For more than 44 years, Formosa Transnational Attorneys at Law (FT) has demonstrated and harnessed the spirit of ‘specialization, teamwork and service.’ FT always stands at the forefront of industry development assisting companies, entrepreneurs, agencies and organizations, whether domestic or foreign, to resolve various and myriad problems that have arisen as results of technological improvements and economic growth. This assistance helps many of FT’s clients to achieve the goals they set and enables authorities to facilitate industrial advancement and continued economic prosperity. Today, FT is widely recognized as one of the top and most prestigious law firms in Taiwan.
FT has three practice groups: 1) Litigation and Arbitration; 2) Corporate and Finance; 3) Technology and Law. Each team is composed of competent and experienced attorneys and experts to deliver world-class dispute resolutions and transactional services for various clients, in dealing with global market competition and a knowledge-based economy. FT’s attorneys are requested to develop and concentrate on areas of specialization, such as construction arbitration, civil litigation, criminal defense, investment, banking and finance, labor and employment, maritime and insurance, patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets among other fields.
Formosa Transnational (FT) is widely recognized as one of the top and most prestigious law firms in Taiwan. FT has received high marks from Chambers Asia, Legal 500, Asialaw Profiles, Corporate INTL among others. Here are a few of our recent accolades from the above sources:
Chambers Asia (Asia’s Leading Lawyers for Business)—Recognized as one of the leading law firms for Dispute Resolution, Employment, Intellectual Property, and Real Estate & Projects in Taiwan in 2018.
Legal 500—Recognized as one of the most recommended law firms for Dispute Resolution, Banking/Finance, Corporate and M&A, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Projects and Energy, Real estate and Construction, Shipping, TMT, Tax in 2018.
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
Taiwan’s Regulation for Security Token Offering (STO) has become effective in October 2019, and the taxation of cryptocurrency has once again become the subject of discussion.
FSC Proposes Increased Seats for Natural Persons Professional Directors for Banks and Financial Holding Companies
In response to increasing numbers of remote-controlled drones, and in order to clarify relevant management issues, Taiwan's Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) and the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) have drawn on the legislative experiences of the United States, the European