Yaping Zhang joined Ropes & Gray’s government enforcement practice group in 2018. Her practice primarily focuses on internal investigations and FCPA-related compliance.
Prior to joining the firm, Yaping was an intellectual property litigation associate in the Chicago office of a leading international law firm. Yaping also maintains a significant pro bono practice. She has experience advising clients and litigating cases in the fields of child welfare, domestic violence, and federal prisoners’ rights.
- Represent a leading medical device manufacturer in an SEC investigation into potential misconduct in Southeast Asia.
- Regularly advise private equity firms and their portfolio companies on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and international risk issues in cross-border transactions.
- Co-author, “China's Blocking Statute Creates New Challenges For Cos.,” Law360 (February 2019)
- Co-author, “Global Healthcare Compliance: Developments and Trends in Korea’s Anti-Corruption Regulatory Regime,” The Anti-Corruption Report (June 13, 2018)