DaHui Lawyers is pleased to announce that Chris Chen has joined the firm as a Partner. With more than ten years’ experience at a prominent U.S. law firm working on Asian and U.S. capital markets transactions, Chris will bring a wealth of experience to DaHui Lawyers and will make an immediate contribution to the firm’s corporate team.
“It’s a great opportunity to join such a promising and ambitious PRC law firm. I have known many of the lawyers here for several years and have been impressed with their professionalism and commitment to excellence. It’s great to be able to join forces finally,” Chris said. “Domestic and international clients increasingly demand dynamic and innovative legal services of the highest professional standards from China’s law firms, which is exactly what the team of experienced and energetic lawyers at DaHui offer. I look forward to building a world-class PRC law firm with the rest of the team.”
Richard Ma, Managing Partner of DaHui Lawyers, said: “I know Chris through his work, and I couldn’t think of anyone better to kick off our growth in 2014. We look forward to solid development of our corporate and transactional practice with Chris on board.”
Chris Chen joins DaHui Lawyers from Shearman & Sterling in Beijing, where he was Counsel. His practice focuses on cross-border capital markets transactions, representing issuers and underwriters on IPOs, secondary offerings and debt offerings. Chris also has considerable experience advising on mergers and acquisitions, venture capital investments as well as compliance matters. Chris received a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a Bachelor of Laws degree from Renmin University of China. He is a U.S.- and China-qualified lawyer with more than ten years’ experience studying and working in the United States.
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