Edward Lehman attends the U.S. Embassy's Independence Day celebration in China on Invitation


LEHMAN, LEE & XU were invited by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing to attend its 232nd annual Independence Day celebration.



[ClickPress, Fri Jul 18 2008] LEHMAN, LEE & XU were invited by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing to attend its 232nd annual Independence Day celebration. The leaders of China¡¯s relevant government departments, ambassadors of foreign Embassies in China and celebrities from all social communities were also invited to attend the event.

The celebration began with the speech of Ambassador Randt (Mr. Clark T. Randt Jr.) of the U.S. Embassy in China. In addition to celebrating Independence Day and deepening exchanges among countries, the guests at the celebration were immersed in talking about some lighter topics like Broadway and American Theatre.

Mr. Lehman as a special guest was warmly welcomed by the officials of the U.S. Embassy while he was entering the hall. Ambassador Randt cordially met with Mr. Lehman. As senior lawyers, Mr. Randt and Mr. Lehman exchanged their views on the latest laws in China. (Note: Clark T. Randt, Jr., is the longest serving United States Ambassador to the People's Republic of China. Mr. Randt was confirmed by the Senate on July 11, 2001, and arrived in Beijing on July 23, 2001.)

Lehman, Lee & Xu is a prominent Chinese corporate law firm and trademark and patent agency with offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Macau, and Mongolia. Long dedicated to promoting legal education, the firm is one of few law firms authorized as an official training site for graduates of Beijing¡¯s major law schools. The firm is managed by Mr. Edward Lehman who is a long-time China resident, and is recognized as a leading expert on corporate law with 20 years of practice experience in Mainland China.

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