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U.S. Listed Chinese Companies Attracting Scrutiny, Securities Suits

For reasons I am sure they find good and sufficient, Chinese companies have been seeking listings on the U.S. securities exchanges. The Chinese companies (or at least some of them) have also been discovering an added side-effect of a U.S. listing - that is, exposure to a class action lawsuit under...

Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Launches Task Force To Address Problems Facing Chinese Companies With U.S.-Traded Securities

By: Gerard G. Pecht , Jeffrey A. Blount , Stephen Mark Dollar , Peter Stokes and Mark Thomas Oakes Fulbright Briefing Chinese companies with securities traded in the United States are facing mounting scrutiny from U.S. regulators, plaintiff's lawyers, and short sellers. Fulbright &...

Balancing China’s Interests with Need for Inspections

The current China hot button appears to be a series of meetings between representatives of the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, and their counterparts in China. The hope is to convince the PRC government to allow the US regulators to inspect the audits...