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Rong’s practice primarily focuses on investigations, international commercial and investment arbitrations, as well as cross-border litigations.

She has experience in advising on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), securities and accounting fraud, anti-money laundering, export control, and related compliance issues. She also has experience in investment and commercial arbitrations and high stakes cross-border litigations. In addition, Rong frequently assists clients with risk management and compliance due diligence in connection with private equity investments. During her time at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, she served as the Associate Editor for the Journal of International Law and board member of the International Arbitration Association.

Prior to joining MoFo, Rong worked as an associate at a leading PRC law firm.

Rong is fluent in English and Mandarin.

Representation Experience

 

  • Advised the Special Committee of a U.S.-listed PRC company in government and internal investigations in response to short-seller allegations related to accounting fraud and other misconducts.
  • Advised various multinational pharmaceutical and manufacturing companies in internal investigations of potential FCPA violations.
  • Advised a sovereign state in an ICSID arbitration. 
  • Represented a major financial services company in a Hong Kong-seated English-language HKIAC arbitration involving bridge loans. 
  • Advised an investment company in the U.S. bankruptcy proceedings against a PRC debtor involving the media industry and analyzed the restructuring plan involving automobile manufacturing.
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