The China Syndrome: Competing Regimes Make Due Diligence a Tall Task

Bradley L. Dizik / Akiko K. Goldberg August 16, 2023

The U.S-China relationship has never exactly been a great one- But recent escalations on both sides of the divide have corporations with business interests in China caught in the middle. Bradley L. Dizik and Akiko Goldberg discuss the strain on due diligence investigators.

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Bradley L. Dizik

President, Emerging Issues + Technology

Bradley Dizik advises publicly held, private and not-for-profit institutions on integrity issues, including development and evaluation of ethics and compliance programs and related best practices, institutional structure and culture, risk oversight, board and committee structure, board and executive leadership, independent and internal investigations, and audits and assessments. Mr. Dizik is currently advising the President and Board of Regents of the University of Michigan on the implementation of internal controls and structural and cultural transformation efforts in response to its sexual misconduct crisis. He is also a key member of the team investigating and assessing the Southern Baptist Convention’s handling of sexual abuse allegations and related treatment of survivors and practice reform efforts.

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Akiko K. Goldberg

Managing Director

Akiko K. Goldberg is a multilingual attorney with over 14 years of experience managing complex multijurisdictional and cross-border investigations and litigation. She has significant experience in advising on compliance issues particularly regarding financial institution compliance.