International law firm Hughes Hubbard & Reed has appointed Christine Kang, a 10-year veteran of JunHe, as a partner in its New York office, building on its strong reputation in China.
Kang’s practice is focused on representing Chinese companies, especially Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs), as well as multinational companies doing business in China, with a specific emphasis on investigations, anti-corruption, sanctions, compliance and international arbitration matters.
Kang has regularly represented Chinese enterprises and multinationals in connection with multilateral development bank (MDB) reviews of potential sanctionable practices.
Her MDB experience includes matters before the World Bank, African Development Bank and Asian Development Bank, and spans initial audits to investigations, show cause notices, litigation, resolution and monitorships.
Kang has advised Fortune 500 companies on their international arbitration cases with major arbitral institutions. She also regularly advises China SOEs on their overseas litigation cases in concert with US and UK litigators.