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Corporate, Securities and Business Law Board Advisory Services Compliance/Governance/Best Practices Regulatory Representation Internal Investigations Over 20 years experience in business, legal and management positions, most recently as Executive Vice President and US Corporate and Securities Counsel of a Fortune 50 company, with significant management, supervisory and oversight responsibilities in the areas of risk assessment, strategic planning, corporate governance, legal and regulatory compliance, mergers and acquisitions, privacy issues, and all aspects of corporate, securities, intellectual property and employment law, as well as primary liaison with Management Board and key members of senior management.
A graduate of a top-five law school, Mary Madeline Roberts, Esq. is admitted in New York and has great experience in customizing personalized legal solutions tailored to meet the needs of business and individual clients. Email firstname.lastname@example.org OR visit http://www.marymadelineroberts.legal for a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION. PRACTICE AREAS: corporate and business law, including start-ups, business formations (LLCs, corporations) and existing businesses art and entertainment law contract law, ranging from drafting, negotiating to review. debt disputes commercial litigation EDUCATION: Tufts University, A.B. Political Science & Art History, Summa cum laude, ‘11 University of Chicago Law...
A graduate of Peking University Law School, PRC and Columbia University Law School, Frank Xu is a learned, successful and aggressive advocate. Frank Xu advises small/medium firms, companies and institutions on capital investment, financing contracts and cross-border acquisitions, and provides in-depth research on related U.S. laws, rules and regulations. Frank Xu drafts international trade contracts, commercial and financing agreements, and manages related litigation. Frank Xu is admitted to the New York Supreme Court, United States District Court, S.D.N.Y., United States Federal Circuit, 2d Circuit, and Court of International Trade.