China’s state secrets law is the source of much angst for lawyers. While the concept of protecting state secrets is straightforward – and common to most countries – the breadth and ambiguity of China’s law, and the inconsistent way it is enforced, create unique compliance challenges for companies operating in the PRC, particularly those faced with an internal investigation of a possible anti-corruption violation. In the first part of this two-part series on China’s state secrets law, we discussed the relevant legal framework and how state secrets are defined. In this second article, we discuss six concerns a company needs to address when formulating a sensible investigation strategy based on insights from lawyers on the ground in China. See “Fighting the Dynamic War on Corruption in China” (Oct. 21, 2015).