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Min Shi

Managing Attorney

Ms. Shi is a seasoned corporate and trusts and estates attorney. She represents U.S. and non-U.S. families and companies on a wide range of personal and business law matters, including cross-border estate planning,  formation of corporate entities, general corporate transactions, corporate financing, corporate governance and compliance matters.  Ms. Shi also has broad experience in assisting entrepreneurs, small business owners and corporate clients in sophisticated commercial transactions, which includes general corporate practice and compliance, real estate transactions, debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, secured and unsecured financings.

Prior to founding her own practice, Ms. Shi worked for Latham & Watkins, LLP in its New York office.  At Latham & Watkins, LLP, she represented large companies and financial institutions in connection with registered and unregistered securities offerings, credit facilities, refinancing of existing secured credit facilities and M&A transactions.  Ms. Shi handled all aspects of deals including negotiating and drafting a wide variety of operative transaction documents.  At Bloomberg, she worked on matters relating to brokerage, electronic trading, commodities and OTC derivatives and oversaw legal aspects of swap execution facility etc.


University of Virginia, School of Law J.D.

Nanjing University, School of Law LLB, LLM



State of New York

State of New Jersey

Qualified to practice in the P.R. China


New York State Bar Association, International Section, Committee on International Estate and Trust Law


English, Mandarin and Wu dialect.

Matthew Mcdermott

Of Counsel

Matthew's practice focuses on commercial transactions (including M&A, joint ventures, and debt and equity issuances), fund formation, and investor-side representation in the private equity and venture capital space. 


Matthew has particular experience representing emerging and mid-sized companies in the negotiation of debt and equity transactions key to their growth strategies.  With clients in the U.S., the U.K., India, and China, Matthew also has broad familiarity with structuring and effecting cross-border deals. 


Matthew advises on Securities Act, Advisers Act, and Investment Company Act compliance and other issues of interest to alternative investment funds and advisors.  Matthew was previously an associate in the corporate transactional group of DLA Piper for seven years. 


Matthew holds a B.A. and J.D. from the University of Washington and Lee.

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