Li Ronghui (Sam)

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Main description

Mr. LI has extensive experience in dispute resolution and compliance investigation. 

Mr. LI has been working in law firms since 2005. He is committed to dispute resolution and compliance investigation, and is skilled in legal analysis of complicated cases. 

In the area of dispute resolution, Mr. LI has represented clients in a large number of cases with respect to international and domestic trade & investment, real estate, construction, banking and finance, credit cards, non-performing assets, insurance, labor, personal injury and death, intellectual property rights, corporate governance and administrative & criminal proceedings. Mr. LI is familiar with business transactions and values the business demands of clients. 

Besides advising clients in daily compliance and assisting in compliance policy/program improvement, Mr. LI has engaged in dealing with government investigations at home and abroad, crisis management, and internal investigations. He has cooperated with foreign lawyers in many cases related to FCPA and other laws with exterritorial effects. He has provided services for clients of many industries including telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, medical device, automotive, sports brand, luxury brand, manufacturing, and IT.

Work experience

  • Llinks Law Offices (2005 -2006)

  • King & Wood Shanghai (2006 - 2010)

  • Wikborg Rein Shanghai Office (2011 -2013)

  • King & Wood Mallesons Shanghai (2013 - now) (seconded to KWM London office for a short period)

Education background

  • Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (now Shanghai University of International Business and Economics) LLM (2005)

  • Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade (now Shanghai University of International Business and Economics) B.A. (International Economics and Trade) (2002) Minor (Law) (2002)

Working languages

  • Chinese

  • English



Location

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