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Shuai Kong represents companies operating in China and other jurisdictions in Asia on anti-corruption laws, including the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). He has experience advising clients in highly sensitive investigations into corruption, fraud, collusion, conflict of interest, and other corporate misconduct. He also assists companies in updating and strengthening their internal anti-corruption compliance programs and conducting anti-corruption due diligence as part of proposed transactions or investments.

  • Represented a publicly-listed beverages company in an internal investigation into allegations of accounting fraud and advised the client in response to an inquiry from the U.S Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding the same subject.
  • Represented a U.S. Fortune 500 company in an internal investigation into potential misuse of corporate funds by its Hong Kong based employees in response to an inquiry from the Hong Kong Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC).
  • Represented a leading U.S. healthcare company in an internal investigation into China-based employees’ alleged bribery of healthcare providers and advised the client on its exposure under the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA).
  • Represented a renowned U.S. food company in an internal investigation into a senior executive’s potential collusion with investment bankers and private equity investors during a spin-off transaction.
  • While as an investigator at the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency (INT), led the inquiry into several Chinese companies for bribes allegedly paid to Chinese government officials to win Bank-financed projects.
  • While as an investigator at the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency (INT), pursued litigation against eight companies for making misrepresentations and falsifying documents and successfully debarred the companies from participating in World Bank-financed projects.
  • While as an investigator at the World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency (INT), led INT’s inquiry into a debarred entity who used an undisclosed subsidiary to evade World Bank sanctions and win a Bank-financed contract.
  • Represented a renowned Chinese food brand in its dispute with a major international bank about a series of complicated derivative contracts; coordinated litigation proceedings in London and Shanghai and regulatory complaints in Hong Kong; and secured an eight-figure settlement in U.S. dollars.
  • Represented a U.S. home and security products company in an internal investigation into potential anti-trust violations, including price fixing arrangements and bundled sales, conducted by its China business unit.
  • Represented a U.S. automotive parts company in an internal investigation into potential insurance fraud and advised the client in its settlement with the insurance company.
  • Represented a U.S. leading technology company in an internal investigation into a China-based employee’s alleged self-dealing through shadow subcontracting.
  • Represented a Fortune 500 company in an internal investigation into potential violations of environment laws and regulations.
  • Represented a Singaporean company in its internal investigation into its senior executives’ potential collusion with a Brazilian company in relation to a U.S. government investigation.
  • Represented a multinational private bank in various strands of criminal and civil litigation, arbitration, and government investigations arising from a multi-million U.S. dollar loan made to a subsidiary of an insurance company currently under receivership.

Pro Bono

  • While working as a Student Advocate at Harvard Transactional Law Clinics, provided pro bono legal services under attorney supervision to student entrepreneurs in the Greater Boston area, including assisting the founder of a nutrition company to establish the non-profit arm in accordance with Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

Previous Experience

  • World Bank Integrity Vice Presidency, Investigator (2018-2019)