Llinks Law Offices has added James Wang as a partner in the firm’s Shanghai office. Wang graduated from Fudan Law School with a bachelor’s degree in International Economic Law. Before joining the firm in January 2021, he was a senior partner in a law firm. Wang started his career in 2004, and he has been dealing with internet-related cases since 2006. His expertise is on litigation and non-litigation services of intellectual property in TMT, and he also handled a large number of typical and precedent-setting cases in the industry. Wang enjoys a high reputation, especially in internet antitrust and unfair competition cases, and online game litigation cases.
Paul Hastings has added preeminent investigations and compliance lawyer Phoebe Yan in the life sciences and healthcare practice and the investigations and white collar defense practice as a partner, based in the Shanghai office. Yan has advised a broad client network in the region, and has a deep understanding of local practices and industry trends in Asia-Pacific. She has more than ten years of experience representing multinational clients and Chinese companies in investigations by US and Chinese government agencies, involving anti-bribery, anti-corruption, whistleblower claims, conflict of interests, and other issues, with particular emphasis on life sciences clients. She regularly advises clients on anti-bribery compliance and investigations under the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, before the US Department of Justice, the US Securities Exchange Commission, and other regulatory authorities.