Business and Law: an International Perspective

February 27, 2017 | 12:10 pm - 1:15 pm | Drinko 246

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A panel of Moritz LLM students will talk about their experiences practicing business law in various international contexts, and discuss differences in the practice and culture of business law in other countries and the United States. OSU business law professor Daniel Chow will moderate the discussion. Panelists include:

  • Kazuma “Scott” Segawa holds Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Economics degrees from Chuo University in Japan. He also attended Western Michigan University Cooley Law School as a guest student for one semester. Kazuma has been working as a legal advisor for Alps Electric Co. Prior to that, he worked in the sales department at Teijin Co., Ltd. He was also an adjunct lecturer at Sanno University.
  • Jing Song is an experienced in-house counsel with Beijing Leditong Technology Co, a leading company in the mobile internet games industry, in her home country of China. Prior to this, Jing progressed from Paralegal to Attorney at the Beijing Li Xiaobin firm. She earned a Bachelor of Laws from China University of Political Science and Law, which is one of Moritz’s partner law schools.
  • Aida Montes Peifer, a native of Mexico, graduated with her L.L.B. degree with honors from La Salle University in Mexico City, and was a practicing attorney in Mexico for eight years. A resident of Ohio, Aida also holds a M.Ed. in Student Affairs in Higher Education Administration from Wright State University. She is an active volunteer in the community and previously served as a Board Member of the Dayton Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
  • Eliav Boaron holds a joint LL.B and B.A. in Economics from The College of Management Academic Studies in Haim Striks School of Law in Israel. While attending the university, Eliav assisted in academic research in both criminal and constitutional law and was selected to participate in an LL.M course on “Antitrust Law in the Era of Globalization.” Since graduating, he works as a legal consultant and continues work on his book, The Elements of Israeli Law, intended for first year law and accounting students in Israel.

Daniel Chow (Moderator) – Professor Chow teaches international business law course at Moritz. Professor Chow lived and worked in China for several years as in-house counsel in Procter & Gamble’s China headquarters.

Lunch  provided.

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