Why Dai & Associates
Focused on China-Related Practice
The Firm is well recognized for its China-Related Practice. With the booming of China’s economy, more and more Chinese companies are rising and expanding in the global, and especially the U. S., market.
Taking advantages of our cultural background and language ability, we have successfully marked our name among the firms with China related practice.
Therefore, we provide the absolutely best opportunity to not only young lawyers who want to develop their practice skills in China related transactions, but also experienced attorneys who focus their practice in cross-border transactions.
Our China related practice currently covers cross-border mergers and acquisitions, Alternative Public Offering in U.S., cross-border litigation and arbitration, Foreign Direct Investment and outbound investment, international regulatory compliance, anti-dumping, countervailing duties and trade secret, intellectual property, franchising, and project development and finance. We have represented hundreds of Chinese companies in all those areas and provided them with quality services and practical solutions for doing business in the U.S.
We believe in China economy’s continued growth. China-related practice will become more and more important to the firm, and to individual career development as well. Your contribution of your talent and value to the Firm will be rewarded with a bright future of the Firm, and of yourself.
Building a diverse team of attorneys is the core value of Dai & Associates and our strategic focus. We are a firm emphasized on teamwork and collegiality.
We value the different experience and viewpoints brought to the firm by both legal professionals and supporting staffs.
We draw upon the strengths of knowledgeable and skilled individuals who represent a variety of viewpoints, experiences, and backgrounds.
A diverse and knowledgeable team provides more solutions to clients’ concerns. When a client-serving team is formed in Dai & Associates, diversity is just as essential a consideration as industry experience, cost-conscious staffing, and personal chemistry. Improving diversity infuses every firm activity—from recruiting and retention to human resource policymaking, practice development, and community outreach.
In on-campus and lateral hiring, diversity is an imperative. We work hard to develop relationships with law schools, governmental organizations, and undergraduate schools to increase the diversity in our recruitment pool.
A commitment to public service has always been deeply ingrained in our firm culture. Community service has been woven into the fabric of the firm since its founding. Thereafter, we have been actively involved in the events and activities held by many local organizations. We believe that privileges and advantages come with a responsibility to help those less fortunate, and this conviction helps to guide our priorities as an organization.
Our Pro bono and Community Service programs extend to all of the regions where we and our clients work and live. Attorneys and administrative staff alike give time and resources focused on several areas, in particular domestic violence prevention, education, and discrimination.
We encourage our lawyers to become involved in public service at the earliest stages of their careers by treating pro bono hours as billable hours and by recognizing and rewarding associates who have achieved success in pro bono representations.
In addition to actual pro bono legal work, our lawyers have been active in a wide variety of charitable endeavors, working with, sitting on boards of, and even running, many types of civic, community, cultural, governmental, educational and medical organizations, a number of which seek to improve the lives of the less fortunate.
Our Pro Bono Practice strengthens our bonds to the communities in which we practice and makes a profound difference in the lives of our clients.