Pang Zhang-Whitaker

Pang Zhang-Whitaker

Illustrative Matters

  • Represented China’s most influential state-owned media corporate group in forming a joint venture with a U.S. awarding-wining media company.
  • Represented a global high-tech conglomerate headquartered in China in its global re-organization and dispute settlement involving two dozens of overseas subsidiaries.
  • Represented a Chinese public network technology company in acquisition of a U.S. leading private equity portfolio company engaging in network technology services.
  • Represented a Chinese public company in majority investment in a NYSE listed U.S. electronic car manufacturer.
  • Represented a world’s leading power tool provider in its disposition of global assets.
  • Represented a top Chinese public dietary supplements manufacturer and distributor in forming a joint venture covering multiple jurisdictions with a dietary supplements global leader.
  • Represented a leading Chinese public media equipment and service company in majority investment in a U.S. media design firm.
  • Represented China’s leading private equity and venture capital firm in acquisition of a U.S. education institution.
  • Represented a Chinese company in negotiation of complex commercial agreements with a U.S. design firm with respect to theme park projects in China.
  • Represented an Indian public company in creation of global compliance program.
  • Represented China's top private wealth management company with respect to U.S. registered investment adviser licenses.
  • Represented a top Chinese educational institution in acquisition of a U.S. education consulting firm.
  • Represented a Chinese conglomerate in its investment in multiple commercial real estate projects in the U.S.
  • Represented a leading Chinese State-owned electronics manufacturer in acquisition of a U.S. technology business.
  • Represented a HKSE company in acquisition of a U.S. company owning cutting edge technologies and related patents and trademarks.
  • Represented a major Chinese private equity fund in investment in several US businesses.
  • Represented the underwriter in a Chinese agriculture company’s IPO on the NASDAQ.
  • Represented a key Chinese state-owned company in purchase of certain equity interests from a global leading commercial real estate group headquartered in the U.S.
  • Represented a well-known Chinese real estate developer in investment in U.S. commercial real estate.
  • Represented one of the world’s largest insurance companies in its successful recovery of US$ 2.19 million on a subrogation claim against one of China’s largest insurance companies, where the client won a favorable judgment in a Chinese court.
  • Represented a world-leading mobile operator and provider headquartered in Japan in a private placement investment of US $9 billion in a major U.S. wireless service provider.
  • Represented a global high-tech conglomerate headquartered in China in its multi-year distribution agreement for U.S. baby formula into China.
  • Represented a Fortune 500 office supply company in a series of acquisitions in China, some through complicated offshore structures.
  • Represented several Fortune 500 consumer product companies in a series of acquisitions in Asia.
  • Represented a leading U.S. snacks manufacturer in a series of buy-out transactions in China.
  • Represented a global pharmaceutical company in the largest global M&A transaction as of 1996.
  • Represented a U.S. innovative medical device developer and distributor in acquisition of 100% equity interests of a U.S. competitor.
  • Represented the market leader of oxygen conservation manufacturer in a series of venture capital financing in the U.S.
  • Represented a global provider of defense and security products in asset sale in the U.S.
  • Represented a U.S. private equity firm in a series of sales of portfolio companies, including sale of a provider of simulation and control technologies for training and optimization solutions in the aerospace, defense, and forestry sectors.
  • Represented one of the largest Japanese companies by revenue in technology transfer involving the first commercial nuclear power project built by Chinese.
  • Represented a $321.6 million mortgage loan investment fund in all its U.S. securities matters.

Practice Area


  • LL.B., Beijing University School of Law, Beijing, China
  • LL.M., New York University School of Law

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