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Justina specialises in technology, media and telecoms, focusing on corporate transactions and regulatory compliance.

+8610 6535 5158

Justina is a partner specialising in the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications (TMT) sector, with a particular focus on corporate transactions and regulatory compliance. Her extensive experience, spanning over a decade, has seen her work closely with internet and high-tech companies at various stages of their growth cycles. She has a deep understanding of the TMT and emerging tech industries, as well as the intricate regulatory landscape that governs them. This knowledge enables her to offer expert advice on complex transactions and compliance issues.

Her expertise is wide-ranging, advising both public and private tech clients on a variety of matters. These encompass corporate structuring and restructuring, private capital fundraising, mergers and acquisitions, IPOs, debt issuance, and joint ventures, both within China and on an international scale.

Justina's global insights are instrumental in crafting corporate structures and offering restructuring advice for tech companies contemplating global operations. Her expertise is particularly valuable when it comes to navigating the complexities of securing approvals from governmental bodies.

Beyond her advisory role in corporate transactions, Justina also excels in addressing a broad range of challenges in the emerging tech sector. Her areas of specialisation include data compliance, cybersecurity, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and digital marketing. Her comprehensive understanding of these areas enables her to provide strategic advice tailored to the unique needs of each client in the rapidly evolving tech landscape.

Justina obtained her Bachelor's degree in law from China University of Political Science and Law in 2002. Justina has acted as the lead PRC counsel on a multitude of high-profile transactions, many of which were recognised as "Transaction of the Year" by leading industry publications such as China Business Law Journal, Asia Law, and China Law and Practice. She is the sole Chinese representative on the Public Policy Council of the International Advertising Association (IAA).

Justina is fluent in Mandarin and English. Before joining the firm, she was a senior partner at TransAsia Lawyers in Beijing.