Song Haijia has a Master's degree from the National University of Singapore School of Business. He holds dual qualifications in both law and management. He is also a qualified lawyer and certified tax agent.
Having focused on the research and practice of equity law issues for more than 20 years, he specializes in dealing with shareholders' disputes via the "litigation + negotiation" approach. He advocates principled and cooperative negotiations, avoids confrontational and competitive negotiations all while creating the best alternative with the common interests of all parties to resolve the dispute. Song Hai Jia strongly believes that corporate lawyers should surpass the traditional legal menatality and consider the feasibility of equity trading schemes from an economical perspective.
The paper Equity Incentive Mechanism for Non-Listed Companies is awarded as the Outstanding Paper of the National University of Singapore. Books he has written includes : Partners - Legal Issues for Shareholder Disputes (Second Edition), State-owned Enterprise Property Transfer Lawyer Business, Redefining equity incentives, a case to understand the tax on equity financing and other books.
Song has served as a National Science and Technology Entrepreneur Tutor, Legal Adviser of Shanghai Science and Technology Commission, Deputy Director of Shanghai Science Management Committee Professional Advisory Committee, Deputy Director of the 8th Company Law Committee of Shanghai Lawyers, and Deputy Director of the 9th State-owned State-owned Enterprise Special Committee. Furthermore, he has won the titles of “Shanghai Jingan’s Top Ten Lawyers”, “Shanghai Excellent Technology Entrepreneurship Tutor”, “Shanghai Excellent Volunteers” and “Shanghai Top Ten Outstanding Volunteers”.