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Led by Michael Wong, Baker McKenzie’s two-partner practice handles a broad spectrum of contentious and non-contentious matters relating to direct and indirect tax. Recent highlights include representing a corporate in a dispute with the tax authorities regarding a contested amount of goodwill attached to the company. The team is also regularly involved in tax structuring associated with M&A transactions and is able to leverage its vast international network to assist with multi-jurisdictional matters.

Able to call upon the services of numerous Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) as well as a deep pool of lawyers, Lee and Li is well-placed to advise domestic and international corporates on areas including transfer pricing and M&A-related tax structuring. Co-head Frank Lin has an excellent reputation for litigation and advisory work; he has also been consulted on numerous occasions on changes and amendments to the country’s tax laws. Lin recently acted for The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank in helping the tax officials understand the complicated investment structure the company implemented in order to justify its claim of offshore investment losses. Co-head Josephine Peng is also a key name.

PricewaterhouseCoopers Taiwan’s ten-strong team, which benefits from the firm’s complementary financial and accounting services, is well placed to provide a standalone advisory capacity and in a transactional context. The team also excels at contentious work and is regularly engaged in re-examination and appeals as well as administrative litigation. Janice Lee and Tiffany Wang are the main contacts.

Tsar & Tsai Law Firm is acclaimed for its international tax experience in relation to business transactions in Taiwan. The team also handles tax audits and litigation. Wellington Liu is the name to note.

At Eiger, tax counsel Yuyun Huang and Toby Su advise on transfer pricing issues in the Greater China region.

Formosa Transnational Attorneys at Law is best known for its tax litigation expertise and adeptly guides clients throughout all stages of the administrative relief proceedings pertaining to taxation. The firm also advises international corporates on efficient taxation structuring pursuant to investing in the country.

LCS & Partners provides the concomitant tax structuring advice associated with M&A transactions handled by the firm. The team also handles tax litigation.

Guo Ju Law Firm handles a mix of tax planning and litigation work. Robert Shih and Paul Chu recently successfully represented an individual before the Supreme Administrative Court in a withholding tax dispute.

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