Nathan Cook and Jane Zhang, of Miller Mayer, will discuss & answer questions regarding a variety of Visa Options (EB-5, E-2, L-1), Entrepreneurial Parole, CPT/OPT, and Business Formation Issues.
This event will be held on Cornell’s campus at Sage Hall in room B05.
About Nathan Cook and Jane Zhang:
Nathan J. Cook is an Attorney Of Counsel in Miller Mayer’s Business Law, Real Estate, and Intellectual Property practice groups. Mr. Cook focuses his practice on business, finance, real estate, and intellectual property law. Mr. Cook’s business and finance practice includes advising entrepreneurs and businesses in formation and governance, employment matters, mergers and acquisitions, licensing, succession planning, and financing, including venture capital. Mr. Cook’s real estate practice includes representing buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate throughout Central New York and the Southern Tier. Mr. Cook’s intellectual property law practice includes advising clients in intellectual property protection, trademark and copyright registration, franchising, licensing, negotiation and preparation of software development and service agreements, and trade secret protection. Mr. Cook is a member of the New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey bars. He received a J.D. from Rutgers Law School and Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the University of North Texas.
Jane (Yue) Zhang is an Associate in Miller Mayer’s Immigration practice group.
Ms. Zhang focuses her practice on employment-based immigration focusing on the EB-5 preference category. Ms. Zhang is a part of the Miller Mayer team representing EB-5 regional centers in matters related to both immigration law and corporate and securities law, including designation, compliance, and governance. Prior to joining Miller Mayer, Ms. Zhang was corporate counsel of a commercial real estate development company. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
Ms. Zhang is a member of the New York and New Jersey State bars. She received her J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law, where she was Lead Articles Editor of Syracuse Law Review, and her B.A. from Barnard College, Columbia University.
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