Prior to joining Baker & McKenzie in 1998, Shelley Fan worked for Young, Ku & Liu Law Office as an associate and was subsequently appointed as partner of Pro-Marine Law Office in 1993.
Ms. Fan focuses her practice on arbitration and litigation matters, with emphasis on infrastructure projects.
Representative Legal Matters
Acting as the developer's legal counsel on its development of a 480 MW gas-fired power plant in Taoyuan County, Taiwan, representing the developer to negotiate FSA (LNG supply contract) and other related contracts of the project.
Representing bidders for various projects (e.g. Taoyuan, Miaoli, Nantou and Hsinchu Incinerator projects) relating to bidding matters.
Representing the developer with respect to the Resource Recycling & Co-Generation Plant Project. The Plant is the first plant in Taiwan which infuses ecological engineering considerations into a thermal plant.
Representing contractors (Turkey, O&M, Design Build, etc) in various claims against governmental or non-governmental employers.
- Representing the power plant owner in various claims against the state-owned company.
Professional Associations and Memberships
University of Southampton
National Taiwan University
Baker & McKenzie, a Taiwanese Partnership, is a member of Baker & McKenzie International, a Swiss Verein.