Zheng Qiao Chen is a member of the California Bar with legal experiences in domestic Chinese law, international transaction, international arbitration, and intellectual property. Mr. Chen has years of experience working as an of-counsel with various law firms located in Beijing, China.
Mr. Chen is skillful in translating complex legal documents, advising on joint-venture agreements, as well as conducting comprehensive legal research on the many differences between the U.S. and Chinese legal systems. He is also adept in liaison with international agencies such as the World Intellectual Property Organization.
More recently, alongside the “One Belt and One Road” initiative in China, Mr. Chen collaborated in the revision of Rules for International Investment Arbitration on behalf of the Beijing Arbitration Commission and the Beijing International Arbitration Center. He particularly focused in areas such as “Challenges to Arbitrators, Counsels, and Expert Witnesses Under the Framework of ICSID” as well as “Interpretations of Provisional Measures in International Arbitration.”
From time to time, Mr. Chen also assists attorneys from China to prepare for the U.S. Bar Examination. He is fluent in both English and Chinese (Mandarin), speaking and writing.