The OpenChain Project is delighted to welcome Lee Tsai & Partners to our partner program as the first law firm in Taiwan.
“The OpenChain Project is fortunate to have an active and growing community of user companies in Taiwan,” says Shane Coughlan, OpenChain General Manager. “Welcoming Lee Tsai & Partners to our official partner program is a natural extension of ensuring legal support for our community in this space. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to work with such experienced and influential individuals in this space, and we have every confidence that Lee Tsai & Partners is perfectly positioned to assist companies as the OpenChain Specification, DIS 5230, formally graduates as an ISO/IEC standard.”
“We have seen open source software become a critical part of technological innovation,” says Jaclyn Tsai, Co-Founder of Lee Tsai & Partners. “Whether an enterprise can effectively use open source software will become a crucial factor in keeping pace with current trends. The first step in ensuring proper use of open source software is assuring that appropriate controls are in place to ensure that license terms and obligations may be complied with. We are excited and pleased to be an official partner of OpenChain to help companies understand the requirements under the Internal Standard for Open Source Compliance and their legal obligations in using open-source software.”
About Lee Tsai & Partners
Dr. Chung-Teh Lee and Jaclyn Tsai, after working as judges and practicing for extensive periods, both had a vision of creating a law firm that is not only grounded on professionalism but also compassion. As such, the first office of the Lee Tsai Group was founded in Taipei in 1998 with the professional motto “Reason” and “Compassion” and a mission statement “to provide the highest quality of professional service to our clients through our comprehensive knowledge of their industries while dedicating ourselves not only to our clients but also to our community.”