LCS & Partners is a preeminent law firm in Taiwan that regularly represents large and complex cross-border transactions and litigation. Our principal practices include Banking, Competition, Corporate M&A, Capital Markets, Employment, Fintech Law, Infrastructure, IP, Litigation & Arbitration, Real Estate, Securitization, TMT, Tax and Trust.Read More >
2017 Cross-border M&A Deal of the Year - Global Wafer’s NT$21.4 billion acquisition of Sun Edison, a U.S. listing company, has been selected as the 2017 Cross-border M&A Deal of the Year by Taiwan M&A and Private Equity Association. LCS represented Global Wafer in this landmark deal.
LCS is the exclusive member firm of World Service Group (WSG) in Taiwan. WSG consists of member firms from over 115 countries, each with the industry's highest professional reputation and practical experiences.
We are extremely honored to announce that our Mark Harty has been elected as Chairman of WSG for 2017-2018.
LCS is also the exclusive member of ALFA International, the global legal network that supports our clients' legal needs anywhere. ALFA International consists of 150 member firms throughout the United States and in 65 countries. Member firms provide efficient and effective support in international transactions and litigation.
The article “Taiwan’s Referendum on Nuclear and Feed-in Tariff Reductions – Implications for Investors” co-authored by LCS & Partners and Reed Smith has been published on Asian Power. Please click to review the article.
In 2018, we amended our book “Fintech Law and Development” (published by LCS in 2017), which includes a comprehensive legal analysis on Regulatory Sandbox, sharing economy, Blockchain, cryptocurrency, electronic payment, P2P lending, crowdfunding, new patterns of financing, Robo-Advisor, and other Fintech related topics. Please click to review the book.
In 2018, World Bank once again chose LCS as the cooperation firm in Taiwan for its global labor environment analysis. Please click to review the 2018 report.
Taiwanese Government has budgeted US$14 billion for the "Forward-Looking Infrastructure Program" for the next four years and there are plenty of the opportunities in the areas of mass transit, energy, water and etc. for the international contractors. LCS’ Infrastructure Practice Team will update the development of the Program from time to time in our website. Please click to review the Newsletters.
The 2019 “Private M&A” book of the Getting the Deal Through series has been published. Please click to review the 2019 global M&A legal updates as well as the Taiwan chapter contributed by LCS.
LCS issued the IFLR 2018 Global Mergers Control Survey- Taiwan Chapter. Please click to review the global legal update.