Tiffany Lee is a partner in the Corporate practice of Paul Hastings and is based in the firm’s Los Angeles and Palo Alto offices.
Her current practice focuses on a wide variety of technology transactions, including counseling and advising clients on intellectual property issues, and drafting development, licensing, manufacturing, distribution, and other agreements for clients in a wide range of industries that include the life sciences, healthcare, electronics, semiconductor, and the media and entertainment industries. Ms. Lee has experience in practicing corporate law, and has represented publicly traded companies and privately held companies in a variety of corporate and securities law matters, including general corporate counseling, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity financing. She has also assisted clients in entity formation and structuring and drafting film financing documents.
Ms. Lee is admitted to practice in California. In addition, Ms. Lee is fluent in written and spoken Cantonese and has a working knowledge of Mandarin.
- Facebook in structuring and negotiating agreements covering the development, manufacture, and supply of customized servers and server components for Facebook’s data centers around the world. The firm tied for first place as the most innovative law firm in the Technology, Media, and Telecoms category for its work on this transaction by the Financial Times U.S. Innovative Lawyers Report 2011.
- China Media Capital in connection with its US$350 million joint venture with DreamWorks Animation, a leading U.S. animation company, to create Oriental DreamWorks, a new animation company that will focus primarily on creating original film and television animation content for China and the rest of the world. The joint venture is positioned to be the leading China-focused family entertainment company and is one of the largest international investment projects in China.
- Samsung Electronics in connection with its acquisition of U.K. listed CSR plc's mobile connectivity and location technology as well as certain relevant patents including a license to patents and intellectual property for Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS.
- Samsung Electronics in its acquisition of Nanoradio AB, a developer of ultra-low power wireless LAN chipsets for high-speed wireless access in mobile phones based in Sweden.
- A large U.S. semiconductor company in a large joint development, manufacturing, and commercialization agreement with another semiconductor company.
- Dong-A Pharmaceutical, a leading Korean pharmaceutical company, in its strategic alliance with Meiji Seika Pharma, a Japanese pharmaceutical company, to develop, manufacture, market and sell biosimilar pharmaceutical products, including through the construction of a manufacturing facility in Songdo, Korea.
- Dong-A Pharmaceutical in its US$125 million equity investment in and the structuring and organization of its strategic alliance with GlaxoSmithKline. This transaction is one of the largest and most comprehensive collaborations in the history of the Korean pharmaceutical industry and was commended as one of the “Most Innovative M&A Deals 2010” by the Financial Times US Innovative Lawyers Report 2010.
- Harvard Law School, J.D., 2004
- Stanford University, dual B.A. degrees in Economics and Chinese, 2000 (Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society)