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Tashi is an associate at Morrison & Foerster’s Shanghai office. His practice primarily focuses on cross-border government enforcement matters, as well as internal investigations and compliance risk management for clients in the Greater China region. 

His pro bono work includes conducting legal research for renowned international organizations and assisting in wrongful conviction cases for the Innocence Project.

Prior to joining MoFo, Tashi worked as an associate at a leading international firm. Tashi has also worked in the Duke University Office of Counsel, assisting the university with employment and litigation matters. While in law school, he served as Article Editor for the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum. 

Tashi is fluent in English and Mandarin. 

Representative Experience

  • Global pharmaceutical and medical device companies in Greater China in internal investigations relating to alleged bribery of government officials and healthcare professionals, corruption, fraud, conflict of interest, third-party misconduct, and big-rigging, as well as various other underlying issues.
  • Special Committee of the Board of Directors of a China-based pharmaceutical company in an internal investigation over whistleblower complaints of corruption and conflict of interest against certain senior managers.
  • An international pharmacy in anti-corruption risk assessment and post-investment compliance program implementation in connection with a joint venture program in China.
  • Multiple asset management companies, private equity firms, and internet companies in their pre-transaction due diligence for investments across Asia, as well as post-transaction risk remediation measures, including drafting compliance policies and conducting training programs for their portfolio companies with a focus on anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, sanctions, and export control compliance.
  • Multinational life science companies in analyzing legal risks under FCPA, UK Bribery, and PRC anti‑corruption laws with respect to their business operations in China and advising them on how to improve their anti-corruption programs or take other remediation measures.
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