Tashi Sun

Associate

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  • JD, Duke University School of Law, 2016; Article Editor, Duke Environmental Law & Policy Forum
  • MS (Economics), Henken Scholar, Tufts University, 2013
  • Bachelor of Economics & Finance, First Class Honors, University of Hong Kong, 2011

Qualifications

  • New York, 2017
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • New York State Bar Association

Tashi Sun

Associate

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Tashi Sun joined the government enforcement group of Ropes & Gray in 2017. Tashi provides legal advice to clients on internal investigations and compliance risk management, with a focus on anti-bribery and anti-corruption matters in the Greater China region. His pro bono practice includes conducting legal research for international organizations and assisting in wrongful conviction cases for the Innocence Project.

Prior to joining the firm, Tashi worked at Duke University Office of Counsel as a legal fellow, assisting the university with its litigation efforts and labor/employment matters. During law school, Tashi served as Article Editor for the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Forum. He also advised local entrepreneurs as a student attorney in the Start-Up Ventures Clinic.

Experience

  • Participated in numerous internal investigations for global pharmaceutical and medical device companies in China relating to alleged bribery of government officials, corruption, fraud, conflict of interest, third-party misconduct, and various other underlying issues.
  • Conducted internal investigation in Vietnam for an international fragrance & flavor company.
  • Assisted international pharmacy in conducting anti-corruption compliance assessment and post-investment compliance program implementation in connection with a joint-venture program in China.
  • Assisted multiple asset management companies, private equity firms, and internet companies in their pre-transaction due diligence for investments in Asia.
  • Assisted multinational companies in analyzing legal risks under FCPA, UK Bribery, and PRC anti-corruption laws with respect to their business operations in China, and advised them on how to improve their anti-corruption programs or take specific measures to address the risks.
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