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Mr Adrian Tan
Partner; Head of IP & TMT
Adrian Tan is a litigator specialising in technology, intellectual property, real estate and shareholder disputes.
Adrian’s background as former general counsel of CrimsonLogic (a Singapore government technology company providing network services in the legal, healthcare and trade sectors) enables him to understand the issues facing technology service providers. His degree in computer science and psychology gives him the foundation to address technology-related disputes. He has represented clients in a wide range of technology and intellectual property disputes, ranging from data centre construction, social media defamation, copyright infringement and passing-off in relation to consumer electronics, and patent infringement of vaccines.
His real estate practice includes appearing for subsidiary proprietors involved in collective sales litigation, and he has acted in a number of en bloc proceedings, such as Gilstead Court, Thomson View, Shunfu Ville, Katong Mall, Goodluck Garden, Cairnhill Mansion, Citimac and Brookvale Park.
- Vice-President, Law Society of Singapore
- Member, Singapore Academy of Law Professional Affairs Committee
- Board Member, Maxwell Chambers Pte Ltd
- Honorary Legal Counsel, Singapore Association of the Visually Handicapped
Degree – LL.B. – National University of Singapore (1992)
Degree – B.Sc. (Computer Science & Psychology) – UniSim-Open University (2004)
TSMP Law Corporation bolstered its disputes capability with the addition of a new senior director and former Deputy Solicitor-General, Jeffrey Chan Wai Teck, who lends his extensive in commercial arbitration, public law, criminal law, and investment disputes to the robust practice. The firm is particularly well known for its representation of financial institutions and companies operating in the construction and engineering sector. Key figures include Thio Shen Yi SC, for commercial litigation; Adrian Tan for technology and IP disputes, and Melvin Chan for contentious construction matters.