DeHeng welcomes multiple partners in Shanghai
DeHeng Law Offices has recently expanded its team in Shanghai office by adding multiple partners: Deng Xueping, Ma Hongtao, Yang Min, Yu Yunbo, Zhao Zhidong and Wu Yanan.
Before Deng started practicing as a lawyer, he had been a procurator for seven years. Prior to joining DeHeng, Deng practiced in AllBright Law Offices. He has expertise in criminal defense and administrative litigation, having represented many major and complex criminal cases tried by the Supreme People's Court and the Higher People's Court.
Ma practiced in Shanghai office of Capital Equity Legal Group, mainly providing legal advisory services and related dispute resolution services in the fields of cosmetics, beauty industry, medical cosmetology and culture. Ma used to work in France for multiple years, and has in-depth understanding of the corporate operations and cultures of French enterprises. Ma has rich experience in serving foreign, especially French, clients on international investment, international trade and other legal affairs.
Prior to joining DeHeng, Yang practiced in AllBright and the Shanghai office of Beijing Long An Law Firm. Yang’s practice areas include private equity funds, M&A and securities. With 18-years’ experience, Yang has advised a number of listed companies and state-owned enterprises on M&A projects, equity restructuring, private stock issuing, major asset restructuring and foreign listing.
Yu practiced in AllBright and Zhong Yin Law Firm’s Shanghai office before joining DeHeng. His main areas include IPO, asset securitization, funds, M&A, as well as tax business. Yu has also worked in the judiciary for many years, after which he advised enterprises like JD Finance and New Da Zheng Property Group. Yu meanwhile holds the certificates of Certified Public Accountant and Certified Tax Agent.
Prior to joining DeHeng, Zhao worked in S&P Law Firm’s Shanghai office and AllBright, focusing on private equity, corporate bonds, M&A, civil and commercial dispute resolution as well as corporate major crisis treatment. Zhao has rich experience in both litigation and non-litigation business. His clients include foreign companies, large state-owned enterprises, “985 Project” universities and listed companies.
Wu practiced in Hai Tong Lawyer before joining DeHeng. Her practice areas include international/domestic ship trading/financing, international and domestic arbitration, insurance, and other commercial and maritime litigation and non-litigation business. Her clients mainly include financial leasing companies, insurance companies, shipowners, freight forwarders and shippers.
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