Yueh-Ying (Regina) Chang
In providing local and international clients with services in her main practice areas, Regina has handled several significant cases including, among others, an overseas joint venture between two leading manufacturers in the door lock industry, a joint venture in Canada and China between a Canadian company and a Chinese state-owned company, a joint venture in Taiwan between a Singapore maritime group and Taiwan financial group for the offshore wind farm project, an anti-dumping investigation by the Canadian government, and an asset and business acquisition between two supermarkets in Taiwan. With her years of experience in advising on various forms of foreign investments, corporate compliance and governance, and in negotiating commercial contracts, Regina has succeeded in resolving various local and cross-border disputes over complex commercial issues.
- AMBA., National Cheng Kung University (2008)
- LL.C.M., University of Pennsylvania (2000)
- LL.M., University of Pennsylvania (1999)
- LL.B., National Taiwan University (1996)
Mergers & Acquisitions，Joint Ventures，Commercial Contracts and Dispute Resolution，Intellectual Property Rights，Multi-level Sales ，Corporate Regulatory Compliance
Member of the New York Bar Association since 2001;
Lecturer on "Litigation and Mediation Overseas" and "Review and Negotiation of International Commercial Contracts" at the Taiwan External Trade Development Council, TAITRA;
Lecturer on "Sale and Purchase Contracts" at the Graduate Institute of Technology Management, National University of Tainan;
Lecturer on "Overview of Corporate Laws and Regulations" at the Extension Division for In-service Education, Department of International Trade, Kun Shan University;
Lecturer on "E-commerce Laws and Regulations" at the Institute of Financial & Economic Law, Southern Taiwan University;
Speaker on "Review of Commercial Contracts" at several companies.
Admitted to the State Bar of New York (2001)
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