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Jana's practice focuses on patent litigation matters. She also has familiarity with proceedings in the International Trade Commission (ITC) and published a paper on the reach of the ITC Jurisdiction over suppliers in the chain of distribution.
Jana is a graduate of the Duke University School of Law. While in law school, she externed for the Honorable Mark Davis and the Honorable Hunter Murphy of the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She also participated in the Children’s Law Clinic and was the president of the Muslim Law Students Association at Duke Law.
Prior to law school, Jana graduated magna cum laude from University of California San Diego with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. While at UCSD, she worked in nanoengineering, bioengineering, and environmental engineering laboratories, participating in a variety of research projects regarding 3D bioprinting, nanoparticle conjugation in biological detection assays, and the treatment of water effluents. Jana is passionate about learning new technologies and working with the intersection of law and science.
Arshak's practice focuses on acquisitions, development and financing of projects in the renewable energy sector.
Arshak’s experience includes work on commercial debt financing transactions, specifically involving lenders establishing credit facilities with companies. He also provided consulting services before law school to electric and gas utilities on state and federal regulations related to energy efficiency.
Prior to joining Orrick, Arshak was an intern at both the Sierra Club Environmental Law Program and the California Public Utilities Commission.
Isabelle Zakine-Rozenberg is an employment lawyer, based in Orrick's Paris office.
Isabelle advises French and international corporations on all matters related to French Employment and French Criminal Law. She provides advice in pre-litigation and represents clients’ interests before French courts.
Prior to joining Orrick, Isabelle worked at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
for twelve years and previously at Bélier & Associés.
When guiding clients through wage and hour, retaliation and whistleblower issues, Frank helps companies prepare, adapt and defend.
To do so, Frank collaborates with retail, financial and manufacturing clients to develop policies which address ever-changing and complex employment regulations. When those issues need to be addressed in single plaintiff, multi-plaintiff or class action litigation, Frank calls on his litigation experience to help frame each case from his client’s perspective and provide aggressive, yet practical and client-focused advocacy.
Prior to joining Orrick, Frank clerked for the Honorable Edward G. Smith in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
The resiliency and teamwork which Frank applies to representing his clients, he previously honed in the United States Navy. Prior to practicing law, he served as a surface warfare officer, where he participated in multiple deployments conducting counter narcotics trafficking and coastal maritime security operations. Frank continues to support the Navy community through his pro bono work on military and veterans-related matters.
Elizabeth Zane, a senior associate in the Washington, D.C., office, is a member of the International Trade & Compliance Group. She regularly advises clients on Export Administration Regulations (EAR), International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and regulations administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC).
Elizabeth's experience includes work on internal investigations, voluntary disclosures, commodity jurisdiction requests and developing and implementing compliance programs. She also advises clients on government contracting matters.
Paul represents sponsors, investors, utilities and other strategic participants in corporate and project finance transactions, primarily in the energy and infrastructure sectors. He also serves as the Office Leader for Orrick's Washington, DC office.
Transactions on which Paul has advised include the development, financing, acquisition and divestiture of renewable and conventional power projects and other infrastructure assets in a broad range of commercial and corporate transactions. He has served as lead counsel on some of the most innovative and complex U.S. renewable energy transactions in recent years in both the wind and solar energy sectors.
Erin is an associate in the White Collar, Investigations, Securities Litigation & Compliance group in Orrick's San Francisco office.
Patricia Zeigler, Of Counsel in the Washington, D.C., office, focuses her practice on antitrust law with particular emphasis in Hart-Scott-Rodino Act compliance and counseling. Her experience includes advising clients on issues of reportability and interpretations of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act and its regulations.
Pat also has expertise in the applicability of foreign premerger requirements and filings with regulators in the European Union, Asia and Canada.
Pat served as antitrust counsel to two large industry groups establishing Business to Business exchanges for E-commerce transactions. She currently serves as general counsel to five large trade associations in a wide range of industries. In addition, Pat works with trade groups to set up and run joint purchasing organizations.
Prior to joining the firm, Pat practiced antitrust law for over a decade with Pillsbury Madison & Sutro.
In addition to being admitted in the District of Columbia, Pat is also admitted in California (inactive).
Sarah (Ying) Zeng, a partner in Orrick’s Beijing office, is a member of the M&A and Private Equity Group. She has more than 25 years of corporate law experience serving Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and U.S. multinational companies.
Sarah’s practice focuses on China outbound M&A, foreign direct investment (FDI) transactions in China and other cross-border transactions with Chinese components. She has extensive experience in representing Chinese SOEs, private corporations and private equity funds, as well as multinational corporations in cross-border M&A transactions, including divestitures, joint ventures and FDIs.
Having served as general counsel of the Hong Kong-listed Weichai Power (China’s largest engine manufacturer), and the vice president and country manager (China) for El Paso Corporation (a Fortune 500 energy company), Sarah is uniquely positioned to provide clients with practical, specific and dynamic advice with her combined legal and business insights and in-depth knowledge in the energy, infrastructure and manufacturing sectors. During her time at El Paso Corporation, Sarah chaired the boards of four major power plants owned by the company in China for eight years.
Prior to joining Orrick, Sarah was a managing partner at Dentons’ Beijing office.
Dr. Yuanjia (Gina) Zhang, a patent agent in the Silicon Valley office, is a member of the Intellectual Property Group. As a patent agent, Dr. Zhang performs tasks related to patent prosecution including preparing and prosecuting patent applications.
Dr. Zhang has broad technical background and experience in materials science and engineering, electronic devices, nanotechnology, and printing technology. In particular, her technical areas include nanofabrication, semiconductors, organic electronics, molecular electronics, optoelectronics, electrophotography, inkjet printing, surface engineering, color science, and image processing.
Prior to joining Orrick, Dr. Zhang worked at Anova Law Group, where she prepared and prosecuted patent applications for large Chinese companies and prestigious universities, in industrial areas including Internet technology and semiconductor devices. Before joining Anova Law Group, Dr. Zhang was a member of research staff in Xerox Innovation Group at Xerox Corporation. Dr. Zhang also has prior industrial experiences at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation, in Shanghai, China. Dr. Zhang’s doctoral research focused on the electronic charge injection and transport in nanoscale organic thin film transistors.
Dr. Zhang has technical publications in journals including Advanced Materials and Journal of Applied Physics. Dr. Zhang is also an inventor with six U.S. patents granted and other U.S. and foreign patent applications pending.
Yaoli (Shelley) Zhang, a partner in Orrick’s Beijing office, is a member of the Intellectual Property Group. Her practice focuses on IP prosecution and enforcement. Shelley has extensive experience in patents, trademarks, domain names, copyrights and trade secrets.
Shelley's related IP experience includes the following:
Beijing; New York
Beijing; New York
Jinsong (Jeff) Zhang, a partner in Orrick’s Beijing and New York offices, is a trusted advisor to international and Chinese investors and corporates on their transactional, regulatory and compliance matters. His work spans a variety of industries, including financial services, technology (automotive technology and mobility, life sciences, and Fintech), as well as energy and infrastructure.
Being recognized by Legal 500 Asia Pacific, clients have praised Jeff as a practitioner “who is dedicated to serving his clients and is able to leverage off the firm’s global network to provide services in specialized areas”.
Jeff’s practice focuses on China-related inbound and outbound mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions. He has extensive experience with share and asset acquisitions, growth capital and buyout transactions as well as tender offers, privatizations, restructurings, spin-offs, strategic alliances and joint ventures.
In addition, Jeff advises multinationals, financial institutions and private equity funds on their general corporate, capital markets and regulatory compliance matters.
Prior to joining Orrick, Jeff was a partner at the New York office of an international law firm. Earlier in his career, Jeff practiced in New York, Hong Kong, and mainland China with two major international law firms, and also served as the Head of Legal and Compliance of the U.S. operations of a leading Chinese investment bank, where he gained tremendous experience in helping Chinese clients navigate regulatory and compliance issues in the U.S.
Jeff serves on the International Advisory Board of Duke Law School, where he was also appointed as a Senior Lecturing Fellow. In his leisure time, Jeff serves on a volunteer basis as the Chief Legal Officer of The Chinese Finance Association (TCFA), a non-profit professional organization headquartered in New York with more than 7,000 members globally.