Li Wang focuses her practice on transactional matters, including mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions in the healthcare industry. She also works on healthcare regulatory and compliance matters, including health information privacy and security; fraud and abuse; corporate practice of medicine; and Medicare and Medicaid enrollment.
Li’s pro bono practice includes working with the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles to resolve landlord-tenant disputes; the Los Angeles Superior Court Resource Center for Self-Represented Litigants assisting pro se litigants with family matters; and the Alliance for Children’s Rights assisting petitioners secure guardianship of minors.
While in law school, Li was a senior editor for the UCLA Law Review and deputy chief managing editor for the Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs.
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