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Real estate and construction
Remington Huang and David Liou co-head the real estate and construction practice at Baker & McKenzie. The team recently provided legal and tax advice to Hong Kong-based Sino Land, in relation to the NT$250m acquisition of irrigated agricultural land; and advised GTM Development on the purchase and leaseback of a building worth NT$2.5bn.
At Jones Day, real estate head William Bryson is praised for his ‘excellent overall knowledge of the Asian market – Taiwan’s in particular’. His team provides ‘service of the highest calibre’, and has been assisting a private equity real estate fund with its potential acquisition of a commercial building in Taipei. Marianne Chao is at the helm of the firm’s busy construction practice, and recently represented Balfour Beatty in a bid for a $1bn rail project in Taiwan. Chung-Ping Liu is also recommended.
Yi-Jiun Su and her team at Lee and Li advise multinational and local companies from a broad range of business sectors on contentious and non-contentious real estate and construction matters, including strategic planning, leases, sales and purchases, zoning, development and construction contracts and regulations. The firm recently assisted CPI Asia T-Mart on the NT$6.7bn sale of the Test Rite Building. Chia-Ching Lee and Pauline Wang are also recommended.
At Lee, Tsai & Partners, Chung-Teh Lee and Jaclyn Tsai advise on the full range of real estate issues, and are particularly known for their projects expertise. Clients include Siemens and Kelti Group.
Tsar & Tsai Law Firm is renowned in the market for the strength of its construction practice. It recently advised leading developers and construction companies on projects related to the Taipei subway system (MRT), as well as assisting property owners on the development of commercial and residential projects in the Taipei area. Lillian Chu heads the team.
Formosa Transnational is best known for its infrastructure, government procurement and advisory work. Ya-Fen Lin and newly promoted partner Peng Kwang Chen recently represented a city government in a high-profile $200m dispute over a BOT project in relation to Taipei’s MRT.
Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law is particularly experienced in handling construction-related matters for domestic and international companies, and benefits from longstanding relationships with leading Japanese construction firms.
LCS & Partners handles the full range of commercial real estate transactions for institutional investors, and also assists with large-scale public auctions of commercial buildings and hotels.
Liang & Partners is particularly accomplished at handling government procurement and construction disputes. It also undertakes a significant flow of infrastructure and BOT projects.