11F., No. 100, Songren Rd.
Taipei City 11073
Equity Partner: Matt Liu
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Number of lawyers: 50
Network memberships: Lex Mundi
Languages: Mandarin, English and Japanese
Tsar & Tsai Law Firm is a leading Taiwan-based law firm that provides services to local and foreign clients on all aspects of domestic and cross-border commercial transactions and dispute resolutions. The firm was founded in 1965 by Ruchin Tsar and Paul C. Tsai, and has since grown to its present size of over 80 professionals, including lawyers, paralegals, trademark agents, and patent attorneys and engineers. Tsar & Tsai has long been known as one of the most prestigious law firms in Taiwan. Tsar & Tsai has always maintained a diverse, international character. The majority of its attorneys received legal education and training both domestically and overseas in the United States, Japan or other major countries. The firm’s clientele includes many multinational enterprises and local listed companies. The firm is widely recognized for its ability to provide innovative and practical advice to solve all legal issues facing the clients. Attorneys of Tsar & Tsai actively participate in professional law societies and frequently contribute to professional publications. The firm is very conscientious of its social responsibilities and regularly provides pro bono work.
Tsar & Tsai successfully secured antitrust clearance for Applied Materials, Inc.’s acquisition of 100% of Kokusai Electric Corporation’s issued and outstanding common stocks
Tsar & Tsai advised a Taiwan life insurance company in its participation of financing for development of two offshore wind farms, Xidao and Changfang (600 MW), developed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners.
Tsar & Tsai successfully assisted Goldman Sachs in the offering of up to US$1.15 billion Convertible Notes due 2024 by Sea Group
Corporate and M&A
Tsar & Tsai successfully assisted Showa Denko K.K. in acquiring 87.61% shareholding of Hitachi Chemical Co., Ltd. (now Showa Denko Materials Co., Ltd.) in a transaction amounting to approximately USD 8 billion.
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