Mr. Chang is a partner at Castellan Law Group, APC. Mr. Chang has substantial experience in corporate and real estate transactions. Mr. Chang received his Juris Doctor degree from UC Berkeley School of Law.
After obtaining his law degree, Mr. Chang went to work as an Associate with Cravath, Swaine & Moore, LLP in New York, where he represented clients in numerous corporate transactions, including, among others: $1.75 billion private offering of 8% convertible preferred stock by Lucent Technologies, Inc.; $424 million secondary offering by KKR of the Willis Group Holdings Limited; and $84 million initial public offering by Stelmar Shipping Limited. At Cravath, Swaine & Moore, LLP, Mr. Chang also had the opportunity to be part of a team of attorneys that defended the nation’s top investment banks in the infamous Enron litigation matter.
Mr. Chang left Cravath, Swaine & Moore, LLP to found his current firm. At Castellan Law Group, APC, Mr. Chang heads the firm’s business transactions practice area. His work on behalf of many of the firm’s corporate client includes many types of business and real estate transactions.
MARTIN C. BOBAK
(Of counsel to the firm) Born in 1958 in New Haven Connecticut, Mr. Bobak is an attorney at law licensed to practice in the state of California and in Colorado. Mr. Bobak specializes in litigation of business, corporate and real estate related issues where he has represented diverse clients ranging from small entrepreneurial businesses up to fortune five hundred companies.
In addition to his legal practice, Mr. Bobak is currently on the Board of Directors of the Goldwin Foundation, Inc., is a former member of the Board of Directors for Love on 4 Paws, is an amateur photographer and volunteers at local hospitals with his therapy dog.
FRANK C. LIN
After obataining his Juris Doctor degree from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Berkeley Law) in 2000, Mr. Lin began practicing corporate law with Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP, a premiere Los Angeles-based law firm with offices in Washington, D.C. and New York, where Mr. Lin represented corporations and other business organizations in numerous private and public offerings of equity and debt securities totaling over $20 billion.
Mr. Lin has also represented emerging growth businesses, small to middle market entrepreneurial clients and nonprofit organizations in a wide range of industries, including apparel, e-commerce, education, food & beverage, health professionals, import and export, logistics and transportation, mortgage lending, restaurants, retail sales, technology, transport and logistics and wholesaling. Mr. Lin’s experience includes mergers and acquisitions, structured finance, corporate reorganizations, corporate governance and regulatory compliance matters, commercial lending and franchising.
Currently, Mr. Lin also serves as the Chief Legal Counsel of an emerging property management company headquartered in Orange County which manages a diverse portfolio of over 50 multifamily, retail and office properties.
At Castellan Law Group, APC, Mr. Lin concentrates his practice on general corporate law, real estate law and corporate governance. Mr. Lin is licensed in California.
DANIEL T. HUANG
Daniel T. Huang has been practicing law since 1996. He is a certified specialist in immigration and nationality law with the California State Bar. A graduate of Loyola Law School, Daniel is a long time member of the Immigration Section Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association. He served as the Chair of the Immigration Section from 2016-2017. Over the years, Daniel has held various liaison positions representing the Los Angeles immigration legal community with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, USCIS California Service Center, and the U.S. State Department. In the past several years, Daniel has organized annual binational conferences with the Colegio de La Frontera Norte in Tijuana, Mexico, featuring government and private stakeholders to address issues related to border enforcement, asylum seekers, and integration of deportees.
Daniel has served as a panel speaker and organizer for many LACBA sponsored events on investment-based visas, employment-based immigration, non-immigrant work visas, family-based immigration, immigration-related federal litigation, border issues, and consular processing.
Daniel frequently participates in volunteer activities with the Immigration Project and other service providers. He has written and published articles related to U.S. immigration in the English, Chinese, and Spanish languages.