Andrew works in various areas of law, with a focus on property law, land law and relational property law. He also has experience in representing the courts and has represented clients in a variety of cases. Chen Legal provides legal services to people from all walks of life, from individuals to large corporations. We value everyone equally and are committed to providing high quality legal services. Grace assists David in a variety of legal matters, with a focus on property law, land law and family law. Senior CounselE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org | Mobile: 021 0295 3928 | WeChat: Shao02102953928 Email: email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org@email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org@email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org@email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org@email@example.com@firstname.lastname@example.org@oty.edu | Website: Not available Director and DirectorEmail: email@example.com | Mobile: 021 989 595 | WeChat: chenlisnz Chen Legal was founded in 2019 by David Chen, a local in the Takapuna area. From the beginning, our firm has established a strong connection with the North Shore and the migrant community, and we consider this strong sense of community to be one of our founding principles. Chen Legal`s goal is to ease the heavy burden of our clients` legal processes and give them security and security in relation to their legal problems. We understand the challenges migrants face when settling and investing in real estate and business in New Zealand. We strive to bridge the legal and cultural gap between migrants` countries of origin and New Zealand. Grace Peng grew up in China.
She earned her Bachelor of Laws and Master of Copyright law and then practiced family law at the Women`s Federation of China for five years. Raymond now focuses on property law, family law, labour law and has experience in the field of work and security. Grace completed her New Zealand Law Degree (LLB) at Auckland University of Technology and was called to the Bar in 2021. David specializes in advising pharmaceutical, biotechnology, digital health and medical device companies on their transactions that span the entire value chain, including early-stage drug discovery collaboration, drug candidate licensing and licensing, CMO and CRO agreements, delivery, distribution, advertising and cross-sectoral digital health initiatives. Relationship ownership – separation and subcontracting agreements. David is a strategic, transaction and life protection advisor in life sciences and technology based in Ropes & Gray`s Shanghai office. He regularly advises clients in the life sciences and technology sectors on strategic collaborations, intellectual property transactions, general business matters and monetization, data protection and protection. He also frequently advises private equity funds and other financial institutions on investment and financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and foreign direct investment in the APAC region. He often advises clients on the protection and use of their data, patents, trade secrets, copyrights, trademarks and other intellectual property rights in China. You will leave the California State Bar website and be redirected to an external web address provided to the State Bar by a California licensed attorney.
State Bar relies on attorneys to maintain accurate and up-to-date lists of websites and makes no warranties or other representations as to the accuracy, content or policies of external websites or for any link below. Andrew Shao was born in China and completed most of his studies in Auckland. He completed his law studies at the TUE and was called to the bar in 2015. Prior to joining Chen Legal, he worked as a general practitioner and visa administrator. Ropes & Gray represented Bain Capital Private Equity in connection with the acquisition and related financing of a majority stake in Classys Inc., the South Korean manufacturer of medical-aesthetic devices. The multi-million dollar transaction to acquire a file. David Y. Chen is an attorney in the Litigation and Enforcement practice group.
David focuses his practice on state and internal investigations, white-collar criminal defense, trade secret issues, securities litigation and complex civil litigation. With a particular focus on Asia, David represents clients in investigations related to potential violations of the Foreign Bribery Practices Act and other global anti-bribery laws. David also conducts anti-corruption due diligence and assists clients in developing and implementing internal compliance programs. Ropes & Gray represented Shanghai-based biotech company LianBio as issuer advisor in a $325 million IPO, one of the largest biotech IPOs of 2021. The company sold 20.3 million American Depository Shares for $16 per share. Additional. To access the website, click Go Now or disable your browser`s pop-up blocker. Acquisitions and sales of companies (whether through shares or company assets) After obtaining his law degree and admission to the bar in 2015, he practiced as a lawyer in real estate and family law and gained a very good reputation in the Chinese and local community.
David also regularly advises mobile apps, mobile games, digital media, and data-driven businesses on their transactions with mobile apps, mobile games, and the development, distribution, and sharing of content data. He is originally from California, has lived and practiced in China since 2009 and is fluent in Chinese (Mandarin). The following issues were addressed prior to joining Ropes & Gray: Corporate Constitution and Resolutions – Business Structures Prior to joining Ropes & Gray, David was a litigation partner at a large international law firm in Washington D.C. While in law school, David articled at the U.S. Attorney`s Office for the District of Maryland and worked as a student attorney at the American University Criminal Justice Clinic. He performed at Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court in Vienna, Austria, and received an honorable mention as Best Oral Lawyer. Address: David W Chen PC Law Firm, 1300 Clay St Ste 600, Oakland, CA 94612-1427 Raymond Song was born in China and moved to New Zealand in 2004.
After obtaining his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Waikato, he was admitted to the Auckland Bar. David Chen was born and raised in mainland China, where he studied marine biology at Xiamen University. He moved to New Zealand in 1999 and worked as a real estate agent after completing his MBA studies, where he successfully managed three real estate agencies. David has maintained an active and varied pro bono practice. On behalf of his clients, David has appeared before the U.S. Immigration Court, the DC Superior Court and an arbitral tribunal and has litigated. He has also filed briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court and the Immigration Appeals Board. In 2016, David travelled to Nairobi, Kenya, to participate in Ropes & Gray`s first partnership with Lawyers Without Borders to train local litigation practitioners.