Associate Attorney – Chuck Guo
Chuck Guo, Esq., an Associate Attorney with the Law Offices of Deacon Zhang, P.C. at the Irvine Office, is licensed in the State of New York and the U.S. District Court in Central District of Illinois. With a narrow focus on the field of business- and employment-based non-immigrant and immigrant, he has zealously and successfully represented numerous clients in H-1B, P-3, L-1A, E-2, EB-1C, and other cases.
Sailed from Northern China, Mr. Guo has been braising in the U.S. law. He received his Master of Laws degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Prior to working for this law firm, he interned in a full-practice firm in central Illinois and externed with the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court of Illinois. His areas of interests are Immigration Law, Business Associations, Constitutional Law, and Economic Analysis of Law. He is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the American Immigration Lawyer Association (AILA), Orange County Asian American Bar Association (OCAABA), etc. Prior to coming to the U.S., he worked as a Corporate Finance Client Manager at China CITIC Bank Shijiazhuang Branch.
Mr. Guo is passionate about legal research and writing. He runs a WeChat Subscriber (ID: ChuckGuoLawyer) and a Zhihu Column. He has been also perfecting his public speaking skills, as he is planning to open a YouTube channel.
New York (2017)
LL.M., University of Illinois College of Law (2015)
LL.B., Hebei University of Economics and Business (2012)
English (Professional working)
Mandarin (Native or bilingual)
Guo, May Summary Judgment Be Used in Eminent Domain to Determine Just Compensation?, 14 J. of Ill. Loc. Gov’t Lawyers Ass’n 7 (2016).
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