China and the European Union have a complex relationship of cooperative partnership, economic competition, and systemic rivalry. The uncertain future of the recently concluded EU – China Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI), the EU’s new FDI-Screening-Regulation, the fears of influence and interferences by Chinese sovereign and private investors in European markets, and the geopolitical and geoeconomic considerations affect trade and investment relations.
The Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law at CUHK LAW, DLA Piper and University College London (UCL) Centre for Commercial Law bring together leading practitioners and academics from the Europe, the United Kingdom and China to examine and address critical regulatory developments that affect the future of EU-China trade and investment relations.
About the Speakers:
Prof. Lutz-Christian Wolff, Wei Lun Professor of Law and Dean of CUHK LAW
Ambassador Thomas Gnocchi, Head, Office of the European Union to Hong Kong SAR and Macao SAR
Mr. Nathan Bush, Partner and Head of Antitrust and Competition of Asia, DLA Piper
Dr. Christoph Mager, Partner and Head of Austrian Corporate/M&A Department, DLA Piper
Prof. Bryan Mercurio, Simon F.S. Li Professor of Law, CUHK LAW
Dr. Dini Sejko, Research Associate, Centre for Comparative and Transnational Law (CCTL), CUHK LAW
Ms. Tugce Yalcin, Senior Consultant, DLA Piper
Adv. Joel Slawotsky, Harry Radzyner Law School, Reichman University
Prof. Rehan Abeyratne, Executive Director of CCTL, CUHK LAW
The Hong Kong Law Society has awarded this seminar 2 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.
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