Lucille A Barale - Consulting on China Projects

Lucille A. Barale

Ms. Barale has written extensively on the subject of doing business in China and China’s entry into WTO.  A sample of her publications includes:

  • Taking Security: Mortgages and Pledges in Doing Business in China- (Juris Publications 2010)

  • Getting the Deal Through- Public Procurement, Global Competition Review 2006. (with Susan Finder)

  • Getting the Deal Through- Gas Regulation, Global Competition Review 2006.  (with Andrew Hart and Zhou Lin)

  • China Joint Ventures in International Joint Ventures – (Sweet & Maxwell 2005)

  • “A Law Built on Shaky Foundation: Mainland Legislation Using Property as Security Fails Mortgage Lenders and Borrowers,” Financial Times, Legal View, September 28, 2005

  • “The Challenge of China in the WTO,” Luxury Unlimited, January 2005

  • “Trade Rights Stir Sleeping Tiger: Import-export law helps to assuage concerns over registration process,” Financial Times, Legal View, July 14, 2004

  • “Newcomers Set Social Agenda,” Financial Times, Legal View, March 31, 2004

  • “Asia-Pacific Developments: Changes to the PRC Trademark Law,” CIPIC Journal (Vol. 131), December 2002, translated into Japanese by the Customs Intellectual Property Information Center, Japan Tariff Association

  • “As China Enters WTO, An Overview of What is Changing,” Corporate Counsel, January 2002

  • “Building New Strategies: What China’s Entry into the WTO Means for the Way Foreign Companies Access the China Market,” American Lawyer, Inside Asia, July 2001

  • “Project and Infrastructure Finance:  Renewed Efforts for Reform in the Power Sector,” China Law and Practice, February 2001

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