On February 7, 2022, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Illinois unsealed an indictment against Hytera Communications Corporation, Ltd. (“Hytera”), a company headquartered in Shenzhen, China, and several individuals, charging each with conspiracy to commit theft of trade secrets.[1]  The indictment’s allegations parallel those made in two civil complaints Motorola Solutions Inc. (“Motorola”) filed against Hytera for theft of trade secrets and patent infringement in the same Court in 2017.[2]
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Cleary Gottlieb and Tiantong & Partners 天同律师事务所 continue their collaboration to produce joint analyses regarding some of the current U.S. regulatory challenges for Chinese companies.  This fourth analysis is based on a case study of U.S. sanctions imposed against China Ocean Shipping Company (COSCO), one of the world’s largest shipping companies, and considers sanctions risk

Cleary Gottlieb and Tiantong & Partners 天同律师事务所 continue their collaboration to produce joint analyses regarding some of the current U.S. regulatory challenges for Chinese companies.  In light of renewed interest in China on the topic of U.S. long-arm jurisdiction, this third analysis reviews lessons learned on civil personal jurisdiction from cases involving the Bank of

Cleary Gottlieb and Tiantong & Partners 天同律师事务所 are continuing their collaboration to produce joint analyses regarding some of the current U.S. regulatory challenges for Chinese companies.  This second analysis is based on a case study of U.S. efforts to extradite Huawei’s CFO, Meng Wanzhou, from Canada, and considers risk mitigation for Chinese corporate executives travelling

Cleary Gottlieb and TianTong Law Firm recently produced a joint analysis regarding some of the current U.S. regulatory challenges for Chinese companies.  The analysis is based on a case study of the national security review concerning the video sharing network TikTok, and an analysis of the Chinese government’s powers under Chinese law to obtain and