Law Offices of Qiang Bjornbak
Our Firm Distinction is always confined to the few. Law Offices of Qiang Bjornbak possesses bilingual ability in English or Chinese. It is one of the most prominent law firms in the Chinese community in Southern California. It is affiliated with Lehman, Lee, & Xu, a major law firm in P.R. China with 210 practitioners in eight Chinese cities. This law firm's prominent feature is to provide the best legal team work for its clients. Qiang Bjornbak has made excellent professional achievements. She has handled hundreds of cases. She is a vice chair of China Committee under American Bar Association International Law Section. She has received a special mention award from American Bar Association. Besides Qiang Bjornbak, a number of well-known attorneys are affiliated with this law firm. They include but not limited to former chair of American Immigration Lawyer Association southern California chapter, a Los Angeles icon who has practiced law for more than fifty years, excellent and seasoned civil & business law attorneys. We provide extensive legal service to our clients. Our immigration practices cover all kinds of non-immigration visas, family-based immigration visas, employment-based visas, investment immigration visas, special immigrants including battered spouse or widow/widower, change of status, adjustment of status, all stages of removal proceedings, appeal to the Ninth Circuit, etc. We handle the most convoluted immigration cases such as a combination of immigration fraud, crime, and outstanding deportation orders. Our civil law practices cover personal injury, divorce, wills and trusts. Our business law practice covers intellectual property protection, business transactions, business litigation, international trade disputes, antidumping, China Law, foreign judgment or arbitration award enforcement, etc. Qiang Bjornbak works with top-notch attorneys to provide high level legal advice to our clients. We have resources and experience to form the most suitable business entities for you with a view to the long term interest. We will guide your business through the uncertainties of commercial transactions and minimize the risks involved in your business activities. In terms of litigation, we'll help you to solve your problems at earliest possible stage. That is to say, we will live up to your expectation of best results at a reasonable cost. We'll solve your legal hurdle as efficiently as possible so that you can save your time and financial resources and reduce your emotional stress. One of our most important features is international law practice. Qiang Bjornbak is admitted to Court of International Trade and Court of Appeals of the Federal Circuit. That means she can represent you in these courts regarding international trade disputes. Moreover, she has extensive connections with international attorneys who can co-operate with her to solve some international disputes either in foreign courts or international arbitration institutions. Her expertise had been recognized by her peers. For example, she was invited to speak at an antidumping seminar to Jiangsu Lawyers' Association in 2004.Her Co-counsel William E. Perry used to work for the Office of General Counsel, U.S. International Trade Commission ("ITC"), and Office of Chief Counsel and Office of Antidumping Investigations, U.S. Department of Commerce for many years. Mr. Perry has won more than thirty antidumping and other trade cases for Chinese and other foreign exporters, including eighteen initial antidumping investigations. Our Intellectual Property Practice covers preparing and prosecuting U.S. and foreign patent and trademark applications, preparing and filing copyright applications, negotiating and drafting patent, trademark and copyright license agreements and assignments, counseling clients regarding protection of proprietary information, including trade secrets and employee agreements and preparing novelty, validity and infringement opinions, patent, trademark, copyright and unfair competition litigation etc. China Law is our special niche. We are ahead of many other peers in China law research. Qiang Bjornbak is the lead co-editor of China Law Reporter which was well commented on by American Bar Association leaders and received an ABA award. We have the advantage over some other practitioners in China practice because we have developed special and long term connections with legal professionals in China. Many top Chinese law firms have contacted this firm to work on international or China law cases.