Chambers USA recognized the firm’s Mergers & Acquisitions Practice for “world class expertise when it comes to the most challenging transactions.”
Jia Jia Huang advises companies — from emerging to Fortune 50 — on intellectual property and technology-related transactions. She draws on broad experience to counsel clients on the development, licensing, and commercialization of IP assets across industries, as well as the IP aspects of strategic, corporate, and finance transactions.
Ms. Huang regularly advises on all aspects of IP and technology transactions, including:
- Technology, software, and content licensing, development, and distribution agreements
- Customer and end-user agreements for e-commerce and other digital platforms
- Manufacture, supply, and re-sale agreements
- Strategic alliances, partnerships, and joint ventures
- Open-source licensing
Ms. Huang also routinely provides IP and technology counseling in the context of corporate transactions, including:
- Mergers and acquisitions (domestic and cross-border)
- Corporate financing and capital raising
- Capital market transactions, including IPOs
Her diverse experience includes working with major global corporations, as well as startups and growth companies across industries, including:
- Digital health
- Software and information technology
- Digital and social media
While at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, Ms. Huang was a senior editor on the Journal of Business Law.
Ms. Huang maintains an active pro bono practice focused on matters involving immigration, foster care, and adoptions. She has worked with StoryCorps, the national oral history project, for many years on a pro bono basis and advised on the development of its mobile app, greatly expanding the organization’s reach.