Chen Hui-ling

Hui-ling leads the Winkler Partners insurance practice and supervises all Taiwan litigation.

After being admitted to the Taiwan bar, she practiced investment and intellectual property law specializing in services and technology transfers.

During the 1990s, her practice focused on litigation and Taiwan’s venture capital industry.

At Winkler Partners, Hui-ling has built the firm’s insurance practice by specializing in advising and representing international insurers and reinsurers who are integrating Taiwan into their Greater China operations.

Her recent cases have included arbitration arising from a tunnel collapse during the construction of one of Taiwan’s biggest infrastructure projects and litigation between the insurers and reinsurers of a major loss at a semiconductor facility. She is also an arbitrator at the Chinese Arbitration Association in Taipei.

Hui-ling also advises global multinationals on compliance with Taiwan’s privacy and data protection laws. She has contributed a number of articles on this topic to Privacy Laws & Business International Report. She is a member of The Asian Privacy Scholars Network.

Hui-ling is a graduate of National Taiwan University School of Law.

Content by Chen Hui-ling
2014/02/18 | Features

Taiwan’s Personal Information Protection Act: one year on

After nearly two years of delay, Taiwan’s Personal Information…

2013/09/02 | Features

Derivative Shareholder Litigation in Taiwan

Although Taiwan’s Company Act permitted shareholder derivative actions in…

2013/02/18 | Updates

Taiwan’s Personal Information Protection Act update

Chen Hui-ling recently contributed an update on the…

2012/04/23 | Features

Securities Litigation in Taiwan: The Securities and Futures Investors Protection Center

The Securities Investors and Futures Traders Protection Act