KPMG in Taiwan
Eugenia Chuang has more than 15 years of experience in litigation and arbitration. Her representative cases include representing the client in obtaining a favorable administrative court judgement in relation to a bid to operate the nationwide freeway electronic toll system, representing an airline company in winning a record-high compensation for damage against the Taiwan Air Force, representing internationally renowned chemical companies to pursue actions in Taiwan for trade secret violation, acting for an independent power plant in successful repeal of Taiwan Fair Trade Commission’s cartel accusation, representing the founder of Taiwan’s prominent department store chain in shareholder and investment lawsuits, and assisting a global construction company in an ICC arbitration.
Eugenia has abundant experience in corporate investments and mergers and acquisitions. She has assisted reputable domestic and foreign companies in accomplishing onshore and offshore investments and M&A transactions and advised clients in compliance and regulatory filings.
Eugenia is also experienced in advising healthcare services groups, pharmaceutical, biotech and medical device companies on corporate and regulatory matters.
Eugenia also specializes in data protection law and was the first Taiwanese attorney to become a certified privacy professional in the United States and European Union. She has advised and assisted various multinational organizations on cross-border data protection matters.
National Taiwan University School of Law (LL.B.)
Georgetown University Law Center (LL.M.)
Admitted to Bar, Taiwan
Certified Information Privacy Professional, US and EU (ISO 17024: 2012)
Fellow, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators