Managing Partner, Senior Partner
Jincheng Tongda & Neal
Tel: +86 21 3886 2212
Tel: +86 21 3886 2212
M&A & restructuring; Securities & capital markets; Litigation & arbitration; Foreign-related legal services
Chris Zhang is a senior partner at Jincheng Tongda & Neal, an “Innovation Scholar” of Yale University, and the chief legal adviser of the Global Alliance of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in China. She served as an independent director of Anhui Fengyuan Biochemical, Anhui Aneng, Anhui Conch Cement and Jiangxi Changyun.
Chris has more than 20 years of experience as a lawyer. She holds a number of degrees in law, English, business administration and finance. She has comprehensive knowledge and strong versatility. She was selected as one of the Top 100 Chinese Lawyers, and was awarded the “Third Class Merit of Individual Lawyer” due to her outstanding performance in foreign-related legal services; nominated the Best Dispute Resolution Lawyer in China Law & Practice 2017; selected by ALB in August 2019 as “2019 ALB China Client Choice Top 20”; selected by the 40th Anniversary of the Celebration of New China and the Restoration of the Chinese Lawyer System – Outstanding Law Yearbook of China in 2019. She has outstanding performance in compliance in the field of digital assets in 2022 and has been awarded the 2022 Blockchain and Metaverse Rule of Law Award for Excellent Service. She was elected the Outstanding Achievement Award in the academic achievement collection and selected for “the 10th Service Trade Research Award”.
Chris has successfully represented more than 1,000 domestic and foreign litigation, commercial arbitration, major investment and capital market projects, and has long provided legal services for governments at all levels, financial institutions, international and domestic large enterprises and listed companies. Cases under her agency have been included in the Commercial Trial of the Supreme People’s Court. Her foreign-related projects have also been included in the Selection of Foreign-related Cases and the “First Batch of 10 Classic Cases of Shanghai Foreign-related Investment”. In addition, she serves as a professor or off-campus tutor in a number of institutions of higher learning.
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