George is a LL.M. research graduate from Ming Chuan University with a particular academic interest in complex business deals, structures and arrangements. Prior to his call to the Taiwan bar in 2017, George was with the Ministry of Justice and had built up a very good and useful rapport with them ever since. He is at the moment a counselor to the Taipei City Government and handles Pro Bono work for the New Taipei County Government in Ling-Kou District.
George’s main field of work at the firm revolves around civil litigation covering commercial disputes, matrimonial differences, inheritance problems and business affairs. He is mostly at the courts and spends a predominant time of his office life there. Clients describe him as being extremely attentive and detailed in his job.
Previous work undertaken by George involved representing clients in an extremely controversial contractor’s dispute with the New Taipei County Government, representing clients in a high profile case claiming against one of the largest processed food suppliers in Taiwan in a class action that went all the way to appeal, defending a local food manufacturer against allegations concerning hygiene, representing clients in a multi-million dollar dispute on an engineering contract, and defending a highly placed local official against criminal allegations of corruption.