Qixiang Sun is a counsel in the law firm's Corporate & Securities practice and is located in the Washington, DC and Shanghai offices. He represents clients in a variety of aspects of corporate and securities law, with a particular focus on public and private equity finance, securities compliance and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Sun's experience includes representation of issuers of securities as well as investors, underwriters and placement agents in connection with both public and private offerings of equity and debt securities. In particular, Mr. Sun advises various China-based companies in connection with their underwritten offerings, private placements and reverse merger transactions. He also counsels public companies with respect to periodic reporting obligations as well as on corporate governance issues. Mr. Sun also advises clients in their going private transactions.
In addition, Mr. Sun has extensive experience in assisting multiple Over-The-Counter companies in connection with their NASDAQ/NYSE listing applications and their continued listing compliance.
National Bar of China
"The DMCA Anti-Circumvention Provisions and the Region Coding System: Are Multi-zone DVD Players Illegal after Chamberlain and Lexmark?," The University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology & Policy, Fall 2005
"Outward Looking Policies and Economic Development: A Case of Taiwan since 1952," Global Business Review, January-June 2004
"Legal Issues in Copyright Transfer," Journal of Nanjing University, July 1999
"WTO Dispute Resolution Mechanism," International Business, January 1999
"Infringement of Patent in Parallel Import and the Legal Remedies," Intertrade, December 1995