Ruomu Li

Ruomu Li

Education

Jilin University (B.A., 1999)
University of Missouri (M.A., 2003)
Washington University (J.D., 2006)

Bar Admissions

New York
California

Ruomu focuses her practice on complex mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, and venture capital investments. She represents U.S., China and international companies and investors in connection with a broad range of strategic transactions in the technology and life sciences industries, including public and private mergers, stock and asset acquisitions, divestitures, spinoffs, minority investments, and joint ventures.

Ruomu also advises early–stage to late–stage startup technology and life sciences companies on a variety of transactions, including equity incentive plans, equity and debt financings, and intellectual property protection and licensing.

Prior to joining MoFo, Ruomu worked in the Silicon Valley office of an international law firm.

She is fluent in English and Mandarin.

Tencent 
Represented this entity in its multiple equity investments in early–stage and late–stage technology companies.


New Enterprise Associates 
Represented this entity in its multiple equity investments in early–stage and late–stage technology and life sciences companies.


Xiang He Capital 
Represented this entity in its multiple equity investments in early–stage and late–stage technology companies.


Alliance Ventures 
Represented this entity in its multiple equity investments in technology companies.


Lilly Asia Ventures 
Represented this entity in its multiple equity investments in life sciences companies.


Baidu 
Represented this entity in its multiple rounds of equity investments in iQiyi.


Affinity Equity Partners 
Represented this entity in its US$123 million investment in Beijing Sunlon.


SJ Semiconductor Corp. 
Represented this entity in its US$50 million Series A financing and US$280 million Series B financing.


A technology oriented venture fund 
Represented this entity in its equity investment in a technology company.


Beijing E–Town International Investment & Development Co. and ChipOne Technology 
Represented these entities in the US$136 million acquisition of Integrated Memory Logic Limited, a leading provider of analog mixed–signal solutions for flat panel display market.


China Electronic Corporation (as a consortium member) 
Represented this entity in its US$693 million taking private transaction of Montage Technology, a semiconductor company.


Ocean Imagination (as a consortium member)
Represented this entity in its US$671 million acquisition of eLong, a Chinese online travel services company.


Baidu 
Multiple representations, including:

  • Its US$1.9 billion acquisition of 91 Wireless, a smartphone app distribution platform.
  • Its US$370 million acquisition of PPStream, a Chinese peer–to–peer streaming video network.

Riswein Health Industry Investment 
Represented this entity in its acquisition of 51% of GRS–HS, a subsidiary of Genesis HealthCare, a NYSE–listed US healthcare company.


A world–leading miniature technologies solution provider 
Represented this entity in its acquisition of a US fabless semiconductor company.


A private equity firm 
Represented this entity in its acquisition of the mobile consumer electronics business of a New York–listed electronic component manufacturing company.


A US online travel services company 
Represented this entity in its merger with a Chinese online travel services company.


A leading US–based packaged food company 
Represented this entity in its US$615 million acquisition of an international food manufacturer.


eHi Car Services (representation of the Special Committee)
Represented this entity in its US$930 million going private transaction.


Tencent 
Represented this entity in the US$2.7 billion sale of its portfolio company Mobike, a bike sharing platform, to Meituan.


A US semiconductor company 
Represented this entity in its US$660 million sale to a leading multinational technology conglomerate.


Keystone Lodging Holdings 
Represented this entity in its RMB8.3 billion sale of controlling stake to Shanghai Jinjiang.


Baidu 
Represented this entity in its spin–off of Youa.


A Chinese online game developer and operator 
Represented this entity in its US$299 million going private transaction.


A Chinese wind turbine maker 
Represented this entity in its US$408 million going private transaction.


A Chinese children’s entertainment and media company 
Represented this entity in its US134 million going private transaction.


A mobile based payment solutions company 
Represented this entity in its sale to a multinational company.


A US company providing risk management and asset protection software 
Represented this entity in its sale of a line of business to a multinational information technology and services company.


A US company providing online real–time collaborative platform services 
Represented this entity in its sale to an Australian software company.


A HK wireless power charging company 
Represented this entity in its sale to a private equity fund.


Tencent 
Represented this entity in its joint venture with Roblox.


A US provider of RFID tags, chips, and readers 
Represented this entity in its joint venture with a Chinese investment company.


Katerra, Inc. 
Represented this entity in its joint venture with Shanghai Dangoo Electronics.


A Chinese provider of electric vehicle power trains (confidential and ongoing)
Represented this entity in its initial public offering on NASDAQ.


A Chinese company providing cloud–based big data analytics and AI solutions 
Represented this entity in its initial public offering on NASDAQ.


* Some work performed at prior firm.

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