9 February 2010
This is the second in a two-part series of updates focussing on the topic of civil action rights under the AML.
In Part I (available here) we looked at the basis for AML civil actions, before turning to examine five of the more notable cases concluded so far - commonly referred to as the GAQSIQ case, the China Mobile case, the Shanda case, the Baidu case and the Beijing Netcom case.
In this Part II, we seek to identify the major themes that can be drawn from these cases, and related lessons that should be heeded by companies operating in (or selling into) China.
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