Jason Chang is an international lawyer who advises clients on compliance and risk mitigation, government investigations and inquiries, white-collar crimes, and US-China transactions and operations. Having been based in China for over six years (2011-2017), Jason is fluent in Mandarin-Chinese and has conducted investigations abroad in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, India, Dubai, Australia, Canada, and Russia.

Jason advises clients on matters in relation to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-bribery provisions, US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Justice (DOJ) subpoenas and inquiries, US litigation particularly when either the plaintiff or defendant is located in China, shareholder litigation, US export controls and CFIUS, supply chain security, trade secrets, enhanced due diligence, serious employee misconduct, fraud, social engineering scams and cyber threats, China data transfer, as well as dawn raids and factory takeovers.

Jason also advises Asian, European, and North American multinational corporations on their global compliance programs. Jason helps companies mitigate legal and regulatory risks around the world by advising on proactive initiatives such as compliance reviews, program implementation (e.g. codes of conduct, controls, and policies and procedures), and training.

Jason has represented clients across a variety of industries and sectors including life sciences and pharmaceuticals, biotech, medical devices, technology, internet, cryptocurrency, energy, aviation, consumer goods, automobile, manufacturing, food and beverage, hospitality and leisure, fashion and retail, real estate and construction, financial and banking, non-profit, advertising, and media/entertainment.