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DLA Piper's Eric Wang named a 2019 Rainmaker by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association
15 Mar 2019
Region: Americas

DLA Piper's Eric Wang named a 2019 Rainmaker by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association

DLA Piper is pleased to announce that Eric Wang, a Silicon Valley-based partner who is co-chair of the Northern California Corporate and Finance practice, has been named by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association (MCCA) to its list of Rainmakers for 2019. Wang will be presented with his award at the MCCA's Global Tec Forum in San Francisco on April 5, 2019.

The MCCA notes that recipients of this award are diverse attorneys "whose business acumen, passion and dedication to proactive client development has set them apart as leaders in the legal profession" and are "an exceptional group of prominent attorneys who have a proven record, over the course of several years, of compiling books of business exceeding $5 million annually and who have contributed significantly to their communities."

Eric Wang has broad experience in general corporate and securities representation and business counseling of publicly traded companies, emerging growth and other privately held companies and venture capital firms. He also has significant mergers and acquisitions experience, having represented numerous public and private companies in various industries both within the United States and in cross-border transactions.

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