Mr. Adam Li is a partner of Jun He Law Offices. He is based in our Shanghai office.
Mr. Li is specialized in international M&A, capital market and international financial transactions.
Since 1991, Mr. Li has advised more than 100 international and Chinese domestic companies for their public offerings, private placements and bond offerings in New York, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai and Shenzhen. Many of the transactions represented by Mr. Li were the first transactions of their kind in China (including the first group of B Shares and H Shares, the first Red Chip listings, the first dual listing of a Chinese company in London and Shanghai).
Mr. Li has also represented many Fortune 500 companies and leading Chinese companies for their mergers and acquisitions, restructuring and general corporate matters. These listings involve the industries of automobiles, banking, consumer products, food & beverage, iron and steel, pharmaceutical, power plants, professional services, telecommunications, real estate developments, technology and wholesale & retails.
Mr. Li is also an experienced lawyer specializing in international financial transactions. He focused on derivatives, lending against security and syndicated loans etc.
In recognition of his accomplishments, Mr. Li has been named Asia Law Leading Lawyer by Asia Law & Practice, one of 30 Hottest Lawyers in China by Asia Legal Business, and one of China's Ten Best Lawyers by the Ministry of Justice of the PRC.
Columbia Law School, J.D., LL.M.
Fudan University, LL.M., LL.B.
Mr. Li is admitted to practice law in New York State, U.S.A. and China.
Mr. Li has been actively involved in pro bono representations, including one representing the ACLU in DeMore v. Kim, a 2002 U.S. Supreme Court case on U.S. constitutional law and immigration laws.
Publications and Speeches
Co-author, Arbitration in China-A Practice Guide, Sweet & Maxwell
Numerous speeches on the PRC law in American Bar Association, the Association of the Bar of City of New York, LexisNexis and Shanghai Bar Association