China’s draft Cybersecurity Law sets out a framework for China’s cybersecurity regime, responding to the needs set out in the National Security Law to ensure “safe and controllable” systems and data security in critical infrastructure.
William Marshall is a partner in Baker & McKenzie´s Hong Kong/China Taxation Practice Group. His main areas of practice are international trade, customs, indirect tax, and corporate advisory work related to supply chain and distribution strategies in China and Hong Kong. In addition, he represents private and sovereign government clients in trade remedy proceedings. Mr. Marshall has written and is regularly invited to speak on China and Asia Pacific customs, international trade, sourcing and supply chain issues. He is admitted to practice in Hong Kong, New York and New Jersey.