Jack Chih-Ke Wu


With his LL.B. degree from the National Chung-Hsing University (now as National Taipei University), Mr. Chih-Ke Wu joined Lee and Li Attorneys-at-Law in 1996. His major practice area is dispute resolution, covering mainly litigation, arbitration and mediation. He has successfully represented clients in civil litigation involving disputes over contracts, real property transactions, commercial transactions, and provisional and enforcement proceedings. He is also experienced in handling criminal cases involving embezzlement, fraud, defamation, and securities exchange.

While in the Public Construction Department of Lee and Li, where Chih-Ke Wu handled a large number of engineering mediation, litigation, and arbitration cases related to public works. During this period, he represented several major Taiwanese engineering companies in milestone public-works cases: construction of Terminal II of Taoyuan Airport, construction of the second National Freeway, construction of Seaside Highway, and construction of the Hsuehshan (Mt. Snow) Tunnel. With such experience, Chih-Ke Wu has successfully defended clients against criminal charges of illegal profiting, corruption, breach of the Public Procurement Law and labor-safety laws in public-construction cases.

Chih-Ke Wu has also handled high-profiled cases such as the shoulder dystocia case, the compulsory patent authorization case, the Koo Chen-fu paternity dispute, the rigging of the Yunling incinerator case, medicine-price kickback case, and the Ma Ying-Jeou mayoral expense case.

    Educational Background

    LL.B., National Chung-Hsing University (1993)
    LL.M., Soochow University (2013)


    Litigation,Arbitration,Public Construction Law,Medical Malpractice,Unfair Competition


    Arbitrator, the Arbitration Association of Republic of China (2002-present)
    Student President, Legal Service Association of National Chung-Hsing University (1980)


    admitted 1996, R.O.C. Patent Agent.
    Taipei Bar Association
    Taoyuan Bar Association
    Kaohsiung Bar Association.


    An Introduction to Legal Writing for Newly Licensed Lawyers (2012)

    Contact Information

    Taipei Office
    Telephone:+886-2-2763-8000 Ext.2391