Eric Lin (Managing Partner)

Mr. Eric Lin is admitted to practice law in Taiwan (R.O.C. Bar). He regularly provides advice to corporate clients on a variety of legal issues. Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. Lin was associated with Tsar & Tsai Law Firm and Yongyun International Law Offices and has served as the Securities Specialist for Gre Tai Securities Market (GTSM). He is currently the Firm’s managing partner and the Independent Supervisor for Chialin Precision Industrial Co., Ltd. and inSpectrum Tech. Inc.

Mr. Lin specializes in a broad range of areas including contract, corporate governance, securities laws and regulations, public securities offerings, intellectual property rights, overseas investment, labor law, government procurement, mergers and acquisitions, and other legal services for listed and OTC companies. His corporate clients (& issues resolved) include: KG Telecom (merged with TungRong Telecom); FET Net (Far EasTone merging KG Telecom & FET Net’s registration as an OTC-traded company); Holy Stone Enterprise Co., Ltd (issuance of convertible bonds in 2002 and 2004; merging and acquiring Xunde Limited); Gsharp Corporation (registration as an OTC-traded company); Maywufa Company Limited (from being traded OTC to being listed); Bull Will Co., Ltd (registration as an OTC-traded company); CymMetrik Group (merging mainland Chinese businesses); Holy Stone Enterprise Co., Ltd (issuance of convertible bonds in 2002 and 2004; merging and acquiring Xunde Limited); SIEMENS Limited (merging and acquiring A. Friedr. Flender GmbH); Kerry Group (mergers & acquisitions and investments in Taiwan); Taiwan Prosperity Chemical Corporation (legal consultation involving investments, IPO, and M&A); eMPIA (registration as a OTC-traded company); Supreme Electronics Co., Ltd (from OTC to being listed); Aurotek Corporation (from OTC to being listed); and Nichidenbo Corporation (from OTC to being listed).

Ren-Long Chang (Partner)

Mr. Ren-Long Chang is admitted to practice law in Taiwan (R.O.C. Bar) and an experienced trial lawyer. He specializes in a variety of practice areas including commercial transaction and negotiation, contract, family law, civil and criminal litigation, insurance law, administrative remedy, tax law, corporate law, intellectual property, and government procurement. Some major clients Mr. Chang has worked with include SIEMENS Limited (in an action to recover engineering cost); Taiwan Power Company (in an action to seek civil remedy); Taiwan Power Company (in an administrative action involving procurement); Taiwan Power Company (leading mediations for a construction project); Taiwan Power Company (in an employee’s civil compensation action); Science Park Logistics Co., Ltd. (in a contractual litigation); Holy Stone Enterprise Co., Ltd (in civil and criminal litigations); Master Real Estate Inc. (in an action to seek real property remedy); Infortrend Technology Inc. (in civil actions and settlement of commercial disputes); Stonewell International Corporation (in a settlement on shareholder disputes); and Xingyi Corporation (in a contractual litigation).

Some of Mr. Chang’s credentials include: Mediator for the Shilin District Mediation Committee; Legal Consultant for Taipei Teachers’ Association; Legal Consultant for Hualien Teachers’ Association; Legal Consultant for FSCI ROC; Legal Consultant for Taiwan Jewelry Association; Legal Consultant for Taipei Jewelry Workshop Union; and Legal Consultant for Taiwan Jewelry Workshop Union.

Yu-Chun Chiang (Partner)

Ms. Yu-Chun Chiang is admitted to practice law in Taiwan (R.O.C. Bar) and the Legal Consultant for the Taipei County Chamber of Commerce. For nearly two decades, she actively practiced law at Chang-Hong Law Office, Hua-Xia Commercial Law Office and Chang Nai-Liang Law Office, as well as serving as the managing partner of Chiang Yu-Chun Law Office. She specializes in commercial and construction contracts, mediation in construction and land contract disputes, general construction and public construction, warship-industry-related cases and cases concerning property remaining from the Japanese occupation era, real property transaction, and general civil and criminal litigations.

Ms. Chiang has been retained by the government of Taiwan on numerous occasions to provide legal consultation on several major cases involving the Ministry of Economics, the Council for Economic Planning and Development, the Ministry of Finance, and the National Enterprise Management Commission. The other major clients she has worked with include the Taiwan Power Company (in mediations and litigations regarding several major construction projects led by TPC); SIEMENS Limited (in a civil litigation); Holy Stone Enterprise Co., Ltd. (in civil and criminal litigations); Kitai Construction and Development, Inc. (in a commercial litigation); and clients in warship industry-related cases and cases concerning property remaining from the Japanese occupation era.

Jeremy Yang (Partner)

Mr. Yang joined this Firm as a partner in March 2010. Mr. Yang has been practicing law since 1996. Prior to joining this Firm, Mr. Yang served as General Counsel for Siemens Taiwan for more than 7 years. Mr. Yang also served as the General Counsel for Holy Stone Enterprise Co. Ltd. from Oct. 2000 to Oct. 2003.

Mr. Yang specializes in foreign investment, corporate, government procurement, government tender of turnkey infrastructure projects, cross border transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory compliance.

Mr. Yang had acted as corporate counsel for various multinational clients, including advising legal issues on daily management, operations, compliance and other matters.

Mr. Yang is also experienced in mergers & acquisitions. His experiences in this area includes conducting legal due diligence review, drafting and negotiating transaction documents, advising on employment and regulatory compliance issues and applying for required regulatory approvals.

When serving as an in-house legal counsel, Mr. Yang advised the business on a wide range of operation and management issues and ensured local business organizations comply with the global legal policies. Mr. Yang also served as a member of management board meeting by providing and updating legal news and guidelines to all management board members. Mr. Yang actively participated in business planning process, advised the business on litigations and legal issues to provide alternative dispute resolutions, reviewed key business initiatives, drafted and negotiated contracts, advised key legal issues in various major government procurement tenders for turnkey infrastructure project, provided legal and compliance training to the employees.

Prior to taking on the in-house role, Mr. Yang was an associate attorney with Tsar & Tsai Law Firm for more than 4 years.


National Taiwan University, School of Law (LL.B. 1994)
University of Pennsylvania, School of Law (LL.M. 2000)

Taipei Bar Association

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