Po Fu Cheng is an associate in the Subrogation Department and practices in both the field of insurance subrogation as well as China Business Practice. He handles workers' compensation as well as property subrogation matters throughout the United States, and he has assisted many companies with their business ventures and dealings both in China and here in the United States. He has successfully resolved hundreds of claims for his clients including a plane crash, boating accidents, automobile collisions, product defects, medical malpractice, commercial and residential fires, gas explosions, water losses, structural collapse and construction defects.
Po Fu spent seven years in the architectural industry before joining White and Williams, and is well versed in every aspect of the design and construction administration process. His experience and training allows him to understand complex engineering issues and communicate effectively with experts from all fields, ensuring maximum prospect of recovery.
Po Fu is fluent in multiple languages including Mandarin, Taiwanese and Hokkien, and he has a profound understanding of Chinese culture and its rules and regulations. His language ability and knowledge is invaluable to clients wishing to conduct business in China and the greater Asia region.
Po Fu practices throughout the United States using the services of local counsel under a special program of the Subrogation Department.
Bar and Court Admissions
Temple University Beasley School of Law, JD, 2008
University of Pennsylvania, MA, 1998
Iowa State University, BA, 1996
- Mandarin Chinese
- Represented insurance carrier in a plane crash accident in New Jersey, which resulted in combined cash recovery and future credit of 5 million dollars
- Represented insurance carrier in a scaffolding collapse in New York, which resulted in combined cash recovery and future credit of 2.8 million dollars
- Represented insurance carrier in a slip and fall accident in Virginia, which resulted in combined cash recovery and future credit of 1.56 million dollars
- Formulate, negotiate and prepare contract agreement for the Philadelphia Orchestra and its annual Tour of Asia performance, including performances in Taipei, Peking, Shanghai, Nanjing and several other Asian cities