About Liang Law Office

Liang Law Office represents cutting edge clients in a variety of industries, including media, entertainment, technology, publishing, visual arts, and gaming and counsels these industry pioneers through all growth stages, from formation to exit events. The firm also advises clients on a wide range of day-to-day matters, including commercial contracts, employment matters and intellectual property issues.

The mission of Liang Law Office is to deliver integrated, responsive, and individualized service, to provide the type of results that clients deserve. Building upon a wealth of knowledge, strong relationships and a background in both large-scale corporate transactions and intellectual property law, Liang Law Office is able to provide practical guidance on a wide variety of corporate issues, with an unparalleled facility in our increasingly tech-savvy, fast-paced, digital world.


As the founding member of Liang Law Office, Clara Liang has created a practice that focuses on general corporate, finance, and contract matters. She has represented numerous corporate financial and strategic investors, as well as several emerging growth companies in the new media, technology, film, publishing, and visual arts industries. She is immersed in both the traditional corporate and new media worlds, with clients ranging from publishing companies to independent filmmakers.

Ms. Liang also has experience in the full range of complex commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, secured and unsecured financings, public offerings of both equity and debt securities, licensing transactions, the formation of investment partnerships, and the creation of strategic and collaborative alliances and joint ventures.

In the past, Ms. Liang has represented underwriters to companies developing cutting edge technologies such as polymer light emitting diodes (P-OLEDs) for video displays and green energy such as solar panels in their public offerings of equity securities. More recently, she has represented the publisher of a hip-hop photo-journal on corporate and intellectual property matters, a startup technology company in its license agreement with Toys “R” Us, and acted as a legal consultant on intellectual property, financing and distribution issues for an independent film that premiered at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

Prior to founding the firm, Ms. Liang practiced corporate law at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP and Dechert LLP, in their respective New York offices. Ms. Liang graduated with distinction in all subjects from Cornell University and obtained her law degree from Vanderbilt University, where she served as an editor of the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law and received the Grace Wilson Sims Prize for Excellence in Student Writing in Transnational Law.

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