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Baker & Mckenzie
168 Tun Hwa North Road
Taipei 105,
Taiwan

Tel: +886 2 2715 7238
Fax: +886 2 2712 8292

Email: david.liou@bakermckenzie.com
Web: www.bakermckenzie.com

David Liou is the co-chair of the Firm’s Real Estate, Hotel & Resort, Patent and Litigation & Arbitration practice groups in Taipei. Prior to joining Baker & McKenzie in 1996, Mr. Liou was the head of the Corporate & Investment Department of Taiwan International Patent & Law Office. He also served as an associate professor of Soochow University Law School, where he taught commercial and civil law from 1984 to 1986. Mr. Liou was admitted to the Taiwan Bar in 1986, and served as President of the Taipei Bar Association from 2006 to May 2008. He is also the Supervisor of Monte Jade Science Technology Association of Taiwan for many years.

Mr. Liou has significant experience practicing in the areas of real estate law, major projects, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual properties, as well as litigation and arbitration. His impressive track record includes acting as arbitrator for important cases in the panel under the ROC Arbitration Association.

Real Estate Law Practice:

Businesses around the world need to continue to maximize the efficiency of their real estate portfolios and investments.

At Baker & McKenzie, our world-class international Real Estate team has the expansive cross-border capabilities and experience to confidently manage our clients’ global real estate legal needs. Our ‘market niche’ is providing corporate clients with coordinated, cost effective, real estate counsel across multiple jurisdictions. We help our clients coordinate and manage real estate in an international market.

Baker & McKenzie was named by Euromoney as the Number 1 Global Law Firm for Real Estate in the 2014 Euromoney Real Estate Awards for the sixth year running.

Baker & McKenzie:

Baker & McKenzie defined the global law firm in the 20th century, and we are redefining it to meet the challenges of the global economy in the 21st .

We bring to matters the instinctively global perspective and deep market knowledge and insights of more than 11,000 people in 77 offices worldwide. We have a distinctive global way of thinking, working and behaving – “fluency” – across borders, issues and practices.

We understand the challenges of the global economy because we have been at the forefront of its evolution. Since 1949, we have advised leading corporations on the issues of today’s integrated world market. We have cultivated the culture, commercial pragmatism and technical and interpersonal skills required to deliver world-class service tailored to the preferences of world-class clients worldwide.

Ours is a passionately collaborative community of 60 nationalities. We have the deep roots and knowledge of the language and culture of business required to address the nuances of local markets worldwide. And our culture of friendship and broad scope of practice enable us to navigate complexity across issues, practices and borders with ease.


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