Jian Wu represents clients in cross-border matters involving high-stakes commercial disputes and investigations across the Asia Pacific region. Mr. Wu has particular experience with multijurisdictional investigations and compliance reviews involving allegations of fraud, bribery, corruption and money laundering. He frequently advises state-owned enterprises, multinational corporations and financial institutions on global compliance matters in terms of anti-corruption, data privacy, export controls, as well as sanctions imposed by government authorities and multilateral development banks.
Mr. Wu also represents corporate clients in the resolution of complex cross-border disputes through arbitration and litigation. He helps clients tailor, design, develop and implement global strategies across multiple jurisdictions including Mainland China, Hong Kong, the United States, the United Kingdom and other offshore jurisdictions such as the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands.
Before joining Kobre & Kim, Mr. Wu practiced at Paul Hastings, focusing on internal investigations and compliance reviews. Prior to that, he practiced at Mayer Brown JSM in Beijing, China, and Hong Kong, where he advised Chinese enterprises preparing for U.S. court proceedings and non-Chinese enterprises in various disputes, bankruptcy matters and local investigations.