Mian R. Wang
Mian represents corporate and individual clients in a wide range of litigation matters.
Before Fox Rothschild
Mian was a summer associate at Fox Rothschild. She is also a former law clerk for the Federal Trade Commission, where she investigated oil and gas industries to determine anti-competitive effects following a proposed merger or acquisition. In addition, she interned for the Bay Area Legal Aid, which provides free legal help to low income people living in various counties in California.
During law school, Mian participated in the Cornell Law School Securities Law Clinic, where she successfully argued a motion for sanctions in a FINRA securities arbitration hearing on unauthorized trading. She also served as an economics and law teaching assistant for Professor George Hay and as a research assistant for Professor Michael Heise. Mian was Note Editor of the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy.
Beyond Fox Rothschild
While in graduate school at MIT, Mian was a guest speaker at a seminar on scientific evidence, where she discussed the use of fingerprinting and DNA-typing in American courtrooms to an audience of Chinese prosecutors. She also spent a semester at the Peking University Law School in Beijing, China, studying Chinese law.
Client ResourcesMediation/Arbitration: Resolution of Disputes Beyond the Courtroom
Vincent J. Poppiti and Mian R. Wang presented “Mediation/Arbitration: Resolution of Disputes Beyond the Courtroom” as part of a series of seminars hosted by the Delaware Chinese American Association (DCAA). The goal of the seminar, which was conducted in Chinese and English, was to bring awareness to alternate methods of dispute resolution, demonstrate how mediation and arbitration promote efficiency and fairness, and explain the processes of both. Download the Presentation (PDF file).