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Adam Li

Jun He Law Offices

Shanghai, , CHN


Qi Adam Li is a partner of Jun He Law Offices. He is currently the managing partner of Shanghai office.

Practice Areas
Mr. Li is a corporate lawyer specialized in international mergers and acquisitions, capital market and private equity.

Professional Experience
Since 1991, Mr. Li has advised many Fortune 500 corporations, small medium enterprises as well as Chinese conglomerates, SOEs and private companies for their mergers and acquisitions, debt or equity financing, restructuring, joint ventures and general corporate matters, covering industries of automobiles, banking, consumer products, food & beverage, iron and steel, pharmaceutical, power plants, professional services, telecommunications, real estate developments, technology and wholesale & retails. Mr. Li is also a leading attorney in advising business expansion, investment, or restructuring strategies to his clients, helping them to design effective and efficient legal strategies in accessing new market, protecting corporate and shareholders' interest for both non-contentious and contentious matters in a complicated and cross-border regulatory and business setting. He has also helped more than 100 companies for their domestic or global IPOs and listing on stock exchanges in Shanghai, New York, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, etc.

Mr. Li has been named as the leading lawyer in capital market, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate practice by Asia Law & Practice, Chambers Global, Chambers Asia, Chambers China, Euromoney Expert Guide, International Financial Law Review, among many others almost every year in his active practice since early 1990s to date. 


Education
Columbia Law School, J.D., LL.M.
Fudan University, LL.M., LL.B.

Bar Admissions
Mr. Li is admitted to practice law in New York State, U.S.A. and China.

Pro Bono
Mr. Li worked with ACLU in DeMore v. Kim, a 2002 U.S. Supreme Court case on the U.S. constitutional law and immigration laws. He was also the judge for China Round of the Jessup Moot Court in 2006. Mr. Li was a volunteer arbitrator for Moot Shanghai of 2011.

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