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Civil and Criminal Litigation

In Taiwan, litigation may be divided into three categories: civil, criminal and administrative. Common courts hear civil and criminal cases while administrative courts examine administrative cases.

(A) Civil Litigation
When a civil dispute arises, the claimant chooses a dispute resolution mechanism according to the Taiwan Code of Civil Procedure. Our attorneys are skilled in assisting clients to identify the most efficient and proper solution to a conflict. We assist with:
(1) Filing a case, mediating a dispute, facilitating reconciliation, appealing a verdict, and performing other acts
(2) Conducting compulsory execution procedure and organizing procedures for interim remedies
(3) Resolving shareholder rights litigation
(4) Real estate rights litigation
(5) Litigation related to the management of apartment buildings
(6) Bill litigation (lawsuits on promissory notes, checks and bank drafts)
(7) Insurance claims litigation
(8) Engineering contract litigation
(9) Labor litigation

(B) Criminal Litigation
Criminal procedure in Taiwan operates under the system of Three Instances at Three Levels. After the first instance decided at the level of a district court, the complainant may appeal to the higher court. The complainant may further appeal to the Supreme Court if he/she disagrees with the verdict at the second instance. Since the Supreme Court is the highest court of appeals, the case will be decided as final and binding on parties. Certain cases involving offenses against the internal security of the State, offenses against the external security of the State and offense involving interference with relations between States are decided exclusively by the Supreme Court.
Our firm is ready to:
(1) Represent clients in various criminal cases
(2) Assist with filing lawsuits
(3) Accompany the accused to a detention facility (police office, investigation bureau, etc.)

(C) Administrative Litigation
The process of managing disputes that occur during the implementation of public law is called administrative litigation, which can be divided into administrative appeals and administrative procedure.
(a) Administrative remedy, such as reexamination, administrative appeal and administrative procedure
(b) Administrative remedy for patent and trademark rights
(c) Administrative remedy for compensation fees for land expropriation
(d) Administrative remedy for tax disputes