SJTU-NYU Symposium 2014—Beyond Borders: Law, Firms and Markets in the US and China
Date:2013-11-28     Read:408    

Dates: January 17-18, 2014

Location: Westin Hotel, Shanghai, China


SJTU KoGuan Law School

NYU School of Law

NYU Stern School of Business

NYU Shanghai

NYU Program on Corporate Compliance and Enforcement

Key Themes to Be Addressed:

1.       Evolving Securities Regulation and Financial Reporting in China

2.       Corporate Criminal Enforcement, Anti-Corruption, and Compliance

3.       Corporate Criminal Enforcement in China

4.       Corporate Governance and Innovation

5.       Anti-trust Law and Policy

6.       Promises and Challenges of Cross-border M&A and Joint Ventures

7.       Employment and Labor Law

8.       Protecting Growth Through Safety Regulation


1.         Professor Jennifer Carpenter, NYU Stern School of Business, The Real Value of China’s Stock Market

2.         Professor Harrison Hong, Visiting Professor, NYU Stern School of Business, Does Diversity Lead to Diverse Opinions? Evidence from Languages and Stock Markets

3.         Professor Charlie Weng, Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School, Why Still Loud Voice and Little Efficacy? – Assessing the Chinese Insider Trading Enforcement From A Case Analysis Perspective

4.         Professor Jennifer Arlen, Norma Z. Paige Professor of Law, NYU School of Law, Corporate Governance Regulation Through Non Prosecution: Implications of US Enforcement Policy for Firms Operating Across Borders

5.         Vice Dean Kevin Davis, NYU School of Law, Foreign Affairs and Enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

6.         Professor Geoff Miller, Stuyvescant P. Comfort Professor of Law, NYU School of Law, Why Does the Government Encourage Compliance Programs?

7.         XIAO Kai, Shanghai People’s Procuratorate, Financial Crimes Department

8.         SHAM Alain, Deputy Director of Public Prosecutions, Department of Justice, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

9.         Ira Belkin, Executive Director, US-Asia Law Institute, NYU Law School

10.     Professor SHEN Wei, Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School: When Private Equity Meets China – Is Chinese Company Law Good Enough for Private Equity?

11.     Professor David Yermack, Albert Fingerhut Professor of Finance and Business Transformation, NYU Stern School of Business, Smokescreen: How Managers Behave When They Have Something to Hide

12.     Professor Kose John, Charles William Gerstenberg Professor of Banking and Finance, Institutions and Incentives to Innovate: Economic Growth and Optimal Regulation

13.     Professor John Asker, NYU Stern School of Business, Competition Law and the Management of Distribution Channels: Recent Developments in the US and China

14.     Professor Eleanor Fox, Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation, NYU School of Law, Does China’s Anti-Monopoly Law Have Unique Chinese Characteristics? Reflections on Convergences and Divergences in the World

15.     Professor HOU Liyang, Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School, Undesirable Heaviness of China’s Anti-Antitrust Law

16.     Lucy Xu, Counsel, Mergers and Acquisitions, White and Case, Shanghai

17.     Greg Miao, Partner, Skadde, Arps, Slate, Meagher &Flom, Hong Kong

18.     Audry Li, Partner, Zhong Lun Law Firm, Shanghai

19.     Professor Cynthia Estlund, Catherine A. Rein Professor of Law, NYU School of Law, Employee Voice in the Workplace in China: A View from the US and Europe.

20.     Professor ZHU Jun. Shanghai Jiao Tong University KoGuan Law School, Chinese Approach to Post-Employment Covenant Not to Compete – An Analysis Based on Judicial Cases

Access to this event is by invitation only.

Contact Person

MA Xinli

International Programs Office

SJTU KoGuan Law School

Tel. (86-12) 62934761

Email: xinli_ma@sjtu.edu.cn