Ken-Ying Tseng established and currently heads Lee and Li’s personal data protection practice group. Before 2018, she was the head of Lee and Li’s M&A practice group for 12 years. She received an LLM from Harvard Law School.
Ken-Ying advises on various forms of mergers and acquisitions, and is experienced in resolving both legal and commercial issues. She assisted and represented several multinational corporations in their M&A activities, including BASF, Henkel, Yahoo!, Arrow, Bureau Veritas, Aleees, DIC, Sony, Micrel, NTT DoCoMo, Energy Absolute, Qualcomm and McDonald’s, among others.
In addition to M&A, Ken-Ying regularly advises various tech companies that are in the businesses of social networks, instant messengers, search engines, portal sites, sharing economy, e-commerce, over-the-top content, online games, peer-to-peer lending, e-payments, cloud computing and so on. Ken-Ying also frequently advises clients, including multinational companies, on privacy and data protection, e-marketing, big data, e-signature, domain name, telecommunications, satellite, fintech, cybersecurity, internet governance and other legal issues.
Ken-Ying is admitted to practise law in both Taiwan and New York.