Prof Zhao Yun, Director of the Centre for Chinese Law will be speaking on a panel at Brooklyn Law School on trade disputes involving the United States and China on 21 January 2015. About the Program: The United States and China are major trading partners. Trade issues between the two nations take center stage as leaders negotiate new trade treaties and struggle to resolve disputes under existing legal frameworks. Brooklyn Law School and the Chinese Business Lawyers Association present an evening of dialogue among leading practitioners and professors who will examine current issues in trade disputes between the U.S. and China. Other speakers include two judges from the US Court of International Trade, partners from two leading law firms handling China trade disputes, professors from four law schools, former chairman of Federal Trade Commission, former congressman focused on US-China trade, and a former general counsel of MasterCard.