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Taipei

Address

8th Floor
2 Tun Hwa South Road, Section 2
Taipei, 106 Taiwan
(T) +886.2.7712.3399 / 886.2.2704.6808
(F) +886.2.2704.6791
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Partner-In-Charge

Jason Chen
(T) +886.2.7712.3204
jchen@jonesday.com

Additional Contacts

Patricia Huang
Office Administrator
(T) +886.2.7712.3209
phuang jonesday.com

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Established in 1990, Jones Day's Taipei Office grew from one attorney to over 20 lawyers today. Taipei was the third Jones Day office to open in Asia, after Tokyo and Hong Kong, and initially focused on providing corporate counseling to Taiwanese businesses in cross-border investments and mergers and acquisitions. Today, our practices include M&A, banking and finance, global disputes, capital markets, and intellectual property, all of which are consistently ranked in the top-tier by Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, and Asialaw.

The Taipei Office is the only worldwide partnership in Taiwan that has attorneys experienced and legally qualified in both U.S. and Taiwan law. Because of the Firm's seamless "One Firm Worldwide" platform, lawyers in Taipei work side by side, as part of efficiently integrated teams, with the Firm's 2,500 attorneys in offices throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East. Our Asia network numbers more than 200 lawyers and includes two offices in Mainland China (Beijing and Shanghai), Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Singapore.

Public service is an essential part of our office and, since its inception, our Taipei attorneys consistently have been involved in the community.  Institutions and government authorities in Taiwan often consult with us on law and policy reform proposals.  Several of our lawyers hold board or other key positions in organizations such as the American Chamber of Commerce, the Taipei Bar Association, and the National Bar Association.  Recently, some of our Taipei lawyers took leading roles and contributed to the amendment to Rules of Ethics by the National Bar Association and to the adoption of a set of regulations for listing by foreign companies in Taiwan for the Taiwan Stock Exchange.  We are regularly engaged in pro bono activities on behalf of the rights of children, young adults, and the disadvantaged.  We also undertake teaching projects with a number of Taiwan universities as well as the training of lawyers, judges, and prosecutors.