Stephen Wu is a pillar of Taiwan's competition market. He is a go-to for merger filings and cartel investigations.
Peers and clients say:
"Stephen is a thorough, diligent, and responsive lawyer."
"He has vast and intricate knowledge of antitrust law."
Stephen joined Lee and Li in 2000 and became a partner in 2008. Having completed a Fair Trade Act program conducted by the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission in 2001, Stephen specialises in competition law and has been recognised as being among the world’s leading competition lawyers by Who's Who Legal and also identified as a “market-leading lawyer” in Asialaw Leading Lawyers for competition and antitrust.
Stephen is the founding chairman of the competition law committee of the Taipei Bar Association, a director of Taiwan Competition Law Institute, and a member of the fair trade and consumer relation committee of the Chinese National Federation of Industries. He is also recommended as a non-governmental advisor to the International Competition Network (ICN). With the support of a team with extensive knowledge and experience, he has successfully handled numerous antitrust filings, cartel investigation and unfair competition cases on behalf of domestic and international clients. He keeps abreast of the latest developments in global antitrust/competition laws and regularly contributes briefings and articles to many competition law publications.
Stephen also has extensive experience in handling domestic and cross-border M&A transactions. In addition, he is active in public policy reforms in various areas, such as M&A and corporate regulation, knowledge-based economy, corporate governance, telecom and media convergence, venture capital, limited partnerships, industrial holding companies and investor protection.