Ms Yvonne Lin > Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law > Taipei, Taiwan > Lawyer Profile

Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law
16F-6., No. 376, Sec. 4
Ren-ai Rd., Da-an Dist.
Taipei City 10693
Yvonne Lin photo


Director/Managing Partner


Co-Chairperson of Copyright Committee, Asian Patent Attorneys Association

Councilor of Taiwan Group, Asian Patent Attorneys Association 

Councillor, Asian Patent Attorneys Association Taiwan Group

Chairperson, International Affairs Committee, Taiwan Patent Attorneys Assocation

Deputy Chairperson, Intellectual Property Committee, Taiwan Bar Association

The International Trademark Association


Mandarin, English, Taiwanese


Admitted to Practice:Taiwan
Taiwan Patent Attorney
Arbitrator, Chinese Arbitration Association, Taipei


University of Washington (Seattle, U.S.A.), LLM
National Chung Hsing University (Taiwan), LLB

Lawyer Rankings

Taiwan > Antitrust and competition

Led by Chiu-Hua Chen , the antitrust and competition practice at Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law is experienced in providing advice to domestic and overseas clients across a variety of sectors. The team is particularly focused on Federal Trade Commission (FTC) negotiations and trade secrets matters. International clients benefit from Yow-Lun Su’s dual qualification in Taiwan and the United States, while Yvonne Lin  brings multi-sector advocacy experience. Jeffrey Hung is noted for his representation of Taiwanese and foreign-listed companies in administrative remedy procedures against the FTC.

Taiwan > Intellectual property

Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law advises a broad selection of well-known tech companies and international companies on IP law, regularly handling cross-border patents, trademarks, and copyright matters. Practice head Yvonne Lin  focuses on fair trade law and licensing matters, particularly for high-value clients in the automotive, manufacturing, and technology sectors. Jessie C.Y. Lee specialises in cross-border trademark licensing negotiation and patent infringement cases for high-tech companies in Taiwan, Japan, and the United States. Yow-Lun Su is recommended for his in-depth knowledge of counterfeit law, while his dual-US and -Taiwan qualification is a particular asset for US clients. Associate Tim Tsai is recommended for his IP work in the medical sector.

Taiwan > Corporate and M&A

Working on a host of cross-border transactions, Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law serves a broad range of domestic and foreign banks, technology companies and manufacturers.Yvonne Lin  leads the department. She is joined by Li-Pu Lee , an experienced M&A lawyer with recent notable transactions in the investment banking, private equity, manufacturing, and technology spaces. Terry Tu handles syndicated loans, share acquisitions and asset financing issues, and holds a dual qualification in Taiwan and the US.

Taiwan > Data protection

Working with a range of domestic and international clients, Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law assists on the full spectrum of data protection issues including drafting data protection policies, implementation of preventative measures, handling company data breaches, and contentious and non-contentious trade secrets matters. Li-Pu Lee  leads the department with broad cross-industry experience, focusing on e-commerce sites, carmakers, and luxury goods brands, advising clients on local Taiwanese data protection law and rights enforcement. Managing partner Yvonne Lin  is well-versed in project incorporation and consultation on data protection legal frameworks.

Taiwan > Dispute resolution

Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law offers significant litigation and arbitration services to domestic and international clients across a wide range of industries. Li-Pu Lee  has represented many Japanese and American tech manufacturers, as well as multinational logistics and petroleum companies. Yvonne Lin  routinely advises on intellectual property disputes in Taiwan’s booming technology sector. Kuo-Ming Huang’s commercial litigation skills and Jeffrey Hung’s experience in antitrust & competition are a key asset. Associate Rachel Hsieh is noted for her work in finance and fintech.