Entrepreneurs will face many legal issues in operating their companies, especially when entrepreneurial need to integrate into the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area. They must also face differences in legal systems in various regions. Therefore, entrepreneurs must understand and abide by relevant laws and regulations to ensure that their interests and entrepreneurial projects can operate in an orderly manner.
The Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship organized the “Law Foundation for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Guangdong and Macao” course. The course aims to provide legal support for UM students who are interested in starting a business or started a business and to popularize the necessary legal knowledge required for starting a business. The course was held on every Wednesday afternoon from 17th March to 28th April 2021. The course attracted over 30 UM students to participate in the 7 training sessions with 14 hours of training, through the coexistence of theory and practice, students have a clearer understanding of the laws related to entrepreneurship in Guangdong and Macao.
The “Law Foundation for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Guangdong and Macao course” has been successfully hold
The students carefully listened to the mentor
“Law Foundation for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Guangdong and Macao” was taught by lawyers that are familiar with civil and commercial law in Macau and Mainland China, including lawyer Miss Lei Weng U, lawyer Miss Charlotte Chow, and lawyer Miss Fátima Lam. The course content covered the establishment of companies in Guangdong and Macao, the company’s articles of association and shareholding structure, the intellectual property, patent, commercial registration and registration systems of the two places, contract law and debt law. The mentors use a simple way to explain the complicated legal terms and ideas. To help the students to build up a deeper understanding of the content, case presentation and exam have been arranged in the last section of the course.