Real Estate Attorney
Real Estate Attorney
Charles Wu provides investor entree to the real estate and financial markets of America, the West and the world. Wu's contacts and relationships are solid assets for the prospective investor in overseas markets. Wu is an accomplished attorney and partner in the Grandall Law Firm, one of the largest partnership law firms in China. Grandall's offices are located across the P.R.C and circle the globe, in several European cities and in California's Silicon Valley. Their Shanghai office is Wu's home base.
In a firm known for the specialized talents and knowledge of its partners, Wu's expertise stands out for his notably diverse work in complex international property and commercial transactions. Wu has been deeply involved in major real estate, industrial and infrastructure projects, helping facilitate investment, financing, development and construction of projects. These projects range from power generation stations and renewable energy facilities to off- and onshore oil and gas drilling facilities and petrochemical plants and refineries. They also involve work in a spectrum of industries from milling and mining, to pharmaceuticals, to heavy equipment, to theme parks, hotels, resorts and entertainment.
Wu serves as counsel to technology, sports and entertainment companies, as well as to a long list of Fortune 500 corporations. His charge is to act as agent and representative for their financial interests, both in China and internationally, in commercial transactions, structured financing and portfolio investments.
In the past, Wu served as the Fluor Corporation's Senior Counsel for Asia Pacific, based in Houston and Shanghai, and as Associate General Counsel for Covanta Energy in Shanghai. He was an associate at two other international law firms, working out of Washington, D.C. and Beijing, as well as from Shanghai.
Wu is a member of the bar in the P.R.C. and New York State. Fluent in English, Wu was educated in the West, earning an LL.M. as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar at Columbia Law School in New York in 2007. He also took a Master's at the University of Nottingham School of Law in the U.K. in 2001. Wu earned his LL.B. in 2000 at the Foreign Affairs College in Beijing, China's school of diplomacy.