Hongye (Eve) Mao is a member of the firm’s Business Transactions Group and its Capital Markets and Securities team. Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Eve participated in a research program at a New York law firm in a specialty practice group that represents Chinese companies doing business and/or listing their securities in the U.S., as well as U.S. companies with operations and activities in China. Her experience includes drafting Form S-1s and transactional documents for SEC registration, including SPAC IPOs; applying for Nasdaq tickers, Nasdaq application listings, and CUSIP numbers; and conducting research on SPAC precedents, SEC statements and related legal issues. Previously, Eve worked as a Legal Fellow of the Financial Frauds Bureau in the District Attorney’s Office of Manhattan County in New York.
Eve has worked as a legal intern at a law firm in Shanghai, China, where she conducted legal research on civil procedures and labor law issues, reviewed employment and commercial contracts for compliance with Chinese contract law, labor law and cross-border payment regulations, drafted labor contracts and confidentiality agreements, and translated legal documents regarding dispute resolution, including judgments, contracts and evidence to be used in court.
Eve also was an extern with Administrative Law Judges at the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C. While there, she was responsible for conducting legal research on labor law issues from past NLRB decisions, preparing bench memoranda and drafting orders and opinions for the Chamber of Senior Judges.