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Once again this year, LCS has won Euromoney’s 2014 “Best law firm in Taiwan for Woman in Law and Business”
The international awards received by LCS in 2014
Tier 1 Merger and Acquisition law firm in Taiwan rated by IFLR from 2009 to 2013
The international awards received by LCS in 2013
The international awards received by LCS in 2012
LCS was ranked by Bloomberg as the No. 1 law firm in Taiwan in terms of M&A deal counts

In 2010, LCS acted as counsel to IML, the first foreign company that was listed on Taiwan Stock Exchange

The international awards received by LCS in 2014

Mark Harty was elected as WSG’s Director of the Board, WSG is a global legal services alliance and LCS is the Taiwan exclusive member firm.
Rich Lin was selected as a Leading Lawyer in Taiwan in the categories of Corporate/M&A and Capital Markets by IFLR.
Victor Chang was selected as a Leading Lawyer in Taiwan in the category of Corporate/M&A by IFLR.
Mark Harty was selected by IFLR as a Leading Lawyer in Taiwan in the categories of Corporate/M&A, Banking and Finance and Capital Markets by IFLR.

The international awards received by LCS in 2013

LCS was awarded with 2013 “Capital Markets Law Firm of the Year”, “Real Estate Law Firm of the Year”, “Trusts Law Firm of the Year” and “Energy Law Firm of the Year” in Taiwan by Corporate INTL.
LCS has won ALB’s 2013 “Best Employer” for law firms in Taiwan.

The international awards received by LCS in 2012

  Asia Women In Business Law Awards 2012

                               


Energy Law, Firm of the Year in Taiwan - Corporate Intl 2012 Global Award
Trusts Law, Firm of the Year in Taiwan - Corporate Intl 2012 Global Award
Taiwanese Competition/Antitrust Law Firm of the Year - Acquisition  International M&A Award 2012
Mediation Law Firm of the Year, Taiwan - Finance Monthly Global Awards 2012 winner

In 2010, LCS acted as counsel to IML, the first foreign company that was listed on Taiwan Stock Exchange
In 2010, LCS acted as counsel to IML, the first foreign company that was listed on Taiwan Stock Exchange