Wenfeng (Kevin) Su focuses his practice on commercial litigation. He has obtained favorable results in contract disputes between private equity fund investors and managers, soft IP battles between competing tech companies, tracing fugitive corruption and bribery offenders to recover proceeds of crime, and enforcing foreign arbitral awards in U.S. courts. Kevin has experience in diverse matters ranging from cross-border litigation, arbitration, and investigation, to advising foreign companies on complying with U.S. export control and sanctions laws.
- Acted for a Chinese state-owned transportation infrastructure constructor seeking recovery from its former chairman and his wife for manipulating the company’s contractor-selection process in exchange for bribes.
- Obtained a default judgment from a European court for a major Chinese central state-owned entity seeking recovery against its absconded former officer for breach of fiduciary duty and misappropriating company assets.
- Successfully defended two subsidiaries of a large Chinese sanitary appliances producer against allegations of breaching an exclusive distribution agreement.
- Represented a Chinese international trade company in recognizing an arbitral award issued by a foreign arbitration tribunal in a federal court.
- Defended a Chinese multinational telecommunications technology company against allegations of fraud and advised the company in criminal investigations conducted by the Department of Justice.
- Defended a Chinese state-owned DRAM manufacturer against allegations of conspiracy to misappropriate trade secrets.
- Successfully defended a subsidiary of a Chinese public company in a AAA arbitration of a $200 million contract default dispute against its venture capital fund manager, overcoming clear language in the fund documents disfavoring the client’s position.
- Advised a Chinese state-owned nuclear energy group on U.S. regulatory compliance matters in response to three companies from the group being designated to the Entity List, and subsequently developed a set of export compliance programs tailored for said companies and their affiliates.
Originally from Beijing, China, Kevin grew up in Sydney, Australia and received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics and Environmental Studies from University of New South Wales. He attended Washburn University School of Law before transferring to Boston University School of Law, where he earned his Juris Doctorate magna cum laude. During law school, Kevin completed a judicial externship clerking for the Honorable Stephen D. Hill at the Kansas Court of Appeals.
Prior to joining Miller Barondess, Kevin practiced in the Silicon Valley office of King & Wood Mallesons LLP.
Admitted to practice in California and New York.