Jiaxing Hao is an International Specialist in the firm's Washington office and a member of the firm's Anti-Corruption and Internal Investigations practice group. Jiaxing assists with an array of anti-corruption investigations and related matters. Her experience includes designing, evaluating, and monitoring anti-corruption policies and compliance programs, as well as supporting anti-corruption investigations in connection with Department of Justice (DOJ), Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and African Development Bank inquiries.
Prior to working at Hughes Hubbard, Jiaxing worked in the Beijing office of a major Chinese law firm and served as an intern at the Anti-Corruption Bureau in Qinhuangdao, China.
From August to December 2017, Jiaxing was seconded to JunHe LLP in Beijing where she worked with the firm’s Dispute Resolution practice group and assisted attorneys with Chinese and foreign clients.
Highlighted Lectures & Publications
Contributor to Hughes Hubbard FCPA/Anti-Bribery Alerts
Panelist, Countdown to Commencement: How to Adapt to the US Workplace, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC, March. 29, 2017
Author of "Copyright Protection for Imitations," Journal of Jiangsu Teachers University of Technology, 03, 2013, at 136
Passed the National Bar Exam in China in 2012, and received the Chinese Legal Professional Qualification Certificate in 2013
Assisting with ongoing assessment of anti-bribery compliance risks relating to global business partners of a CAC 40 French multinational
Assisting with sanctions proceedings by the African Development Bank against a Chinese state-owned multinational company involving alleged sanctionable practices related to projects in Africa
Assisted with worldwide risk-assessments and compliance audits for a multinational “supermajor” oil and gas company
Assisted with the establishment and implementation of an integrity compliance program for a large Chinese state-owned global infrastructure contractor
Assisted attorneys in an asylum matter for a pro bono client who suffered domestic abuse in El Salvador