Asia Practice

Hunter Taubman Fischer & Li’s Asia practice group represents Asian companies that do business and/or list their securities in the U.S., as well as U.S. companies with operations and activities in Asia. Lawyers in this group have been active for many years in representing multinational entities, public and private companies, strategic investors, broker-dealers, and other financial institutions in their business activities throughout Asia across a wide range of transactions and matters. Attorneys in the Asia Practice Group are also fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and Japanese.

Our attorneys have extensive experience in assisting Asia-based companies with cross-border financing, cross-border acquisitions, listing of ADRs and direct stock listings in the U.S., as well as compliance with U.S. regulations. From mergers & acquisitions to securities law to general corporate law and due diligence, our Asia Practice Group assists Asia-based companies to successfully conduct business in the U.S., and to remain in compliance with U.S. corporate laws and regulations.

We have also assisted numerous U.S.-based clients with establishing joint ventures in Asia, acquiring or creating foreign subsidiaries or branch operations, and various other cross-border transactions. We have extensive experience in dealing with the unique issues that often arise in the context of cross-border business transactions. We also maintain contacts with reputable professionals in Asia who can assist U.S.-based companies with all of their corporate and compliance needs in Asia.

Additionally, when dealing with cross-border business transactions, disputes often arise. Hunter Taubman Fischer & Li assists our clients to assess the legal risks and liabilities before problems emerge. However, should a dispute arise, our attorneys have the experience to assist our clients to navigate complex cross-border issues and resolve them through settlement negotiations, litigation or through various forms of alternative dispute resolution (including arbitration and mediation).