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Fri, Jun 26


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China: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Join Dan Harris of The China Law Blog and Mike Billman of Columbus' D-Terra as they address a question that is on many people's minds.

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China: Should I Stay or Should I Go?
China: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

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Jun 26, 2020, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

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About the Event

Dan Harris, creator of the popular China Law Blog, and Mike Billman, SVP Marketing & Sales for D-Terra Solutions, will share their persectives on whether US firms should continue putting their eggs in the China basket. Spoiler alert: "it depends."



Dan Harris is internationally regarded as a leading authority on legal matters related to doing business in China and in other emerging economies in Asia. Forbes Magazine, Business Week, Fortune Magazine, BBC News, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Economist, CNBC, The New York Times, and many other major media players, have looked to him for his perspective on international law issues.

Dan writes and speaks extensively on Chinese law with a focus on protecting foreign businesses in their China operations and he has had the rare honor of being designated a “Super Lawyer.”  His China Law Blog, co-authored by HB Lawyer Steve Dickinson, is regarded as one of the best law blogs on the web today. The ABA Journal recently named the China Law Blog to its Blawg Hall of Fame (a designation given to the top 20 law blogs of all time).



Mike Billman joined D-Terra in December of 2014 when NPI was acquired.

Mike leads D-Terra’s sales, product commercialization and marketing  efforts. Mike assists clients in identifying needs, assessing strategies  and approaches to problems and opportunities.

Previous to D-Terra, Mike was VP Sales & Marketing for NPI where he led their sales and marketing efforts. He also worked with clients in evaluating and executing strategies to sell and distribute bio-medical  products and technologies in China.

Previous to NPI, Mike spent more than 10 years at Worthington Steel, a division of Worthington Industries, where he played key roles in sales and management, including leading the sales management team of a $50 million steel processing facility.

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