Hosted by Llinks Law Offices
, this webinar series is designed to keep you updated with the latest legal and regulatory environment in China.
The third Webinar will focus on China's Data Laws:
In the era of a digitalized economy, one cannot underrate the importance of data. Data is the lifeblood of businesses; with governments the focus of data governance is national security; and for individuals they are more concerned with privacy protection.
In this webinar, we will explore China’s data classification laws and share case studies on how foreign entities in China can strike a balance between data utilization and compliance.
, Partner of Llinks Law Offices, Shanghai
David graduated from Harvard Law School with a LL.M. and obtained his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Shanghai Jiao Tong University China. David is admitted to practice law both in China and New York State, U.S.
David has more than 19-years of practice experience in China and U.S. He has gained in-depth knowledge on Chinese and international commercial cultures and legal systems.
David specializes in Compliance (data and privacy, anti-corruption and antitrust), Corporate and Commerce, M&A, Cross-border Transactions and PE/VC.
Prior to joining Llinks Law Offices, David worked for two well-known Chinese law firms, and most recently worked for a Fortune 500 Company as its APAC General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer.
David has been highly recommended for a wide range of corporate practices by his clients including MNCs, Chinese SOEs and private clients.
David is qualified to serve on the board of PRC listed companies as an independent director. He is also listed as a recommended antitrust and competition lawyer by Legal 500 and a recommended corporate and compliance lawyer by Chambers. In 2018 and 2019, David was listed as one of the top 10 lawyers in the field of "Cybersecurity and Data Protection" in China by Legal Band. In 2019, the service team led by David was recommended as a leading team in the field of data security and privacy protection by China Business Law Journal.
For details and to register to the full series of "How to Establish and Safe Guard Your Operations in China" by Llinks Law Offices, please visit: