O’Melveny Partner Nathan Bush and Counsel Bingna Guo to Discuss FCPA Trends at China Entrepreneurs’ Corporate Governance Conference

June 06, 2011



CONTACT:           Julie Fei

                                O’Melveny & Myers LLP


                                213.440.7792 (cell)




WHO: Nathan G. Bush, a partner in the Litigation Department in O'Melveny & Myers' Beijing office, and Bingna Guo, a counsel in the International Litigation Practice also in O’Melveny’s Beijing office, are available to discuss the trends in litigation against international companies under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. They can also address the burgeoning number of lawsuits -- nearly 25 filed so far this year, comprising more than a quarter of all securities class actions in the US -- targeting US-listed Chinese companies for their methods for coming to market.


WHEN: Both Nathan Bush and Bingna Guo are speaking at the inaugural China Entrepreneur Corporate Governance conference, being held June 10, 2011, at the St. Regis Hotel in Beijing.


WHAT:  China Entrepreneur orchestrates monthly events in Beijing and Shanghai that cover various issues affecting today’s entrepreneurs, as well as provides an effective networking opportunity for entrepreneurs in similar fields. Events have grown to more than 200 participants, mainly chief executives and chief financial officers, from around the world.


If you’d like to speak with Nathan Bush, Bingna Guo, or another partner in the China Litigation Practice, please contact Julie Fei at the number or e-mail listed above.


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