Chen Hui-ling

Hui-ling led the Winkler Partners insurance and data protection practice. She also supervised all Taiwan litigation. She retired in early 2018.
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. The practice is ranked as ‘Tier 1′ by The Legal 500 (2017), with Hui-ling listed as a leading individual.

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
2017/09/26 | Features

Restrictions on unregistered foreign companies in Taiwan

We are often asked whether a foreign business with…

2017/04/05 | Features

Data protection enforcement decisions by Taiwan’s Financial Supervisory Commission

Taiwan has had data protection laws since the…

2016/04/06 | Features

Amendments to Taiwan data protection law take effect

Amendments to Articles 6-8, 11, 15, 16, 19, 20,…

2015/05/06 | Features

Enforcement of Chinese judgments and arbitral awards in Taiwan: the res judicata problem

Taiwan’s Supreme Court recently affirmed in Shending Law Firm…