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  • January 2024, Ms. Jing Liu has joined Lion's Law as a Law Clerk. She is equipped with over a decade of corporate and litigation experience in business, employment, arbitration, litigation and intellectual property law from China. She conducts client intake, assists attorneys to draft, review and amend various contracts and corporate documents, as well as handles dispute resolution. She graduated with an L.L.M., from Northeastern University School of Law​. While in law school, she interned at Massachusetts Land Court for the Honorable Judge Rubin. She also has an L.L.B. from China Central Radio & TV University. She played baseball at Northeastern and enjoys reading and various types of workout.  To learn more about her, click here.


  • December 2023, Ms. Echo Wang joins the firm as an Attorney. Attorney Wang brings a blend of dispute resolution and business transactional experience. She has practiced international arbitration and commercial litigation in Jun He Law Office in Hong Kong as well as assisted with the firm’s capital markets and corporate governance. Prior to becoming a licensed attorney for New York State, she has worked as a paralegal in mediation, arbitration, and litigation for firms such as Quinn Emanuel and Walkers. She now assists Lion’s Law’s corporate clients in general corporate law, business transaction and commercial litigation. She has an L.L.M from Boston University and a J.D from Chinese University of Hong Kong. To learn more about Attorney Wang's represented matters and credentials, click here.

  • We proudly announce that November 2023, Attorney Cheng was admitted to practice before United States District Court, District of Massachusetts. He joins Attorney Dai to represent plaintiff Sunco (Timer) Kunshan Co., Ltd in a lawsuit against Infinity Wood Products, LLC for a commercial dispute of $6.7 Million. Click here to read the most recent court's decision on Defendants' Motion to Dismiss

  • November 2023, Attorney Dai and Attorney Ye visited eight client companies in Suzhou, Hangzhou and Shanghai, including six clients in bio technology, life science and drug development. They also facilitated legal seminars and exchanged practicing experiences and notes in general corporate, employment, immigration and litigation with multiple local law firms, including Suzhou Commerce and Finances Law Offices (苏州通商律师事务所), Hangzhou Jin Dao Law Office (杭州金道律师事务所), SGLA Law Offices in Shanghai (中联律师事务所), Global Law Firm (环球律师事务所), Ying Ke Law Firm (盈科律师事务所), CM Law (澄明则正律师事务所)Shanghai Veritas Law Corporation (上海里德律师事务所). Click here to read the news release featuring Lion's visit by Hangzhou Jin Dao Law Office

  • On August 3, 2023, Lion’s Law hosted the first session of a series of seminars titled Legal Considerations for Overseas Startups in China. Following a light dinner reception, Commerce & Finance Law Offices’ Attorney Hanxiu Xu and Attorney Fang Wang delivered the presentation. They discussed the most instrumental and useful legal issues encountered by overseas entrepreneurs starting business in China. It includes corporate structure, key terms for investment transactions, intellectual property, human resources and local government policies and programs. The seminar was well received and prompted heated discussion and experience shared by both aspiring startups and series entrepreneurs. Click here to watch the seminar videos.

  • On June 23, 2023, Attorney Connie Dai and Attorney Yi Ke representing Lion's Law joined the annual fundraising gala of Asian American Civic Association (AACA). Since 1967, AACA has provided to new immigrants with education, occupational training and social services, enabling them to realize lasting economic self sufficiency.

  • On May 20, 2023, Attorney Dai as a board member for New England Chinese American Alliance ( joined over 120 AAPI members in Boston Common in rallying and celebrating the heritage month for AAPI community. She stood together with Diana DiZoglio, State Auditor, Boston mayor Michelle Wu and City Counsel President Ed Flynn, who acknowledged AAPI's valuable contribution to all aspects of American life and called for no hatred, unity and solidarity.

  • On May 7, 2023, Attorney Dai participated Boston's long standing Walk For Hunger, to raise awareness and bring relief to people with food insecurity.

  • On April 18, 2023, our office has finished a due diligence and prepared a legal opinion for a Massachusetts subsidiary of PharmaEssentia Corp, a leading biopharmaceutical company’s $462.7 million offering of global depositary shares. This makes it the largest ever overseas offering of this kind by a Taiwan biotech company.

  • On March 13, 2023, Federal District Court District of Massachusetts ruled in the defendants' motion to dismiss in favor of our client Sunco Timber (Kunshan) Co. a leading kitchen cabinet manufacturer in China, on some major causes of actions, including breach of contract, breach fiduciary duty and pierce corporate veil, against Infinity Wood Products LLC, its exclusive distributor and customer in the US and its shareholders, officers and directors for more than $6,000,000. Read the judge’s opinion here


  • We received the approval from United States Trademark and Patent Office of a registered trademark of a new drug for a wholly owned US subsidiary. This is one of the largest publicly traded drug research and development companies in China.


  • We prepared 501(c)(3) tax exemption applications for a nonprofit company in researching and applying Omega-3 fatty acid to promote global health.


  • We represented the principal owner to reach a settlement with another shareholder on a partner dispute in connection with the financial dealings and operation of a series of chain restaurants in Boston. 


  • Court approved part of our motion for a temporary restraining order and attachment of real property, allowing our client, a commercial tenant , who filed a lawsuit against the landlord for lease disputes, to attach the said real property and prohibit it from being leased, sold or pledged pending the lawsuit.

  • Our office advised a client company in laying off 10% of its workforce.

  • We successfully handled a subpoena dispute with Bank of America who was served by our office a subpoena for a dozen of companies and individuals with regards to a litigation with the amount in dispute for over $4 million. 

  • Our office has aided a drug development company in laying off two thirds (about fifty employees) of its workforce by providing related legal services regarding this workforce reduction.

  • We represent a bio-pharmaceutical company in a negotiation leading to a satisfactory settlement on an early termination of the office and laboratory lease with its landlord. 

  • Lion’s Law has assisted a cryptocurrency mining client in negotiating an agreement with a specialized energy consultant on purchasing energy from energy service providers.

  • We have represented a company in asset acquisition from a recruiting agency in business for over a decade. 

  • We are representing and guiding a first time franchisor in beauty industry who is entering into a sophisticated franchise agreement with its first franchisee.

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