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Shilin Huang

Shilin Huang is a partner in K&L Gates’ Taipei office whose practice emphasizes dispute resolutions, including commercial litigation and international arbitrations. He has extensive cross-strait litigation experience, including leading patent and commercial disputes, both involving clients with interests in China and Taiwan. He is a member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), the director of CIArb Taiwan Chapter (East Asia Branch), and the director of China Europe Arbitration Center (CEAC). He has been listed in the Panel of Arbitrators in China Arbitration Association since 2000.

Prior to joining the firm, Shilin was serving on the Copyright Committee when Taiwan adopted the modern international practises in reforming the Copyright Act. He then started his private practice by joining litigation firms and has worked with several multinational companies.

  • Lecturer at Minghsin University of Science and Technology
  • Co-founder of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), Hong Kong Branch, Taiwan Chapter
  • Director of the Board of Chinese European Legal Association (Hamburg, Germany)
  • “The Fun of Dispute Resolution”, Shanghai University of Political Science and Law, 2014 
  • “A Comparison of International and Domestic Arbitration Practice”, East China University of Political Science and Law, 2014
  • “Resolving Disputes Through International Arbitration under the IPA”, CIArb Taiwan Chapter (East Asia Branch), 2013
  • “Legal system in Taiwan”, National Taiwan University, 2013
  • “Introduction to International Arbitration”, National Taipei University, 2013
  • “Corporate Governance”, Minghsin University of Science and Technology, 2013
  • “Recent Development of Insider Trading in US”, CID Group, 2012
  • “Arbitration in Taiwan Region and Recent developments in Greater China Dispute Resolution”, Munich China Arbitration Day, 2012
  • “Insider Trading”, National Taipei University, 2009
  • “Cross-border Litigations”, Soochou University, 2008
  • “Factors Potentially Compromise the Independency of the Letter of Credit in Taiwan”, International Litigation News, September 2013
  • The Dispute Resolution Review, Taiwan Chapter, Fourth Edition, April 2012
  • “A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Taiwan’s Legal Regime for Handling Investments from PRC Entities,” China Law & Practice, November 2005
  • “Security over Immovables in Selected Jurisdictions: Taiwan,” The Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, Special Issue, 2005
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