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June 2022

  • We represented a Chinese company designing and manufacturing chips to conduct pre-IPO due diligence for its affiliated subsidiaries in the U.S.

  • We assisted a Chinese biotechnology company's subsidiary in the U.S. to develop an employment offer, employment agreement, proprietary information, assignment of intellectual property right, non-solicitation and non-compete agreement and employment handbook. 

  • We represented a Chinese leading kitchen cabinet manufacture to file a lawsuit in Federal District Court asserting damages over $6,000,000 against a distributor in Massachusetts, for causes of action include, breach of contract, breach of shareholder and board of director's fiduciary duty, conversion, wrongful interference with business and contractual relations, conspiracy, aiding and abetting and pierce corporate veil.

  • Our office won a motion for plaintiff client when defendant attempted to add additional counterclaims after court ruled defendant's first counterclaim be dismissed. This is a significant victory for this case that lasted for 17 months and has yet concluded.

  • We represented two individual and one business clients to reach a satisfactory settlement with opposing parties who distributed defamatory statements to a large group of people. 

  • We represented a commercial landlord on successfully defending the tenant's motion to dismiss the Summary Process.

  • On May 18, 2022, Attorney Ke joined the Annual Meeting of Norfolk County Bar Association where she is a member.  

  • On May 21, 2022, as a member of the board of directors, Attorney Dai attended the annual meeting of New England Chinese and Information Networking Association (NECINA), which featured the application and future of 3D printing in real estate industry and other sectors. 

  • On June 7, 2022, Attorney Dai and Attorney Ke represented Lion's Law to attend Asian American Civic Association's (AACA) fundraising gala with a donation of $400. AACA is one of the oldest and most impactful nonprofit in Boston helping new immigrants make rapid transition into the American life by improving their English language and gain useful employment skills. 

April 2022

  • With our Firm's assistance, Chinese Association for Science & Technology in Greater Boston ("CAST-Boston") has successfully obtained an approval of 501(c)(3) tax exempt status from IRS.

  • CAST-Boston is a nonpolitical and nonpartisan tax-exempt nonprofit organization with a mission to promote academic exchange between China and United States and to facilitate professional development for its thousands of members.

  • To learn more about CAST-Boston and donate for its good cause, visit HERE.

  • Congratulations on Sumiaoxiang Restaurant in the heart of Kendall Square and Sumiao Chen ("Sumiao"). Sumiao was nominated as the Restaurant of the Year by Massachusetts Restaurant Association ("MRA") at its Annual Awards Dinner on April 4, 2022. This is the first time that MRA handed out such a remarkable honor to an authentic Chinese restaurant among all 18,000 member restaurants during its 25 years of history.

  • Sumiao has changed the deeply rooted perception of Chinese restaurants to one with delectable quality and unmatched presentation. She spearheaded Massachusetts Asian Restaurant Association ("MARA"), providing much needed resources to Asian restaurants and helping them live up to a higher standard.

March 2022

  • We advised a client on a term sheet for a licensing of a chemical compound for over $100 millions of milestone payment and royalty payment. 

  • We successfully settled a lease dispute for a commercial tenant in Cambridge pending filing of the appeal with Appellate Division of Massachusetts District Court.

  • Our office reviewed and advised for a drug development client on an Informed Consent and a licensing agreement of a symptoms of major depressive disorder scale. 

  • We represented a private school student to enter a satisfactory settlement with the school due to her withdrawal resulting from a serious health concerns. 

  • We advised a startup client who has received multiple series of equity financing on asset acquisition and entity dissolution, as well as a CFIUS analysis. 

January 2022

  • We represent a Chinese public company engaged in R&D, manufacturing and distributing biomedical material worldwide to acquire substantial equity in a CRO company in Woburn. 

  • Our office is retained as general counsel by an office facility at Wells Ave in Newton as to represent on legal matters on corporate and commercial leasing. 

  • We represent a real estate brokerage client as co-defendant involving in a dispute arising out of a leasing transaction, and successfully reached a settlement with plaintiffs and other co-defendants leading to the dismissal of the case during a short period of only four (4) months.  

  • We represent a commercial tenant in a lease dispute with Lesley University and currently in the process of appeal a decision of the district court to Massachusetts District Court Appellate Division.

  • Our trusts and estates lawyers have provided an estate plan for a client in need of Medicare and Medicaid plans.  

  • Client's Testimonial

       "We had a previous estate planning attorney who had drafted a few limited documents/plans a few years back that went obsolete pretty quickly as not much thoughts went in there.  We were always confused by the seemingly complicated processes, but recently decided to find an another firm who can truly lead us through clearly this time.  We came to Attorney Ke and her team through recommendation by a friend. From the initial consultation, to the detailed planning and education, till the end of documentation and execution, the service was amazing, and we came out fully prepared for what our family needs. The personal touch, patience and professionalism summarize our experience with Lion’s law. Highly recommended!"

                                                  - From Kevin's Family

     "Having a professional and reliable lawyer in a non-native language country is extremely important. In addition, our requirements were not well organized.  Attorney Ke is a good listener, and you are able to feel comfortable speaking to her about private statuses. Also she has ability for explaining things clearly to a layperson, and she will be patient with your reflecting on your needs and desires for your estate..

She communicated with us via email, phone, and also can work remotely. She set a visual meeting up for us with of counsel well-known local in the field as well. She was patient with our questions, and also works efficiently and will deliver a fine finished product in a short period of time. She also follows our personal processes up as well. So, I believe, whatever for Wills, Health Care Proxies and Powers of Attorney, or any others, if you choose Attorney Ke to represent you in your estate planning, you will be very lucky what you did."

                                               - YP&P Family

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