Admissions:

2003 | New York

2012 | California

2013 | District of Columbia

Education:

2002 | University of California, LL.M

1998 | National Taiwan University, B.L.

Affiliations:

  • Chinese Filial Piety Association

  • Chinese Business Lawyers Association, West Coast

  • International Bar Association

 

Achievements & Honours:

2019 | “A-List of China’s Elite 50 Lawyers (Foreign Firms”), China Business Law Journal

 

2018 | Chambers Global, Intellectual Property Foreign Expert for China, U.S.

 

2017 | Chambers Global, Intellectual Property Foreign Expert for China, U.S.

 

2016 | “40 Under 40”, Silicon Valley Journal

 

2014 | “Top 100 Women of Influence”, Silicon Valley Journal​

HELEN SU (Hui Lun)
Foreign Registered Lawyer

Helen, a member of our disputes team, concentrates her practice in product liability claims and cross-border commercial disputes, arbitration, and related strategy counselling with an emphasis on intellectual property disputes in the U.S. Helen’s dedication to her clients earned her recognition as an Intellectual Property Foreign Expert for China by Chambers Global in 2017 and 2018.

 

Her practice also encompasses corporate finance, mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, and cross-border transactions involving the U.S., China, Hong Kong, and Europe. She has extensive experience representing companies across a variety of industries and technologies, including consumer electronics, rare earth manufacturing, medical devices, light emitting diodes (LEDs), liquid crystal displays (LCDs), semiconductors, chemical products, health care, and insurance.

 

Before moving into private practice, Helen acted as general counsel to a Chinese multinational display-making company listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. This unique experience allows Helen to counsel and solve clients’ problems from both a legal and strategic business perspective.

 

Recognised as an industry expert, Helen frequently speaks on IP matters as well as on the topics of product liability, director and officer liability, and international arbitration.

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