Upcoming Events

New South Wales

Canberra: China Business Breakfast

24 June 2015

Moulis Legal, 6/2 Brindabella Business Circuit, Brindabella Business Park, Canberra International Airport

We invite you to join us for a practical discussion on doing business in China, highlighting the most recent developments impacting on your business with the world’s biggest economy. In this seminar we will cover the topic of intellectual property rights in China – how should you protect and how can you profit from this key asset in your China business?
This is the first of a new series of breakfast seminars to be hosted by the Australia China Business Council and Moulis Legal for the purpose of  providing ACT businesses with useful and practical tools to access the growing two-way trade and investment between the two countries.
The ACBC Breakfast Series is an opportunity to learn about business in and with China, and to discuss and workshop your own China business issues with like-minded individuals and professional experts. It is open to ACBC members as well as non-members.


Daniel Moulis is the founder and principal of Moulis Legal. He has extensive experience in advising and representing businesses on cross-border contractual and commercial matters, on private sector investment, customs law, WTO trade “rules” and other WTO disciplines, free trade agreements, international investment and arbitration. As well as advising Australian and Chinese private sector clients in their business dealings, he has been Australian trade law counsel for China’s Ministry of Commerce in many of its regulatory and treaty-related dealings with Australian Government agencies over the past 20 years. 
Emily Murphy is a member of the Moulis Legal team based in Brisbane. She practices in the areas of commercial law, dispute resolution, competition-related litigation and intellectual property. Emily’s clients include SMEs involved in cross-border business between China and Australia. She has recently defended a number of Australian organisations against public and private trade barriers in the areas of internet-related copyright and standards compliance.

Event details:
Date:                Wednesday, 24 June 2015
Time:                7.30am to 8:30am
Venue:             Moulis Legal 
                          6/2 Brindabella Business Circuit
                          Brindabella Business Park
                          Canberra International Airport
Cost:                Free Event
RSVP:              COB Friday, 19 June 2015

A light breakfast will be provided
Please contact ACBC should you have any further queries.