For Chun-wei, a junior partner in Lee and Li's dispute resolution and environmental law practice groups, attaining the equilibrium between cost and optimal legal protection is her foremost priority for every client.
In government procurement projects, she acts as the liaison between foreign bidders and the local government. Over the years, her experience in a multitude of construction performance disputes, many of which are domestic infrastructure cases, has earned her the clients' trust.
Clients also rely on her expertise in environmental law. She guides clients through factory registration and pollution prevention issues, conducts EHS compliance checks and provides periodic legal updates. The on-site checks she performs help clients identify any discrepancy between the factory floor and the records.
She is also competent in consumer disputes, labor issues, and civil claims arising from distributor agreements, as well as administrative cases involving environmental impact assessment and cartels.
- University of Pennsylvania Law School (LL.M., 2011)
- National Taiwan University (LL.B., 2005)
Construction ，Government Procurement，Environmental Law，Dispute Resolution
Lee and Li (2011-Present)
Anthony Tsai International Law Firm (2009-2010)
Formosa Transnational (2007-2008)
Taipei Bar Association (2006-Present)
- Mandarin Chinese (native fluency); English (excellent fluency)
|2020||The International Comparative Legal Guide to Construction & Engineering Law 2020 - Chapter 20 Taiwan
ICLG to: Construction & Engineering 2020
|2020||Recent Developments of Taiwan’s and China’s Environmental Protection Laws and Advice for Enterprises
LEE & LI Bulletin - December 2019
|2019||Environmental Law 2019：Taiwan Chapter
Chambers Global Practice Guides: Environmental Law 2019
|2019||Class Actions 2020－Taiwan
Getting the Deal Through－Class Actions 2020