Linda Ji has extensive experience representing domestic and international clients in connection with a wide range of business matters, with a particular focus on cross-border corporate and commercial transactions between China and the United States. Linda represents clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies in myriad industries, including life sciences, health care, technology, real estate, consumer products, manufacturing and private equity.
Linda has represented both Chinese and US companies in a variety of transactions in the United States, including equity investments, venture capital and debt financings, mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, joint ventures, technology licensing, strategic collaborations, as well as corporate governance, equity compensation and stock plan options, and other operational matters. Linda also counsels US and European companies on doing business in China, advising on such matters as corporate structuring, acquisition, compliance, IP enforcement and profits repatriation.
Linda develops for her clients tailored strategies and practical solutions under both Chinese and US laws. Her work often spans several practice areas, and she collaborates with lawyers across the Firm in tax, export control, labor and employment, immigration, intellectual property, regulatory, and real estate to provide full-range services to her clients.
Prior to coming to the United States, Linda worked at the Ministry of Commerce of PR China (MOFCOM) in Beijing. At MOFCOM, she negotiated bilateral treaties between China and other countries concerning reciprocal protection of private investments and participated in drafting laws and regulations concerning foreign investments in China.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Linda Ji