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Shanghai, Taipei
Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law, Matt Lai, Taipei, TAIWAN

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Matt Lai

Tel:
Work 886-2-2183-2113
Email:
Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law

Work Department

Corporate and Investment

Position

Associate Partner

Core Practice Areas:

Corporate Law & Investment
Mergers & Acquisitions
Employment Law
Dispute Resolution

Career

Matt's practice areas include: labor, corporate, M&A, and related dispute resolution.

Matt has extensive experience in various cross border transactions and advises on all employment matters, both contentious and non-contentious. His experiences include providing advice on labor law issues involving in the M&A transactions and handling various employment related litigation. He is also known for advising the clients in a clear and cost effective manner.

Languages

Chinese, English, Taiwanese

Member

Attorney, admitted 2002, R.O.C.
Attorney, admitted 2006, New York, U.S.A.

Education

New Your Universitity, School of Law (2005)
National Taiwan University, Master of Law (2004)

Leisure

Wine tasting


Taiwan

Labour and employment

Within: Labour and employment

Lawrence Yu is Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law's employment practice head and is often consulted by the Ministry of Labour and local labour authorities on the implementation of employment law. On the contentious front, the group acts for corporates in wrongful termination, discrimination, remuneration and occupational injury claims. Non-contentious work, which is a specialism for Matt Lai, includes hiring, terminations, employee handbooks, welfare, early retirement issues and employment matters arising out of corporate transactions. The group is currently advising a technology giant on the transfer to the company of 2000 employees, with a particular focus on the implications to the counter-party's IP.

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