Jane Liang advises clients on matters relating to their business in China and cross-border transactions, including foreign direct investments, mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, and general corporate matters.
Jane has expertise in the areas of private equity investments and mergers and acquisitions in different industries. Her services range from deal structure design, legal due diligence, preparation of transaction documents, negotiation, closing and up to post-closing matters. She has participated in mergers and acquisitions involving a wide variety of industries, including but not limited to chemical manufacturing, foods, healthcare, entertainment and automobiles. She has advised numerous clients in consummating many high-profile cross-border mergers and acquisitions, as well as private equity investments and venture investments with onshore and offshore structures.
Jane is also experienced in foreign investments. She has represented numerous multinational companies in their investments in China, and provided advice to foreign invested enterprises on general corporate matters involved in the day-to-day operations in China.
Before joining Bryan Cave's Shanghai office in 2014, Jane worked with a leading PRC law firm in its Shanghai office. Over that period, Jane provided legal advice to several Fortune 500 corporations and other multinational corporations on their direct investments, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate matters in China. After successfully completing her LL.M. program, Jane worked in Bryan Cave’s Los Angeles office for one year, during which time she assisted U.S. and Chinese multinational corporations in their cross–border merger and acquisition deals and investments. Jane returned to Bryan Cave's Shanghai office in 2017.