LCS & Partners

Legal Services | Taiwan
tel: +886 2 2729 8000 | fax: +886 2 2722 6677
5F., No. 8, Sec. 5, Sinyi Rd. | Taipei | 110 | Taiwan

Main Contacts

Mark J. Harty

Senior Counsel

Kai-Hua Yu

Senior Counsel


Taipei, Taiwan


LCS & Partners is a top tier law firms in Taiwan that constantly handles the largest and most complex cross-border transactions and litigation in Taiwan. Our main practices include Competition, Corporate M&A, Capital Markets, Infrastructure, IP, Litigation, Real Estate, Securitization, TMT, Tax and Trust. In 2016, LCS won the EUROMONEY Women in Business - Taiwan Law Firm of the Year. LCS attorneys are consistently ranked as Tier 1 individuals by IFLR, Chambers and The Legal 500. In 2016, The Legal 500 ranked LCS as Tier 1 law firm in Capital Markets, Corporate M&A, Employment, Energy & Projects and TMT.

LCS is now:
● One of the five largest law firms in Taiwan
● Firm of the Year awarded by Taiwan Stock Exchange
● Tier one law firm in Capital Markets, Corporate M&A, Competition, Energy, Infrastructure, FINTECH, Securitization, Real Estate and Trust
● EUROMONEY Women in Business Award - 2016 Law Firm of the Year in Taiwan

Our principal practices include:
● Banking & Derivatives (including Structured Finance, Acquisition Financing and Project Finance)
● Capital Markets & Securities
● Competition
● Corporate M&A
● Cross-Border Investments
● Energy
● Entertainment
● Employment & Labor
● Fund Formation (including private equity, hedge fund, venture fund)
● Infrastructure
● Insurance (including claim review, compliance & litigation)
● Intellectual Property and Licensing (including all aspects of IP practices)
● Litigation & Arbitration
● Real Estate & Real Estate Securitization
● Trust

Managing Partner: Kai Yu ([email protected]); Dr. Pijan Wu ([email protected]); Mark Harty ([email protected])

Notable Partners and Senior Counsels: PJ Wu (Infrastructure); Victor I Shiu Chang (Fund Formations and Corporate M&A), Kevin Chang (Capital Markets and Insurance), Chi-hsi Chao (IP and Corporate), Amy Chin (Cross-border M&A and Capital Markets), David Chuang (Real Estate, Securitization and Corporate Finance), Mark Harty (Banking and Insurance), Tan Hu (Litigation), Tom Hsieh (Insolvency, Capital Markets and Commercial Disputes), Margaret Huang (Anti-trust and Employment), Grace Ku (Securities, Trust and Banking), Bob Pan (Trademarks and Patents), Winnie Wei (Banking, Fund Formation and Corporate), Pijan Wu (TMT, Entertainment and Energy), Adam Yang (Litigation), Alex Yeh (Insurance and Corporate), Lucia Yiou (IP & TMT), Brian Yu (Capital Markets and Corporate)

Year this Office was Established: 1998
Lawyers Worldwide: 100
Languages: Chinese, English and Japanese


Areas of Practice



Victor I-Hsiu Chang

Victor I-Hsiu Chang

Partner, Head of Cross Border Group
Kevin  Chang

Kevin Chang

Chi-Hsi  Chao

Chi-Hsi Chao

Senior Counsel
Amy  Chin

Amy Chin

Senior Counsel
David  Chuang

David Chuang

Mark J. Harty

Mark J. Harty

Senior Counsel
Tom  Hsieh

Tom Hsieh

Grace  Ku

Grace Ku

Rich  Lin

Rich Lin

Bob  Pan

Bob Pan

Senior Counsel
Hu  Tan

Hu Tan

Winnie  Wei

Winnie Wei

Senior Counsel
Pijan  Wu

Pijan Wu

Senior Counsel
Adam  Yang

Adam Yang

Alex  Yeh

Alex Yeh

Brian  Yu

Brian Yu

Senior Counsel
Kai-Hua  Yu

Kai-Hua Yu

Senior Counsel


Chris  Chen

Chris Chen

Peter  Chen

Peter Chen

Alex  Cheng

Alex Cheng

Alan  Huang

Alan Huang

Brian  Jang

Brian Jang

Denise  Jen

Denise Jen

Khloe  Lai

Khloe Lai

Weita  Liao

Weita Liao

Erin  Lin

Erin Lin

Rose  Lin

Rose Lin

Alice Fuyi Lu

Alice Fuyi Lu

Louis  Tzeng

Louis Tzeng

Allen  Wu

Allen Wu

Sam  Wu

Sam Wu



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