Julia Cheng is a partner at the law firm of Di Santo LLP. Julia specializes in advising startups, on-going businesses or individuals on issues relating to business or intellectual property matters. Her clients include foreign and domestic clients ranging from individuals to established or startup businesses in the fields of software, internet, wireless, branding, entertainment, music, health & fitness, food and non-profit in their dealings with companies which include Fortune 500 companies, government institutions and sophisticated investors such as Microsoft, Electronic Arts, major record labels, Conde Nast, Getty Images, PBS, East Timor government, Copyright Office of Liberia and Icahn ventures. Prior to joining the firm Di Santo LLP, Julia practiced law for several years at the Wall Street firm of Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP and successfully ran her own practice, CyberlawStudio, Pllc, a corporate and intellectual law boutique for seasoned entrepreneurs from her studio apartment in downtown Manhattan. A graduate of The Johns Hopkins University and Fordham University School of Law, Julia spent her childhood growing up in Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong, has traveled to 20+ countries (and counting) and speaks Mandarin Chinese, Japanese and French (descending scale of proficiency). While not advising clients, Julia immerses herself in music composition/production courses at The Juilliard School.