Xiao Liu is an experienced corporate attorney with 14 years of international and domestic transactional experiences in the areas of general corporate, corporate reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts, private equity and all China related inbound and outbound transactions. She is admitted to practice law in CA, NY, IL and China.
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Ms. Liu spent 12 years working in large law firms in Chicago (Bell, Boyd & Lloyd, now K&L Gates), Hong Kong (Herbert Smith) and Beijing (Zhongxin Law Offices). And she is also an In-house...
Jan 14, 2011|Business and Corporate|Private|Completed
Nov 7, 2010|Business and Corporate|Private|Completed
We provide a broad range of legal services to companies and private businesses in the areas of general corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate regulatory compliance, contracts and China law practice.
In many cases, we serve as general counsel for corporations and represent them in issues that arise through all aspects of their evolution and operation - from entity type selection in terms of tax and shareholder liability consideration, original establishment of the enterprise, regulatory compliance, director and shareholder liability, employment issues, to corporate restructuring, corporate financing, mergers & acquisition and dissolution of entity. We represent businesses on entity formation in various jurisdictions. We advise on stock structuring, prepare and draft shareholder agreement or operating agreement. We prepare articles of incorporation, by-laws, board resolutions, shareholder meeting minus and employment handbooks. We advise on corporate regulatory compliance based on employment related issues, shareholder and director liability considerations. We advise on corporate finance and corporate reorganizations.
We represent businesses with their ongoing contractual relationships with customers, service providers, suppliers, distributors, employees, executive officers, and affiliates, among others, by counseling, drafting and negotiating all types of commercial and transactional contracts.
--Mergers and Acquisitions
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