Presented the paper "Amending China's Insider Trading Prohibition—An Immodest Proposal" at the 15th International Conference of the Tsinghua University 21st Century Commercial Law Forum, "Modernization of the Capital Markets' Legal Framework," Beijing, China, October 2015.
Presented "Hu Gang Tong and the Progressive Dismantling of Chinese Capital Account Controls—Inflating or Managing a Bubble?" at the 2015 thebell's "The Next" Global Conference, The Global State of Regulation of Business and Finance, Seoul, Korea, September 2015.
Presented the paper "China's Insider Trading Prohibition—A Critique and Proposal for Amendment" at the China People's University and Asian Development Bank conference "The Rule of Law in China's Capital Markets—Crafting an Investor-Friendly Securities Law and Promoting the Modernization of Capital Markets Governance," China People's University Law School, Beijing, July 2015.
Participant in the Berle VII Symposium: The Nature of the Modern Corporation, presented by The Adolf A. Berle Jr. Center on Corporations, Law, and Society and the Aspen Institute, Seattle, May 2015.
Appointed as international financial law expert for the Asian Development Bank technical assistance project "Improving the Legal Framework for Securities and Futures Markets" to advise the People's Republic of China's National People's Congress on re-drafting of the PRC Securities Law and drafting of a new Futures Law, 2015 and 2016.
Presented the paper "Between a Rock and a Soft Place?—The China Audit Papers Enforcement Problem" at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Law Faculty Centre for Financial Regulation and Economic Development, University of Michigan Law School, and University of Michigan Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies conference, "Private and Public Enforcement of Company Law and Securities Regulation—China and the World," Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China, December 2014.
Presented public lectures based on the paper "Protecting the State from Itself? Regulatory Interventions in Corporate Governance and the Financing of China's State Capitalism" at Zhejiang University Guanghua School of Law, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, and Shanghai Jiatong University KoGuan School of Law and the East China University of Politics and Law, Shanghai, China, December 2014.
Panelist, "Hong Kong Protests—Push for Democracy 25 Years After Tianamen," Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies and Michigan Law School's APALSA, Asia Law Society, International Law Society, and EMALSA panel, Ann Arbor, November 2014.
Presented on the published paper "Enforcement Without Foundation?—Insider Trading and China's Administrative Law Crisis" and its aftermath at the University of Michigan Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies annual conference, "Building State Capacity in China and Beyond," Ann Arbor, October 2014.
Panel discussant on "Evolution of Private Law in China and Taiwan—Business Organization Law," 2014 Asian Law and Economics Association Annual Conference, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2014.
Presented the paper "Dis-enabling Minority Exploitation to Finance State Capitalism: Agency Constraint of Party State Political Economic Power" at the Columbia Law School "China State Capitalism Workshop," New York City, June 2014.
Presented the paper "A New Bonding?—The Coming Race to Emerging Markets for Cross-listing" (V.S. Khanna, coauthor) at the joint Cornell International Law Journal and Peking University Law Review Symposium, "Never the Twain: Emerging U.S.-Chinese Business Law Relations," Ithaca, New York, February 2014.
Presented the paper "'Quack Corporate Governance' as Traditional Chinese Medicine" at the University of Toronto Law School China Law Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, January 2014.
Presented "Quack Corporate Governance as Traditional Chinese Medicine—Firm Organization and the Consequences of China's Unreconstructed Political Economy" at the University of Michigan Center for Chinese Studies Noon Lecture Series, Ann Arbor, November 2013.
Presented the paper "'Quack Corporate Governance' as Traditional Chinese Medicine—The Securities Regulation Cannibalization of China's Corporate Law and a State Regulator's Battle Against Party-state Political Economic Power" at the Tsinghua University Law School Commercial Law Forum's 13th International Symposium on "Corporate Autonomy and Government Regulation," Beijing, China, October 2013.