Chengdong (C.D.) Xing is one of the handful China-U.S. dual-qualified lawyers practicing construction law, with a focus on complex litigation. Fluent in both Mandarin and English, Mr. Xing represents owners/developers, designers, architects, engineers, and contractors in a wide variety of legal matters including construction contractual risks and dispute resolution.
Prior to joining Zetlin & De Chiara, Mr. Xing worked as an in-house counsel for a leading Fortune Global 500 construction firm in Shanghai, where he was involved with domestic and international landmark projects throughout their whole life cycles. The in-house experience also gave him a unique perspective on what clients require from their legal counsel, facilitating his efficient communication with clients and understanding of the issues.
Mr. Xing is active in professional legal organizations. He serves as a member of Asian Affairs Committee of New York City Bar Association, where he offers his expertise in the shaping of law and public policy. He is also a member of the Seventh Working Group of “The Permanent Forum of China Construction Law” (PFCCL), a professional communication platform composed of its members and observers with the object of promoting the development of China construction law.
Mr. Xing, as co-author, recently published “Feasibility Study on Utilizing the Internet and Information Technology to Improve the Efficiency and Transparency of Litigation and Arbitration Proceedings” (in Chinese; the English version is pending) on PFCCL and “The MTA's New Statutory Rules of Debarment.”
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Senior Partner Michael Zetlin along with associate Chengdong (C.D.) Xing presented on the MTA's New Debarment Rules for the Women Builders Council.
- 08.22.2019Feasibility Study on Utilizing the Internet and Information Technology to Improve the Efficiency and Transparency of Litigation and Arbitration ProceedingsPFCCL
This article is written in Chinese, an English translation is forthcoming.
New York State’s $175 billion FY 2020 budget included several Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“MTA”) reforms. One of these reforms, the debarment provision (Bill No. A02009C/S01509-C, Section § 1279-h), allows the MTA to determine unilaterally that alleged “defaulting” contractors and consultants will be prohibited from bidding on future MTA contracts for a period of five years based on their performance on prior or current MTA projects.
New York University School of Law, LLM
East China University of Political Science and Law, LLB
- New York