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WongPartnership LLP
12 MARINA BOULEVARD, LEVEL 28
MARINA BAY FINANCIAL CENTRE TOWER 3
SINGAPORE 018982
Singapore

Work Department

Corporate Group; Business Establishment Practice; Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions Practice; Employment Practice; Corporate Governance & Compliance Practice; Private Equity Practice.

Position

Joint Head – Employment Practice; Partner – Business Establishment, Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate Governance & Compliance and Private Equity Practices.

Career

Extensive experience in private mergers and acquisitions for both publicly listed and private corporations; employment work include review of global share incentive plans and establishment of local employment practices, benefits and policies, immigration laws and regulatory issues; corporate governance and compliance; and general corporate and commercial work.

Languages

English, Mandarin.

Memberships

Law Society of Singapore; Singapore Academy of Law; Regional Committee Leadership, Asia & the Pacific, Employment Law Alliance.

Education

Admitted, Singapore Bar, 1997; National University of Singapore (LL.B., Hons.), 1996.

Lawyer Rankings

Singapore > Labour and employment: local firms

(Leading individuals)

Vivien YuiWongPartnership LLP

WongPartnership LLP advises on the full gamut of non-contentious and contentious employment law matters, with niche experience in negotiating with unions, particularly concerning industrial relations, and challenging disciplinary and misconduct investigations. Department co-head Vivien Yui advises on the employment aspects of major corporate transactions, global share incentive plans and benefits and local policies, in addition to immigration law. Fellow co-head Jenny Tsin is noted for her experience in disputes between employers and employees, regulators and trade unions. She also assists clients with conducting investigations into whistle-blowing allegations and employee misconduct. Qi-Yang Chang is noted for employment-related disputes.