Hai Run welcomes multiple partners in Beijing
Hai Run Law Firm has expanded its professional team by adding Pang Xiaojun as senior partner, and Bai Baoen, Tao Huaan and Zhao Wantong as partners in its Beijing office.
Pang is an expert in criminal and corporate legal risks. He was a partner at King & Capital Law Firm, and has experience in police institutions as well as judicial and enforcement authorities. Pang has acted in many criminal cases, such as large enterprises’ executives using undisclosed information for trading, patent infringement, and illegal acquisition of information system data. He has also advised many large state-owned enterprises and listed companies in criminal legal risks and commercial dispute resolution.
Bai was a partner at Fieldfisher before joining Hai Run. His practice areas include corporate compliance, labour contract, tax dispute, foreign-relate law service. In the area of foreign investment, Bai has participated in the establishment, reorganization and M&A of many multinational companies, involving energy, construction machinery, medical equipment and software. He has also advised a number of domestic and foreign companies on corporate compliance, human resource and tax.
Prior to joining Hai Run, Tao was a partner in Beijing Dongwei Law Firm. He has 28-year’s legal experience, with expertise on economic crime defense. He focuses on general economic crimes, financial securities and tax crime defense and securities and tax administrative dispute resolution. Bai has provided legal advice on embezzlement, bribery, fraudulent fund-raising for a number of companies.
Zhao was a partner at King & Capital Law Firm. She focuses on the legal services for full-life cycle of the enterprise, with experience in equity transfer, M&A, investment and financing, securities funds, civil and commercial dispute resolution. In the past decade, Zhao has provided long-term legal services for state-owned enterprises and private companies.
This is another important lateral hiring of Hai Run after adding Guo Jie and her team in April. In a press release, Hai Run says: “Their joining will further strengthen the comprehensive strength of Hai Run in the professional areas of enterprise criminal risk prevention, intellectual property rights, labour, tax and foreign legal services, and help Hai Run to better provide customers with a full range of one-stop legal services.”
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