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Taiwan A-list 2023

Practice areas

Construction; government procurement; telecommunications; investment; M&A


Lee Chung-Teh is a renowned legal professional who has established himself as an expert in various legal domains, including dispute resolution, construction projects, cross-border transactions, M&A, biotech industry-related matters and more. With more than three decades of experience in the legal field, Lee has made significant contributions to the industry. Before co-founding Lee Tsai & Partners in 1998, he worked as a partner at another law firm in Taipei and served as a judge at the district courts.

Lee boasts an impressive educational background, having earned an LLM and JSD from UC Berkeley Law School in 1981 and 1986, respectively. And he previously obtained his LLB degree from National Taiwan University in 1977.

His extensive experience and expertise have made him a respected figure in the legal community, successfully handling various projects and cases. These include representing companies in the semiconductor industry, search engine companies, and social media companies relating to data centres and data privacy issues. Moreover, he has also assisted with legal matters for harbour development and offshore wind power projects, acted in arbitration cases for petrochemical companies and software licensing issues, and advised on competition law matters for a Korean electronics company. In addition, he has provided legal advice and representation for various other companies in the areas, including but not limited to mergers and acquisitions, contract negotiations and disputes, human resources, and employment law issues.

Lee has recently received recognition as a senior statespeople in the 2022 Greater China Region rankings by Chambers and Partners for his work in the technology, media, and telecoms industry. And he is currently in the intellectual property rights. committee co-chair of the European Chambers of Commerce Taiwan. In addition to his legal career, Lee played a key role in establishing the Taiwan Foundation for Rare Disorders in 1999 and served as its founding chairman for six years.

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