Formosan Brothers Attorneys-at-Law was founded in 1997 by Mr. Dah-In Yeh, Mr. James C. C. Ku, Mr. Peter C. Chen, and Mr. Chih-Poung Liou on the basis of their long-term collaborations and similar visions. An extension of the firm’s services, the Formosan Brothers Patent & Trademark Department, was established in 2003, under the request of the firm’s clients based on their satisfaction of Formosan Brothers’ work in other areas of the law. With the objective of advancing legal governance and serving societal needs, the Formosan Brothers Foundation was set up in 2007 to expand legal resources in Taiwan by offering research opportunities and fellowships.
Under the leadership of the firm’s founding partners, Formosan Brothers’ is proud to have successfully developed a team of legal professionals whose high-quality legal services and dedication to client needs have won acclaim broadly.
Armed with legal expertise and business sense, Formosan Brothers’ goal is to stand on the forefront of the evolving environment and to continue providing creative and innovative legal solutions for their clients.
Formosan Brothers is represented by a logo consisting of the square quadruple U symbol, which stands for: Ultimate, Unique, United, and Universal. The logo symbolizes four people sitting together back to back and side by side, representing unity. Unity is central to the firm: Formosan Brothers’ believes in building a support network to guide our associates in their professional development, and this philosophy has helped the firm attract outstanding legal talents who help building the resourceful and award-winning firm that he or she is today.