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  • J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, 1987
  • A.B., Duke University, high honors, 1982

Bar Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • Rhode Island

Memberships & Affiliations

Asian American Civic Association, Board of Directors

Massachusetts Bar Association

Rhode Island Bar Association

David L. Woronov

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  • T: 617.449.6562
    F: 617.607.6015

David Woronov has a diverse business practice representing U.S. and foreign clients in their business transactions. He advises small to mid-cap companies as well as large public companies in connection with mergers and acquisitions and private equity, and in every stage of business development, structuring and management, including succession planning and strategizing. Mr. Woronov has unique experience in matters focused on the European and Asian markets, including the establishment of multiple equity joint ventures and contractual joint ventures for American and European companies in the People’s Republic of China, and structuring and development of enforceable contracts for use in China. Mr. Woronov also represents entertainment industry players and handles entertainment law matters.

Mr. Woronov, a former UK resident, was previously an active member of Mackrell International. He speaks regularly on doing business in China, and was the keynote speaker at Suffolk University’s Sawyer Business School’s spring conference on opportunities in Asia. He currently serves on the board of directors of the Asian American Civic Association and is a contributing writer to China Law Blog. He is also a former adjunct professor at Providence College, where he taught Business Law, Public Policy Studies and Leadership Studies. He has published numerous articles on business topics, including in such areas as derivatives and related banking products, and has authored a legal column in Providence Monthly Magazine.


Harvard University Medical School
Two Areas of Focus for Foreign Businesses in China: Investment and IP Protection
Boston University School of Law
Legal Aspects of Business In China, In the USA And In Between
MIT-CHIEF Workshop Series, MIT Sloan School of Business