Emily Chueh is an Associate Partner of Lee, Tsai & Partners in Taiwan. She was admitted to the Taiwan Bar in 2012. Ms. Chueh’s practice covers the data protection, competition area, and other corporate matters. She also currently sits on the data economics committee of the firm, which evaluates open data issues in Taiwan for potential legal reform.Ms. Chueh has also passed the China National Uniform Legal Profession Qualification Examination, and is experienced in providing legal consultation on the laws of Mainland China.
Hannah Kuo is an Associate at the Taiwan office of Lee, Tsai & Partners, a full-service boutique local firm servicing the Greater China region. Her main practice areas are intellectual property law, labor law, and general corporate matters. She regularly advises Taiwan and international cooperates on compliance with data protection and privacy regulations. Ms. Kuo holds an LLM degree from National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, and BA degree from National Taiwan University, Taiwan. She is admitted to practice law in Taiwan.
Jaclyn Tsai founded Lee, Tsai & Partners with Dr. Lee in 1998 and specializes in technology law, M&A, and investment matters. Previously, she has served as a District Court judge from 1982 to 1991, after which she worked as IBM’s General Counsel in Taiwan from 1991 to 1995, and later the Greater China region from 1995 to 1998.
In 2013, Ms. Tsai was appointed as the Minister without Portfolio in the Executive Yuan (Cabinet) and became one of the few female ministers in the government. During her term as Minister without Portfolio, she was responsible for a number of inter-ministry affairs, such as the reformation of laws relating to virtual world development, e-commerce, the shared economy, digital convergence, the startup environment, open data, and the maker movement. Ms. Tsai returned to the firm in 2016, and she is currently the Chairwoman of both the Taiwan Fintech Association and the Taiwan Women on Boards Association.
Jaime Cheng is Senior Of Counsel at Lee, Tsai & Partners in Taipei (Taiwan, Republic of China). She advises and counsels global businesses on a broad range of commercial and corporate matters. She has a history of leading the drafting, negotiation, structuring and management of various contracts, agreements and transactions, with an emphasis on technology agreements and licensing, M&A, joint venture, private equity, and venture capital transactions. Ms. Cheng is also experienced in representing multinational clients on international arbitration matters.
Ms. Cheng is admitted to practice law in California and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.