David C. Buxbaum

David C. Buxbaum: Attorney with Anderson & Anderson LLP

Biography

Fluent in both oral and written Chinese, the first American lawyer invited to China to represent American business interests in 1972 after President Nixon's historic visit. Founded the firms first office in Guangzhou (Canton). Well regarded expert on private international and Mongolian, Chinese law who, in addition to being an experienced and highly respected practitioner, has also published extensively in the law field. He has always been the primary author and reviser of the China Law Digest, Mongolia Law Digest and Macao Law Digest for the Martindale-Hubbell directory. Professionally active in international transactional matters, litigation, particularly regarding international business disputes, as well as intellectual property, commodities and securities matters. Active in mining in Mongolia as well. He represented the successful respondents before the United States Supreme Court in the landmark case of Butz v Economou and successfully handled leading IP cases in China, including the famous case namely Microsoft vs Juren.

Harvard University, 1963.

Areas of Practice (11)

  • Private International Law
  • Complex International Litigation
  • Complex International Contracts
  • Joint Ventures
  • Investment Law
  • Commodities
  • Securities
  • Mining Law
  • Trademarks
  • Copyrights
  • Patent, Trademarks and Copyrights Protection

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
976-7011-9339  Phone
976-7011-9669  Fax
www.anallp.com
University Attended:
New York University, B.A., 1954; University of Washington, M.A., 1963; University of Washington, Ph.D., 1968
Law School Attended:
University of Michigan, J.D., 1959
Year of First admission:
1970
Admission:
1970, New York; 1981, California; 1974, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court; 1975, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth and Seventh Circuits; 1978, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit; 1979, U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit; 1991, U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. (Not admitted in Mongolia)
Memberships:
American Bar Association; International Bar Association; State of New York; State of California.
Military:
US Army, Germany, 1954-1956
Languages:
English, Chinese
Birth Information:
New York, New York, July 1933
Reported Cases:
Sole Counsel for Successful Respondents, Butz v. Economou, 438 U.S. 478, 1978; Counsel for Successful Claimants, Microsoft, AutoDesk and WordPerfect v. Juren, Beijing Intermediate Court, 1996. Harcourt Brace vs. An Hui Press (in China) 1996; MacMillian vs An Hui Press (in China) 1996; Microsoft Software vs. Haidian Hui Ruan Computer (in China); Zhong jing zhi chu zi No. 586, 1994; AutoDesk vs Beijing San Hua Electronic (in China); Zhong jing zhi chu zi No. 588, 1994; Lotus vs. Beijing Gao Li Computer (in China); Zhong jing zhi chu zi No. 652, 1994; Novell vs. Beijing Gao Li Computer (in China); Zhong jing zhi chu zi No. 951, 1994; Tianjin Corporation vs Citibank (Guangzhou) Branch (in China), Guangzhou fashi zi No.36,1993; Citibank (Shanghai) Branch vs. Wafangdian Ballbearing Company (Liaoning, China); Da min chu zi di 23 hao, 1998; Procter & Gamble vs. Lu Chaowen, et al, 1993 (criminal case); Xian Antai Pharmaceuticals Corporation vs. General Motors, 1995 Xiyao Zi No. 186; Daewoo vs. Fushan AIC, 1995; Yuri Yaguolaev, Credit Card Fraud, 2008; Dato Mansharove, Shenzhen Custom Problem, 2008; Haim Zeev Orenstein, Alleged Criminal Case in Guangzhou, 2009; Japan vs. Yosef Banda, Heisei 20-nen [2008]-(wa) 904, 2010.
ISLN:
908624865
Transactions:
Real estate investment matters including investment in Shenyang, Xianyang, Guangzhou, Shanghai, leases, land transactions, multi-story building transactions; French Metro Engineering Company, in negotiations with Beijing Metro and others for engineering including connecting circular line and direct line in Beijing; Hong Kong corporation in contractual negotiation with Shanghai Metro, including drafting contract and negotiation for initial design work for Shanghai Metro; representing an American corporation in natural gas project off Hainan in Yinggehai, with contractual negotiations and legal advice; representing in contractual negotiations and undertaking legal work regarding oil equipment and exploration; representing European-Israel corporation meetings and negotiations regarding water projects in Shenyang, Zhenxing, Xuzhou, Xinyi City, Nancheng, Beijing and Yangxin, etc.; representing European Corporation and others in negotiations for Xiamen Dongdu Port and other port projects; assist Mongolian bank in public offering of bonds on Singapore exchange; assist American corporations in public offerings; assist Chinese corporation in due diligence work; assist Hong Kong corporations in drafting and filing convertible debentures; assist French engineering corporation negotiations with Xining airport; assist Chinese airline in leasing aircraft; assist European Bank in finance lease of Airbus to Mongolia airline; help established first joint venture insurance company in China; assist numerous foreign banks in corporate finance activities in China, Mongolia and U.S.A.
Hobbies & interests:
Writing on traditional Chinese, Roman, Israel and Common Law comparison

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