Lin & Partners advised the Taipei branch of one of Japan’s largest banks on legal issues arising from lending limit issues under local laws and regulations that applied to the bank’s client, a leading touch sensor manufacturer.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Finance engaged Lin & Partners to conduct legal research and propose legal and regulatory reforms to securitize infrastructure assets.
As part of the initial public offering in Hong Kong, Lin & Partners advised the company on Taiwan laws and regulations that restrict the ability of Taiwan nationals to invest in Hong Kong and China.
Lin & Partners advised one of Taiwan’s largest information technology equipment manufacturers on the change in corporate structure and spin-off of its operations into three companies, a transaction valued at approximately US$600 million.
Lin & Partners acted as Taiwan counsel to the sellers and advised on matters of Taiwan law in relation to the sale of one of the largest on-line entertainment companies in Chinese speaking markets.
Lin & Partners acted as Taiwan counsel to the sellers and advised on matters of Taiwan law in relation to the sale of a global semiconductor company’s Taiwan assets and transfer of employees to the buyer.