Business Luncheon – Brief Introduction to the Labor Standard Act with Eiger Law – Oct 3 2018

Date & Time: Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018; 12pm to 2pm
Venue: Canadian Trade Office in Taipei: 信義區松智路1號6樓 6F, 1 Songzhi Road. Xinyi District, Taipei,

Topic: Hiring in Taiwan with Eiger Law – A Brief Introduction to the Labor Standard Act

CCCT Members $500
Non-members $800 (Includes lunch and soft drinks)

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Seating is limited to 15 seats with standing room only beyond that. We expect this event to be very popular and to fill up quickly, so be sure to RSVP early to reserve a seat! (Note that people who have not reserved via the Google Form will be asked to leave their seats for those who have reserved.)

The CCCT’s Small Business Committee (SBC) invites you to attend our next presentation and discussion luncheon on October 3, 2018.

Purpose: This is a great way to understand how to start a business in Taiwan and what you need to know about hiring regulations in Taiwan. Our speakers from Eiger Law will be introducing a brief introduction to the Labor Standard Act.

Company: Eigar 
Eiger is a full-service law firm with Asia Pacific and Greater China practice strengths providing counseling and assistance in corporate, commercial, dispute resolution and intellectual property matters. Eiger’s clients range from major multinationals and financial heavyweights through to SMEs across a wide range of industries. Eiger provides clients with creative and practical solutions, communicated clearly, with transparent billing practices.


Jasmine Shen
Jasmine’s practice encompasses both corporate transactional as well as civil, criminal, and administrative litigation and arbitration. She advises clients on Taiwan law matters, including corporate governance, shareholder relations, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, employment and labor law, intellectual property protection, antitrust law, family law, bankruptcy, reorganization and general commercial contract matters.
Jasmine has represented clients in litigation and arbitration involving intellectual property rights protection, financial derivatives, corporate reorganization, labor law, family law, construction law, debt collection and general civil, criminal and administrative matters.
Admitted to the Bar in 1992

Nathan Snyder

Nathan Snyder is experienced in advising clients on employment, corporate startups, and other corporate matters. He previously served in-house with the bankruptcy department of a major U.S. financial institution.

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