Wei-Han Wu is a respected practitioner in the competition space among peers in the Asian market. One commentator says: "She makes you feel like you're the only case that matters."
Wei-Han Wu is an associate partner at Lee and Li and a core member of the firm's competition law practice group.
Ms Wu's experience extends to all areas of competition law practices covering merger control, cartel leniency applications, abuse investigations, vertical agreements and unfair trade matters. She has a wealth of expertise representing domestic and multinational clients before the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission and regularly appears in proceedings before the administrative courts in Taiwan. She also assists clients on setting up antitrust compliance programs in relation to dawn raids, whistle-blowing and other internal audit systems. Her practice spans a wide range of sectors, with a focus on high-tech, e-commerce, semiconductor, specialty chemicals, pharmaceutical and consumer goods. She has lectured and published articles on a variety of Taiwan competition law topics, in both Chinese and English.
In addition to antitrust cases, Ms Wu also advises on mergers and acquisitions cases, and has experience in handling anti-corruption, intellectual property and personal data protection issues.
Ms Wu completed her LLM at Northwestern University (2008) and holds a master's degree in law (2007) and a bachelor's degree in law (2004) from National Taiwan University. She is a member of the Taipei Bar Association and the New York Bar Association.