Ms. You Yang is a partner at King & Wood Mallesons. Ms. You Yang specializes in trusts, trust asset management, real estate and corporate law, as well as litigation and arbitration.
Ms. You's practice in the area of trusts includes the dispute resolution in terms of various trusts schemes, equity derivatives and creditors' rights, handling cashing disputes, matters in relation to compulsory enforcement of notarial creditors' rights documents relevant to trusts schemes, trust schemes framework structuring, contract text revise and other related litigious and non-litigious practice. Ms. You's experience in real estate includes pre-project analysis, deal structuring and design, financing, land usage rights applications, expropriation/condemnation and compensation of land rights/properties, engineering projects, advance & post-construction sales, property management, mortgages, transfers and other related litigious and non-litigious business. Her corporate experience includes corporation establishment, outbound investment, insolvency and restructuring, share transfers and other related litigious and non-litigious business.
Ms. You has represented a wide range of well-known trusts various multinationals, and other companies engaged in asset management business in their litigious and arbitral matters. She has led a number of complex financial cases and achieved positive outcomes for her clients, by providing innovative commercial solutions. Over many years of practice, Ms. You has not only accumulated extensive experience, but has also developed a great reputation among clients for her high-quality professional service and client-centric approach.
Ms. You has been granted as one of the “China Client Choice Top 20 Lawyers” by ALB in 2015 and in 2017 again.
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Ms. You joined King & Wood Mallesons in 2002. Prior to this, Ms. You worked at China Aidi Group and at China resource Group.
Ms. You graduated from the Southwest University of Political Science & Law from where she received her LL.B. She passed the PRC Bar Exam in 2001.
The working language of Ms. You is Chinese.