Represented an employee of his employer for claims on bonus and overtime wages as a result of mis-classification of the non-exempt status.
Advised on and continue to counsel a biotechnology client negotiating a financing/investment of $17.5 Million.
Successfully obtain a Preliminary Injunction against a defendant who took and has been in possession of a highly sophisticated digital scanner used for biomedical analysis owned by plaintiff.
Listen to the Recording of the Business law seminar: Legal Obligations and liabilities for Those Involved in Different Business Entities, dated November 24, 2020.
Represented a relief defendant to reach a settlement with SEC, where defendant has in its possession multi-million dollar assets as damages caused by primary defendant's alleged violation of securities law.
Represented a nonprofit organization (who has been out of compliance for five years) reinstating its compliance status with Nonprofit and Public Charity Division of Massachusetts Attorney's Office.
October 20, 2020
Attorney Connie Dai, the Partner of Lion’s Law is honored as Rising Star for her expertise in business/corporate practice by Super Lawyers, which is the sixth (6th) year consecutive year for her to receive such an honor. Click here for more details.
August 2019 to September 2020
Conducted an extensive due diligence for affiliated companies of a Chinese company prepare for Hong Kong IPO.
Represented a drug research and development startup to complete an investment transaction of $9 Million.
Employment Law Seminar I: Dos and Don'ts For Termination of Employment. See Details and Recording.
Represented a drug research company to draft and complete a master service clinic trial agreement with a major hospital in Boston.
Represented a consumer product company in successfully defending a motion for preliminary injunction and trustee process of bank accounts and assets in a business dispute.
Represented an art school in settle with a contractor teacher in matters related to trade secret misappropriation and copyright infringement.