Chris C. Mou is a partner at MWE China Law Offices. Her practice focuses on compliance, anti-monopoly, regulatory and white collar crime practices, with extensive experience in FCPA due diligence, compliance programs, and internal investigations. She is also familiar with tax laws and general corporate matters. She has provided legal advice to multi-national companies in various industries including retail, food and health care, chemical, oil, insurance, manufacturing, venture capitals and private equity.
Prior to joining MWE China, she worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and a leading international law firm.
Provided anti-monopoly trainings to sales teams of a leading U.S. water heater company
Provided trainings on government dawn raid to a French baby milk substitute company to its Chinese subsidiaries in northern China
Represented a U.S. oil company in conducting FCPA due diligence on all of its Asian agents, which cover 43 companies in 7 countries
Represented a U.S. medical device company in conducting FCPA due diligence on its distributor in China
Assisted a Chinese company which is listed in U.S. to design an FCPA policy and program and provide training to its executives and sales team
Advised a U.S. listed company in dealing with a commercial bribery investigation on its wholly owned subsidiary in China from the local prosecution office
Advised the world’s biggest retailer in assisting its Chinese subsidiaries to rectify various tax returns including but not limited to corporate income tax, individual income tax, value added tax, and business tax. The project covered 107 stores which were governed by more than 25 tax authorities
Advised one of the biggest hotel companies in dealing with an investigation from the State Administration of Foreign Exchange
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