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Hung Ou Yang

Managing Attorney
Taipei
+886-2-2707-9976
mark@btlaw.com.tw

Hung Ou Yang is the Managing Attorney of Brain Trust International Law Firm, and specializes in handling transnational legal disputes, business and white collar crime, business litigations, and the negotiation and drafting of international agreements. Hung Ou Yang has successfully resolved many high-profile civil, criminal, and transnational disputes, including a complaint concerning pesticide-contaminated land leased by RT-Mart, disputes regarding the sales of target redemption forwards (TRFs) by Bank Sinopac, anti-dumping investigation in connection with CSC’s carbon steel plate, transnational property litigations concerning an internationally-renowned scholar, and transnational money-laundering and embezzlement of assets of insurance companies. Hung Ou Yang also has a wealth of experience in domestic and overseas litigations and negotiations.

 

Positions

Managing Attorney, Brain Trust International Law Firm
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, Soochow University
Board Director, Fulltech Fiber Glass Corp.

 

Education

JD, Washington University School of Law
LLM, Washington University School of Law
LLM with Honors, Northwestern University School of Law
LLM, National Taiwan University
LLB, National Taiwan University

 

Experience

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, National Tsing Hua University
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Law, National Taipei University of Business
Lecturer at Taiwan’s national Judges Academy
Attorney at Law, CLH Law Firm

 

Qualifications

Arbitrator certified by the Chinese Arbitration Association
Admitted to the New York State Bar
Passed Judicial Exam (Qualified to sit as a judge in Taiwan)

 

 

Specialties

Transnational Disputes
Corporate and White Collar Crime
Corporate Governance and M&A

 

Publications

Hung Ou Yang, Perjury under the Adversary System of Criminal Procedure, published on Democracy, the Rule of Law and Human Rights (2012)
Hung Ou Yang, International Private Law, (2012)
Hung Ou Yang, False Statements and Perjury Committed Before Prosecutors During Investigation, 51 Crim. Law Review, 1 (2007)




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