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Baker McKenzie has the resources to handle a range of real estate work, including M&A-related matters, developments, financings and commercial leasing. The team has strong ties with international retailers through its global network and assists several with lease agreements upon entering Taiwan. Tiffany Huang is accomplished at handling construction disputes and is representing Ho-Ping Power Company in an administrative appeal against the penalty imposed on it by the government for its alleged breach of the Air Pollution Prevention Act during the construction of a coal-fired power plant. David Liou is another key name.

Lee and Li has the critical mass to provide an all-encompassing service to domestic and international clients throughout the lifecycle of real estate and construction projects, including any disputes that should arise. Angela Lin is highly regarded for construction disputes and Yi-Jiun Su focuses on transactional real estate.

Tsar & Tsai Law Firm is accomplished at handling construction disputes and is representing Pacific Construction Group in its litigation with the Far East Group concerning a high-profile ownership dispute over one of the country’s largest department stores. Lillian Chu and Edgar Chen are recommended.

Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law represents clients across the gamut of real estate matters including the development, sale, lease and management of residential and commercial property. In addition to transactional work, the firm is regularly engaged in construction disputes for international clients including a raft of Japanese construction companies. Sophia Lelong is recommended.

Jones Day’s real estate team works closely with complementary practice areas, including banking and finance and M&A, to provide a strong offering to clients engaged in major transactions. The team has handled real estate acquisitions for several financial services entities including Fubon Financial Holdings, which it advised on its £332m purchase of the Madame Tussauds and London Planetarium land and building from SIR MTL. Of counsel Marianne Chao focuses on contentious construction work.

Lee, Tsai & Partners’ Chung-Teh Lee regularly handles contentious construction matters. The firm has had a role on the transactional and litigation front on numerous transportation/infrastructure projects.

Formosa Transnational Attorneys at Law has an impressively broad-ranging litigation pedigree, which includes contentious construction mandates. Ya-Fen Lin is recommended for arbitration cases.

At LCS & Partners, David Chuang has a particular niche advising on real estate securitisation matters, and also advises domestic and international clients on their real estate investments. Margaret Huang handles infrastructure projects and construction disputes.

At Liang & Partners, Bernice Fan advises private and public sector clients on BOT and PPP transactions.

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