Traditionally, in-house lawyers in China have not been viewed as a core component of business strategy, but this has changed massively in recent years, with in-house counsel increasingly looking to get involved in major decision-making. Myra Gao discusses her role at Danfoss China, the growing attention she pays to export control developments on both sides of the Pacific, the company’s quick and early response to COVID-19, as well as the rapid development of China’s environmental regulations.
Myra Gao is Head of Legal at Danfoss China and winner of the General Counsel of the Year International at our recent China Law and Practice Awards 2020.
The China Law Podcast is a weekly podcast exploring China’s business and financial sectors from a legal perspective, hosted by Vincent Chow. Get in touch at email@example.com with any feedback and ideas for future episodes.
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18:32 In-house counsel as business partners rather than just lawyers
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