Sang serves on DLA Piper's Global Board, US Executive Committee and National Diversity and Inclusion Executive Board. He is currently Co-Chair of the Global Tax Practice, Chair of the US Tax Practice and Managing Partner of Northern California which includes Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Sacramento offices.
Sang concentrates his practice in international tax and operational structuring, global transfer pricing strategy, cross-border mergers, acquisitions, dispositions and joint ventures, post-acquisition integration and international tax controversy.
He frequently serves as the managing international legal counsel for multijurisdictional and multi-disciplinary projects and matters implicating tax, employment, IP, corporate formation, governance, regulatory, foreign exchange controls, supply chain, and import duties.
Sang has led several hundred international expansion and structuring projects for companies across a wide spectrum of industries and jurisdictions from emerging enterprises to largest multinationals. Representative industries include high tech, consumer products, life sciences, energy, media, technology services, venture funds, manufacturing and distribution. Within these industries, he has extensive experience working with clients in the solar, semiconductor, software, consulting, data storage, data security, social/ecommerce, gaming, consumer electronics, retail, medical devices and networking sectors.
LL.M., New York University School of Law 1996; J.D., Northwestern University School of Law 1995; B.A., Columbia University 1992