2021 

Jan - JUN

June 2021

  • We advised a real estate brokerage company on applying and obtaining brokerage license and developing agent agreement, property management agreement, and lease addendum.

  • Our office represented a Chinese dental product manufacturer client negotiating a satisfactory resolution with its distributor in New Jersey owing a large amount of payment.

May 2021

  • We represented multiple investors from Hong Kong, China and Korean to conduct a comprehensive legal due diligence on a biotechnology company for a Series D financing. 

  • IRS approved the 501(c)(3) application we prepared for Sino-American Medical Association Inc. 

  • We represented a Canadian aesthetic business based in British Columbia to obtain refund of a significant deposit on an aesthetic medical device from a seller based in Massachusetts. after the seller's steadfast rejection to the client's first cease and desist letter from its Canadian counsel. We identified and argued seller's consumer fraud and violation of Massachusetts consumer protection law (M.G.L. c.93A), thus causing the contract to be null and void. Seller agreed to the refund.

  • We successfully obtained a summary judgment on overtime wages owed to several tour bus drivers by its employer a tour bus company. 

April 2021

  • Successfully requested a refund of two months rent for a restaurant client for the business closure from March to June, 2020 due to Governor's Covid-19 order.

  • Court granted a motion to dismiss our client, a co-defendant for $280,000 in contract dispute.

  • Listen to the Recording​ of the Estate Planning seminar: Special Edition Q&A, dated April 7, 2021.

  • ​Listen to the Recording​ of the Intellectual Property Law seminar: Trademark and Trade Secrets, dated April 1, 2021.

March 2021

  • ​Listen to the Recording​ of the Estate Planning seminar: Estate Planning Protects You and Your Family, dated March 11, 2021.

February 2021

  • Attorney Connie Dai is featured on Suffolk Law School Instagram, click HERE.

  • Represented an heir of a Chinese citizen died of cancer in Boston in a motion for relief for a probate proceeding regarding the deceased's bank account of approximately $800,000 reasoning Massachusetts court lacks motion for relief for a probate proceeding regarding the deceased's bank Represented an heir of a Chinese citizen died of cancer in Boston in a  jurisdiction, court granted motion.

  • Prevailed in having court deny a motion for preliminary injunction enjoining client defendant from selling her business while she was accused by plaintiff for failure to repay a loan of over $350,000.

January 2021

  • Counseling a client on responding to an investigation on irregular trading activities initiated by Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

  • Attorney Connie Dai is admitted U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York.