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Dispute resolution
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Brain Trust International Law Firm

Brain Trust International Law Firm - Mandarin translation: 由Hung Ou Yang率领的精品律师事务所 Brain Trust International Law Firm 擅长国际争端和国内诉讼,包括人权、刑事辩护、公司纠纷、国外裁决和仲裁在台湾执行和赔偿纠纷。 公司成功案例包括,代表Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific处理客户的台湾分部由于大型裁员导致的一系列诉讼。 该公司成功代表Goldery International追究台湾富邦银行目标可赎回远期合约材料不实赔偿案。该案最终以合理的庭外和解告终。

The team at boutique litigation firm Brain Trust International Law Firm is led by Hung Ou Yang and is well versed in transnational disputes and domestic litigation, including human rights cases, criminal defence, corporate disputes, the enforcement of foreign judgments and arbitral awards in Taiwan and indemnity disputes. Highlights included acting for Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific in a number of contentious issues that arose out of a mass redundancy in the client's Taiwan branch. In an example of the firm's financial services capabilities, it successfully represented Goldery International in a compensation claim against Taipei Fubon Bank regarding the misrepresentation of target redemption forwards (TRF) material; the matter was resolved by a favourable settlement.

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