in Changzhou.
Genwang delved into China’s legislation on anti-bribery and anti-corruption and its developments and offered a variety of solutions for realising compliance and dealing with violations from the point of view of a labour law attorney.
Stryker commended the attorneys’ lectures, saying they provided new perspectives for the company’s legal and compliance work.
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