Eugenia Wang


Eugenia (Jenny) Y. Wang is an associate and business lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. She is a member of the firm’s Finance Practice and the firm’s Supply Chain Industry Team. Jenny’s areas of focus include counseling businesses on general corporate and commercial matters including commercial contracts, dealer arrangements, supply chain contracts, marketing and promotion agreements, and logistics and transportation contracts.  Jenny is an author and editor of Foley’s Blockchain in Supply Chain series, which explores the application of blockchain technology usage in the supply chain.

Jenny is a United States Navy veteran. She was stationed in Monterey, California, and Schofield Barracks, Hawaii for six years as a Chinese linguist.



  • Wisconsin State Bar, Young Lawyer Division
    • Secretary (2020 – 2023)
    • Director (2018 – 2019)

Presentations and Publications

12 December 2023 Viewpoints

Post-Pandemic Inventory Management

The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent supply chain disruptions upended supply chains and caused inventory shortages followed by excess...
05 December 2023 Viewpoints

New FDA Tip Sheet

This is a great update regarding new FDA regulations concerning the supply of critical foods including infant formula and medical foods.
19 April 2023 Manufacturing Industry Advisor

Quantity Requirements Under UCC Art. 2: Let’s Ensure Supply

In the business world, many companies enter into long-term contracts with respect to high volume, expensive, or essential transactions. A long-term contract is certainly beneficial for these types of transactions, but companies should also consider whether the long-term contract should contain a specific quantity for the products being purchased.
05 December 2022 Blogs

Get up to Speed: Blockchain for the Auto Industry

A number of industries have embraced blockchain technology, and the auto industry also could benefit from the widespread adoption of blockchain technology.
02 August 2022 Blogs

Superfund Chemical Excise Taxes: Check Your Contracts

Initially enacted in 1980, the Superfund chemical excise taxes apply to the sale or use of certain chemicals and substances to fund a federal cleanup program for hazardous waste sites.
23 June 2022 Manufacturing Industry Advisor

Going the Distance: Managing Freight Costs and Delivery Delays in 2022

In this article we provide a crash course on the causes of today's delays and rising costs, ways to reduce risk to your enterprise, and a brief look forward.