Jinjian Huang is a transactional partner in Nixon Peabody’s San Francisco office. He practices principally in the areas of corporate and real estate law, with emphasis on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate financing, real estate acquisition and development and renewable energy project finance. His clients include domestic and international companies at all stages of growth, as well as strategic and institutional investors.
As an active member of the firm’s Asia-Pacific practice, Jin works extensively with clients from the Greater China Region, helping them successfully navigate investment, acquisitions and expansion in the U.S. market. His cross-cultural background, language capabilities and extensive experience have made him a sought-after counsel to work with clients on a wide-range of cross-border transactions.
Understanding that law is often a means to advance business objectives, I strive to act as a trusted business advisor to my clients by combining my deep knowledge of the law, astute attention to detail and ability to see the “big-picture” to conform to particular client expectations. I value long-term client relationships and am committed to treating each of my clients, whether large or small, with significant personal attention.
I am dedicated to helping my clients grow and close more deals. My corporate practice focuses on providing strategic advice to companies to position them for and help them through critical junctures, from raising capital in private and public markets to deciding about company exit opportunities. I also often sit on the other side of the table advising strategic and institutional investors on their debt and equity investment transactions.
My recent representations include advising energy industry developers, tax equity investors and lenders on the development and project finance of some of the largest solar and wind projects constructed to date in the U.S.
I regularly counsel commercial real estate investors, developers, lenders, and financial institutions on acquisition, disposition, development, leasing, financing and joint venture matters related to office buildings, shopping centers, hotels, and residential projects.
The world is more interconnected than ever. Today’s enterprises are seeing their operations expand across the borders in ways never imagined. The pace of cross-border investment is expected to continue to accelerate. Navigating business, legal and regulatory landscapes across borders is essential to achieve business goals. Our team continues to work in tandem to help clients confidently adapt to such challenges with state-of-the-art solutions.
Real Estate Transactions
Medium | May 25, 2017
San Francisco M&A and corporate transactions partner Jinjian Huang and associate Sterling Chan co-authored this column about how startups can leverage the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program as a source of financing.
Bisnow | November 23, 2016
San Francisco M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Jinjian Huang and director of global strategies David Kaufman are mentioned in this article about a roundtable held at the firm’s San Francisco office which covered potential effects the Trump presidency may have on Asian investments in the Bay Area.
Law360 | March 30, 2016
The following coverage notes San Francisco M&A and corporate transactions partner Jin Huang’s arrival to the firm.
11.16.17 | San Francisco, CA
01.19.17 | San Francisco, CA
University of California, Hastings College of the Law, J.D., cum laude; Order of the Coif; Thurston Honor Society
American University, Washington College of Law, LL.M.
Zhong Shan (Sun Yat-Sen) University (China), LL.B.
Jinjian has been recommended in The Legal 500 United States 2017 editorial for M&A/Corporate and commercial - M&A: Middle-market (sub-$500m).