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Miller Canfield Co-Hosts China-U.S. Business Seminar with Detroit Chinese Bar Association

November 24, 2010

The law firm of Miller Canfield will co-host a China-U.S. business seminar with the Detroit Chinese Bar Association (DCBA) on Wednesday, December 1, from 6:00-9:00 p.m. at the Detroit Marriott Livonia Hotel in Livonia, Mich. (17100 Laurel Park Drive North).  The firm has assembled its top lawyers from the China Business Team as well as the Corporate, Global Business, Immigration, Litigation, Tax and Labor and Employment groups to help Chinese companies better understand business and legal issues in today’s global marketplace and to assist more U.S. and Chinese companies with business growth and development.

The seminar will include discussions on the following topics:
• Merger and Acquisition Trends
• Important Tax Issues and Changes:
- Executive Compensation
- Qualified Retirement Plans
- Taxes in Michigan
• Dispute resolution, Immigration and EB5s
• Dispute resolution and litigation activity:
- I.P.
- Trade Secrets
- Non-competes
• Networking: U.S. and China companies including purchasing representatives

The seminar is free of charge for attendees and a light dinner (hors d’oeuvres) will be provided. Contact the DCBA at 248-496-5325 with questions.

The Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA) is a Metro Detroit based international business association that promotes entrepreneurships within the Chinese American Community and fosters beneficial business relationships between Chinese and American government agencies, organizations and private corporations.

Miller Canfield’s China practice helps Chinese companies with business and legal needs as well as expansions to North America and Europe. In addition, the firm assists clients with their business expansion plans in Asia. For more information, visit