Dr. Shieh is a Managing Attorney of the Firms, and the Founder
of the National Bar Association(NBA)®,Taiwan
Bar Association (TBA)®, the Taipei Bar Association
(PTBA)®, the Pan-Taiwan Bar Association (PBA)®, and the Firms.
He received his juris Doctor (J.D.), Master of Law (LL.M.) and Doctor of the Science
of Law (J.S.D.) degrees from the Yale Law School in less than four years.
He was an editor of the Yale Law Journal, graduated first in his class in the LL.M.
program; and completed his J.S.D. dissertation in one year. Dr.
Shieh passed the Chinese Bar Examination in Taiwan, which is recognized as one of the most difficult bar examinations in the
world, in 1972 as a first year college student. Dr. Shieh also passed the Special Examination for Tax Officials in 1973 with
one of the highest scores. He is admitted to practice before the Patent and Trademark Office in Taiwan. He is also admitted
to practice in the United States of America, and has practiced American law for over 37 years.
He has been in the legal profession for a half-century. Dr. Shieh is an arbitrator for the International Chamber of Commerce in North America,
Nepal and Taiwan. Dr. Shieh's law practice emphasizes American, Chinese and international business transactions, arbitrations
(International Chamber of Commerce, and Taiwan), banking and financing, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, estate planning
(trusts and wills, etc.), international litigation techniques, intellectual property, information technology, maritime (including
pollution, criminal and administrative litigations), aviation, anti-dumping (U.S.A., China, Taiwan, and many other countries),
customs, insurance, construction, hotel-motel, immigration (Taiwan, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore) and Chinese
law (civil, criminal and administrative litigation and transaction).
Dr. Shieh's native-languages are Mandarin (Chinese) and Fujianese (Taiwanese).