Ken-Ying Tseng specializes in mergers and acquisitions, personal data protection, e-commerce, the laws of the Internet, telecommunications, and technology. Having advised on various forms of merger and acquisition, she is experienced in resolving both legal and commercial issues.
Ken-Ying's technology practices cover artificial intelligence, fintech, OTT, e-payment, P2P lending, sharing economy, domain names, e-signature, cybersecurity, e-trading, ICP, MOD, cable TV, and satellite TV. Ken-Ying also advises clients on corporate governance, general compliance, offshore and onshore listing, employment, and pharmaceutical-related matters.
Ken-Ying headed the firm's M&A Practice Group for more than 10 years, while she formed the Personal Data Protection Practice Group at Lee and Li in 2012. In response to recent digitalization requirements and trends, she established the firm's Digital, TMT and Data Privacy Practice Group by combining the firm's relevant practices in 2021 and currently leads the group.
Harvard Law School (LL.M., 1998).
National Taiwan University, Graduate Institute of Law (LL.M., 1995), Department of Law (LL.B., 1993).
Mergers and Acquisitions; Personal Data and Privacy Protection; Telecommunications: E-Commerce, Internet Law, Fintech, Sharing Economy, OTT, E-Payment
Member- Civil Society Representative, "Open Government National Action Plan Taskforce", Executive Yuan, ROC Special Advisor (Data Privacy) of the National Development Council, ROC Representative, Taiwan Bar Association Commissioner, Digital Services & Data Protection Committee, Taipei Bar Association Managing Director, Taiwan Internet Governance Forum Supervisor, National Information Infrastructure Enterprise Promotion Association (NII) Supervisor of Taiwan Internet and E-commerce Association (TiEA) Member of the International Affairs Committee of Taiwan Network Information Center (TWNIC)
Admitted to New York Bar Association (1999) Admitted to Taiwan Bar Association (1996)
Asialaw Leading Lawyer 2021, "Distinguished Practitioner" in Corporate and M&A