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Shanshan Huang

Shanshan Huang

shanshan.huang@linklaters.com

Shanshan has extensive experience in cross-border commercial litigation, arbitration and investigations, including representing clients before all levels of the PRC courts, the Hong Kong High Court, the English High Court, international arbitration institutions (including CIETAC, SCIA, SIAC, ICC, LCIA and Permanent Court of Arbitration, etc), and regulatory bodies (including FSA, SEC and SFC).

Her recent experience includes acting for: a Japanese listed company in the investigation into its Chinese subsidiaries (one of the biggest enterprises in the Chinese sanitation industry) and local management in respect of financial irregularity, fraud and other suspected misconduct; an investment bank to conduct an investigation in respect of one of the biggest block trades in the telecoms industry in Hong Kong; an international bank in the FSA and SEC investigation into alleged Libor/Euribor manipulation, a construction consortium in an ICC arbitration against Turkish state-owned entities in respect of a design and build contract of railways; a Hong Kong investment company in a series of CIETAC arbitrations concerning tax disputes against the same Chinese state-owned company; a US NBA player in an UNCITRAL arbitration against a Chinese company for the unpaid royalties; a Hong Kong investment company in a Chinese Higher Court litigation against the local Chinese government in respect of the cancellation of a project cooperation contract; and a Hong Kong investment company shareholder in a high-profile derivative action against the directors of the project SPV concerning misfeasance.

Shanshan is admitted in England and Wales, and the People’s Republic of China. She is fluent in English and Cantonese, and a native Mandarin speaker.