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Singapore > Intellectual property: Local firms Tier 1

Bird & Bird ATMD LLP is a global leader in IP and has dedicated extensive resources and senior expertise to its team in Singapore. Three experienced partners are at the forefront of the practice, supported by a managing counsel, counsel and a broader team of associates and paralegals, including a number that have a scientific or engineering background. Working alongside colleagues from multiple offices around the world, the group is frequently engaged in global IP management work. It is also highly experienced in IP cases before the Singapore courts and is a growing force in Geographical Indications. Lorraine Tay leads the group and is highly rated for brand management and IP advisory work. Alban Kang is a market leader in patent litigation across multiple industries and is an established name in the copyright area. Anan Sivananthan is a key figure in IP litigation in the pharmaceutical, life sciences and healthcare sectors. Managing counsel Gene Kwek is hugely experienced in trade mark prosecution and brand management. Audrey Lim is a key name at senior associate level.

Practice head(s):

Lorraine Tay


‘The 2Birds team led by Lorraine Tay provides an excellent service and impresses with their deep knowledge of the industry paired with good commercial acumen. They consistently go above and beyond to deliver high-quality work.’

‘Lorraine Tay is extremely experienced and is a leader in the field of trademark-related work. She is an excellent communicator and is appreciated for her commercially-focused advice that is nuanced and thorough.’

Key clients

Amgen Inc

Ascott International Management

B. Braun Melsungen AG

Kao Corporation

Merck KGaA

Monster Energy Company

Olam International Holdings Limited

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd

Novartis (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Work highlights

  • Assisted the Government of Greece and the Greek dairy industry to oppose an application for the cancellation of their geographical indication registration for “Feta” cheese in Singapore.
  • Successfully assisted BBC, Discovery, EPL, La Liga and TVB (members of the Coalition Against Piracy) in securing site blocking orders in Singapore.
  • Assisted a major Japanese cosmetics company in managing their multitude of brands across various jurisdictions in Asia and Europe, from pre-launch through to protection of the marks and management of oppositions and third-party proceedings as well as other cross border disputes.

Singapore > TMT: local firms Tier 1

Comprising both transactional and litigation lawyers with experience in technology and telecoms, Bird & Bird ATMD LLP is equipped to offer the full breadth of services surrounding the TMT sector, from regulatory and commercial to disputes. In addition to the usual mandates relating to software development, IT services and outsourcing agreements, the team also regularly advises on complex transactions and projects involving subsea cables, satellite launches, artificial intelligence systems and wearables. Jeremy Tan leads the practice, with support from senior consultant Gigi Cheah. At senior associate level, Loren Leung and Elaina Foo are particularly recommended; the former’s diverse client base ranges from notable multinational corporations and fast-growth technology companies through to start-ups expanding in the Asia Pacific region, while the latter frequently advises global technology corporations and social media giants on their public policy strategy.

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‘Each member of the team is a true TMT expert with a deep understanding of the technology and data laws of Singapore and across the region. They are aware of the latest technology and data trends which is crucial for supporting clients in the TMT space, and they consistently provide practical, high quality advice. The team is very responsive and able to respond on short notice, including helping to manage mandates across multiple jurisdictions.’

‘Loren Leung is very responsive and has demonstrated a firm grasp of the issues. She is my go-to lawyer for regional data protection issues and is a reliable sounding board for tricky cross-border issues. She is able to triage issues quickly and I have full confidence in having her liaise directly with my internal clients. Loren is also able to manage complex multi-jurisdictional advice efficiently and effectively, which has been invaluable in supporting me across the region – often on a time-critical basis. Loren also has a deep understanding of the business and always provides relevant, actionable advice which considers the practical issues as well as the legal issues.’

‘Jeremy Tan knows his stuff and provides excellent partner availability and engagement. He does a great job of distilling complex issues and offers practical solutions.’

‘Jeremy Tan’s team always deliver commercially sound solutions instead of just repeating textbook answers.’

Key clients


SAS Institute

Modern Hire


Modern Health

Volvo Car

Morneau Shepell



Work highlights

  • Advised ecoSPIRITS, the world’s first low carbon, low waste spirits distribution technology company, on the commercial and legal issues relating to the creation and implementation of a distribution framework for its innovative closed loop distribution system.
  • Advising a social media conglomerate on its data privacy strategy across the Asia-Pacific region.
  • Advising on a global vehicle OEM’s digital projects in APAC, including assisting with a wide range of privacy, consumer protection and telecommunications regulations issues arising from its push to offer a more connected and direct offering to end customers.

Singapore > Financial services regulatory: local firms Tier 2

Financial regulatory lawyers at Bird & Bird ATMD LLP sit in the banking and finance group, where they advise the firm’s banking clients on issues arising from the intersection between technology and regulation. The group is particularly well versed in payment services rules, as well as matters related to blockchain, open data, APIs and robo-advice. Heading the group is Kim Kit Ow, who spent time working in Singapore’s financial regulator office and in-house for banks. Senior associate Teck Chai Yap is another fintech expert with regulatory knowledge.

Practice head(s):

Kim Kit Ow

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Work highlights

  • Advised an e-commerce company in Singapore and its related companies on various arrangements in relation to its role as corporate agent and/or third party administrator with regard to several insurance products underwritten by general insurers and its dealings with several leading general insurers in Singapore.
  • Advising a lifestyle destination resort on their safeguarding arrangements and determining whether their proposed business activities fall within the regulatory ambit of the Payment Services Act 2019.
  • Advising a well-established asset manager in Singapore on aspects of a retirement-focused retail fund with key features such as level-specific safeguards and which also encompasses initiatives to promote investor education, technology transfer and global retirement expertise.

Singapore > Labour and employment: local firms Tier 2

Bird & Bird ATMD LLP has been an eminent player in the market for many years thanks in part to the presence of leading name Seow Hui Goh. The team of employment specialists has a strong record in domestic and regional engagements, notably building a fine standing in unfair termination and discrimination claims. It is also noted for its presence in gig economy matters, particularly in the tech sector. Retail, hospitality and financial services are also key sectors for the team.

Practice head(s):

Seow Hui Goh


‘The team is extremely tenacious in dealing with tough cases – in our case, suspicious work injury compensation claims. They fight very hard and very fair. In a climate where work injury insurance fraud is on the rise, it is not easy to find a firm that wholly supports an employer’s fight on principle.’

‘Seow Hui Goh – Good industry knowledge and provides very pragmatic advice.’

Seow Hui Goh is tactically brilliant, very intuitive and such an affable person. She has been an outstanding, trustworthy and dependable legal adviser to me. She has shown creditable expertise in her work, and her meticulous but practical approach has earned her commendations from others as well. Ms Goh is always steps ahead in our cases, which gives me peace and confidence that all the issues and concerns are and will be properly addressed.

Key clients

Shell Eastern Trading Limited

Vulpes Investment Management Pte. Ltd.

Vulpes Testudo Fund

MMI Asia Pte. Ltd. (a subsidiary of Messe München GmBH)

Chemori Industries Pte. Ltd.

Samit Chopra

Work highlights

  • Successfully represented Shell Eastern Trading Limited and its former associate in defending wrongful dismissal and conspiracy claims brought by a former commodities trader Dong Wei.
  • Represented the Singapore subsidiary of a Munich-headquartered state-owned operator of convention centres in a Singapore High Court suit defending a wrongful termination claim commenced against it by its former managing director.
  • Advised a multinational technology company in Singapore on day-to-day HR operational and legal issues and represented the client in its retrenchment exercise in 2020.

Singapore > Asset finance: foreign firms Tier 3

Bird & Bird ATMD LLP is principally focused on aircraft financings and leasing transactions, acting for an impressive number of regional airlines, aircraft lessors and financial institutions. It routinely advises on a significant volume of aircraft financings and operating lease transactions in the Asia Pacific. Singapore partner Leo Fattorini is the joint head of the firm’s international aviation and aerospace group, and he leads the Asia Pacific aviation team. Jack Weise impresses at senior associate level. The Singapore team frequently works alongside colleagues in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

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Jack Weise


‘User-friendly and personable team.’

‘Leo Fattorini has a great appreciation of the commercial considerations in a deal and is able to provide succinct advice tailored to the circumstances each time. He is a real pleasure to work with.’

‘The Bird & Bird ATMD LLP team are well known in the industry, and having worked with the firm both in an airline and lessor capacity, they understand the needs of the company. It is also great value for the work provided.’

‘The firm has a great set of people, and doesn’t really matter which office is being used, they all have great knowledge on the market and asset finance in particular. Furthermore, the firm is a great believer in the value of relationships – transactions are priced based on a longer-term view and not charged per hour irrespective of previous or potential future business.’

‘The team I worked with at the Singapore and Hong Kong offices are pragmatic, constructive and solution seekers – trying to make something work rather than just digging in their heels. Turn time of documents is super.’

‘We were able to liaise easily with Bird & Bird and they established a good communication with us which made us understand their advice clearly. This is one of their strengths compared to other firms who have worked with us in aircraft financing matters. They also have the experience in handling aircraft financing which we need the most.’

‘Leo Fattorini and Joanne Ng were very helpful and easy to communicate with. Their advice was on point insightful.’

Key clients

CMB Leasing Co, Ltd

AerCap Ireland Limited

Pembroke Group Limited/Standard Chartered Bank

InterGlobe Aviation Limited

ST Engineering Aerospace Resources Pte. Ltd.

Turkish Airlines

Avation PLC

AirAsia Berhad

AirAsia (India) Limited

AirAsia X Berhad

Work highlights

  • Acted for InterGlobe Aviation Limited on their sale and leaseback of twelve used ATRs with Dubai Aerospace Enterprise.
  • Acted for ST Engineering Aerospace Resources Pte. Ltd. in the lease extension, freighter conversion and refinancing of one Airbus A321.
  • Acted for Pembroke Group Limited in the China Free Trade Zone lease restructuring of one A321 with China Southern Airlines as lessee.

Singapore > Capital markets: equity and debt: local firms Tier 3

At Bird & Bird ATMD LLP, corporate lawyers have particular expertise in the technology sector, backed up with significant regulatory expertise. The group is well versed in Singapore IPOs and secondary offerings, as well as bond issuances of all types. Another area of expertise is the privatisation of listed companies. The department is led by Marcus Chow, a transactional lawyer with vast experience in equity capital markets. Managing counsel Lawrence Wong joined in July 2020, having built up significant capital markets experience at his own firm, Equity Law. Counsel Jolie Giouw is often seen in cross-border deals.

Practice head(s):

Marcus Chow

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‘The team is responsive and provides high quality work on a timely basis, which we highly value in ECM transactions.’

‘We have worked with Jolie Giouw on ECM transactions. Her strong knowledge of the law and remarkable memory and tenacity in getting high quality solutions out to us quickly, is highly valued in ECM transactions which have tight timelines. Her ability to propose unique structures to fit our complex requirements has been instrumental in meeting our corporate objectives.’


Key clients

Aedge Group Limited

Southern Alliance Mining Ltd

Memiontec Holdings

Viu International

Leader Environmental Technologies Ltd.

Y Ventures Group Ltd.

Kinderworld International Group Ltd


SBI Offshore Limited

Gazelle Capital

Work highlights

  • Advising as Singapore counsel to the over-the-top (OTT) service arm of PCCW Limited, in the proposed listing in the United States with the aim of raising US$200 million (approx. SGD 267.9m), in the proposed spin-off of Viu International by PCCW Limited.
  • Advised Leader Environmental Technologies Ltd in relation to its rights issue which raised net proceeds of approximately S$8.7m.
  • Advised Singapore-based data driven e-commerce company Y Ventures Group Ltd in its placement of 12 million new ordinary shares at S$0.71 apiece to raise S$840k.

Singapore > Dispute resolution: local firms Tier 3

Bird & Bird ATMD LLP combines its litigation and investigative skills with a deep-seated knowledge of technology and IP to cater to the range of contentious challenges facing companies today. It seamlessly draws from its multi-jurisdictional expertise to provide clients with all necessary knowledge in the handling of cases. Jonathan Choo is particularly noted for his experience in complex, high-value international arbitrations in several sectors, including technology, construction, aviation, insurance, and intellectual property. Choo and counsel Shaun Lee are praised for their ability to ‘separate legal wheat from the chaff’. The teams’ capabilities have expanded to encompass more contentious regulatory matters, which Lijun Chui who joined from Clifford Chance in October 2020 is recommended for.

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‘Shaun Lee and Jonathan Choo are top-notch. They separate legal wheat from the chaff and provide top-notch counsel accordingly.’

Very professional team with lots of resources and knowledge covering multiple areas.’

‘A sophisticated and eminently practical view of the local litigation landscape, particularly from the context of a non-resident entity.’

‘Strong legal analysis skills, which are crucial when deciding whether to pursue a claim or not. They are flexible in billing arrangements, which is important during uncertain times, such as during COVID.’

‘Besides being legal experts, Jonathan Choo and Shaun Lee listen intently to understand their clients’ needs and to find resolution with the counterparty, where possible, and put in their all when a fight is necessary.’

‘One of our matters required assistance from various departments in the firm. The partners worked well together to provide holistic advice on the same matter.’

‘Chui Lijun is very responsive to our needs and inspires confidence with her attention to the matter. She is pleasant to work with and has an amiable demeanour. Her advice strikes a practical balance of the considerations at play. She guided us in dealing and diffusing a dispute with a rather abrasive adverse party.’

Key clients

Amgen Inc

Aztech Well Construction International Pte Ltd

Brunel International South East Asia Pte Ltd

Capella Hotels

Forfar Capital and John Forsyth

Merck KGaA

Novartis (Singapore) Pte Ltd

Oracle Corporation Singapore Pte Ltd

RCMA Group Pte Ltd

Retrospect Investment (S) Pte Ltd and Permenpronic Technologies Pte Ltd

Roche (Hong Kong and Singapore)

Voltas Limited – a TATA group company

Work highlights

  • Represented a leading American multinational corporation that provides B2B IT services in disputes in the Singapore Courts for pre-emptive action against the customer.
  • Successfully represented a major LNG company in Singapore and a former Shell associate in defending wrongful dismissal and conspiracy claims.
  • Acted for Merck KGaA on its global / multi-jurisdictional trademark and breach of co-existence agreement dispute with Merck & Co.

Singapore > Projects and energy: local firms Tier 3

The team at Bird & Bird ATMD LLP is particularly sought after for its expertise in corporate, public procurement and regulatory matters in the energy sector, particularly renewables and cleantech. Group lead Sandra Seah has extensive experience assisting with all the transactional aspects of large-scale projects and tenders, and also acts as an advisor to a large number of state agencies, including the Energy Market Authority.

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‘Strong knowledge of the Singapore energy market and a good relationship with the Energy Authority are key strengths.’

‘Strong knowledge on hydrogen – in relation to both local and international laws and standards. They have showed that they are levelled up and competent to identify the advantages and disadvantages, gaps and challenges for every country, able to propose areas to work on and how to go about doing it. This stems from their willingness to work with the industry partners and corporations, participate in activities and events on hydrogen and the different applications organised by government agencies, industry and trade associations.’

‘Sandra Seah has been the driving force for Bird & Bird in raising awareness of hydrogen and other clean energy sources.’

Key clients

SEEIT Asia Limited

Total Eren AS

Hydrogen & Fuel Cells Association of Singapore

LYS Energy Group

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA)

Macquarie Bank Limited

DNV GL Pte Ltd / Public Utilities Board Singapore (PUB)

Aztech Well Construction International Pte Ltd

BayWa Wind r.e. Pte Ltd

Work highlights

  • Advised the Building and Construction Authority and the Singapore Green Building Council on the development of the first Energy Performance Contract for Buildings to help building owners and EPC firms achieve a hassle-free efficiency arrangement.
  • Acting for an oil and gas management consultancy group, in a case in the Singapore High Court against a prominent oil and gas exploration company which concerns a dispute regarding an oil field exploration in Myanmar.
  • Advising a sustainability-focused private equity fund and other private equity based in London and Hong Kong on the acquisition of a portfolio of energy efficient projects in Singapore.

Singapore > Corporate and M&A: local firms Tier 4

Bird & Bird ATMD LLP operates across a broad spectrum of deal types including public and private M&A, joint ventures, amalgamations, share and business transactions, restructurings, take-overs and leverages buyouts. Practice head Marcus Chow is an established name within the venture capital, private equity, regulatory and equity capital markets fields and frequently works in closely with his regional colleagues on multi-jurisdictional matters. In terms of sector expertise, the team is aligned with the firm’s international focus on aviation, automotive, energy, life sciences, healthcare, banking, finance, media, sports, retail and technology.

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‘The team is responsive and works quickly, without compromise on quality. Particularly useful for transactions with tight timelines.’

‘Jolie Giouw is the counsel we work with and we are impressed with her strong knowledge of the law and remarkable memory and tenacity in getting high quality solutions out to us quickly. Her ability to propose elegant solutions to complex problems and bridge issues is highly regarded, as is her work ethic to go the extra mile for us outside of the scope of her engagement. Its about delivering on the objectives of her clients to her, not just about her scope of work.’


Key clients

Tramore Global Limited/Altair Capital

JEP Holdings Ltd


LCT Holdings Limited

Gazelle Capital

SBI Offshore Limited

Total Eren AS

SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust

Samsung Venture Investment Corporation

MassMutual Ventures SEA

Novo Tellus Capital Partners Pte. Ltd.

Mesh Bio Pte. Ltd.

Woowa Brothers

Work highlights

  • Advised Tramore Global Limited in its acquisition of the shares of SGX-ST Mainboard-listed Tee International Limited from a substantial shareholder.
  • Advised a multinational technology company in its Series B investment into a mobile-first content platform, Glance
  • Advised as Singapore counsel to SEEIT Asia Limited, an affiliate of UK-listed SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust, in its acquisition of a portfolio of energy efficiency projects in Singapore.

Bird & Bird ATMD LLP is a leading Singapore law firm associated with Bird & Bird, an international legal practice. The firm advises on both domestic and international cross-border transactions, including projects with a regional or global focus.

The team of over 50 lawyers are recognised as leaders in their respective fields and for their high-quality advice and deep sector knowledge, providing clients with the full range of legal services including advice on commercial, corporate, intellectual property, dispute resolution and arbitration, employment law, competition law, finance, data protection and real estate matters.

The firm has developed a deep industry understanding of key sectors, and its focus on industries being transformed by intellectual property, technology and the knowledge economy, together with its understanding of the diverse local cultures, has given it deep insight into the complex multi-jurisdictional issues clients face when doing business in the region.

With Bird & Bird’s 31 offices across Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East, the firm is strategically well placed to offer local expertise within a global context. Its considerable international reach enables it to deal with multinational projects and issues, as well as to provide advice which allows for local and international laws, policies and business practices. The firm uses its world-leading expertise in relevant legal and business areas to provide a practical and value-added service to its international clients.

The firm also works with a network of cooperation firms in Malaysia, Indonesia and Korea and other countries in Europe and the Middle East. The firm has trusted partners in the ASEAN region, including Japan, India and also the US, as well as other locations where the firm does not have offices.

Areas of practice: The Singapore practice is sector-focused and it provides clients with the full range of commercial services. It is renowned for its expertise in intellectual property and employment law. It also has market-leading practices in corporate, mergers and acquisitions, environmental, projects and energy, real estate and construction, capital markets, technology, media and telecommunications, and dispute resolution and international arbitration. Its lawyers also have extensive experience in aviation, banking and finance, competition, data protection, life sciences, regulatory and sports.

Announcements: Follow Bird & Bird ATMD’s LinkedIn page or join our mailing list for the latest developments within Bird & Bird ATMD, and updates on matters of topical interest. We share some of these updates below.

Joint Seminar on PDP Law Developments in Singapore and Indonesia

Indonesia recently enacted the long-awaited Personal Data Protection Law (PDP Law), the country’s first comprehensive law specifically dealing with the issue of data protection. Under the new PDP Law, local businesses and international companies will be liable for the way they use and manage the data of Indonesian consumers.

In Singapore, the maximum financial penalty cap has increased to 10% of annual turnover with effect from 1 October 2022.

What does that mean for your business?

Join us in this joint event on 29 November 2022 with K&K Advocates – Indonesia on Personal Data Protection Law Developments in Singapore and Indonesia. K&K’s Danny Kobrata take you through Indonesia’s new PDP Law while our partner Lijun Chui will discuss how you can reduce your data breach risks with reference to the latest decisions by the Personal Data Protection Commission in Singapore.

Read more: here.

IYC Campaign 2

Love, scorn or dismiss them but Web 3.0 and the Metaverse represents a maturing industry affecting even the oldest brick and mortar brands. But what is new is also old — do they herald a radical change or just more of the same? Join our Dispute Resolution partner Shaun Lee, FCIArb in-person on 17 November 2022 as he looks to demystify Web 3.0, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and the Metaverse through the lens of Amatino Manucci, the Cold War, the Dotcom Boom-and-Bust and case law.

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Emerging Trends in Technology Disputes Five Predictions

Recent developments in technology, in particular, the rise of digital assets and the metaverse, hold the promise to change the way we live, work and play. Unsurprisingly, these developments have brought along with them novel issues which challenge the way we understand and apply existing legal concepts and statutory frameworks. Fundamental questions such as whether digital assets may be considered as property and the category of property which such assets fall into, remain nascent or unsettled issues.

In this article, our partner Lijun Chui and senior associate Allen Lye share five predictions based on emerging trends on the types of technology disputes which we will see in future.

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We are pleased that our Alban Kang and Lorraine Tay have been named as global leaders in the private practice in the recently released WTR Global Leaders: Private Practice 2022 by World Trademark Review. Congratulations both!

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Lorraine Tay is named Winners of the Rising Stars Award Asia Pacific 2022 by IFLR

Big congratulations to our winners of the Rising Star Awards Asia Pacific 2022 by IFLR – Jolie Giouw for Mergers and Acquisitions, and Elaina Foo for Technology!

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Singapore Court of Appeal rules in landmark decision that emotional distress is actionable under the Personal Data Protection Act 2012

In Reed, Michael v Bellingham, Alex (Attorney-General, intervener) [2022] SGCA 60, it was held that emotional distress directly suffered as a result of a contravention of the Personal Data Protection Act 2012 (PDPA) may constitute “loss or damage” for which a private action could be commenced. The decision was made in relation to Section 32 of the version of the PDPA in force as of 2018 but remains relevant as the substance of the former Section 32 is now set out in Section 48O of the current version of the PDPA.

In this latest Data Privacy update, our lawyers Lijun Chui, Jeremy Tan, John Kuah and Joseph Lim examine key aspects of the case and shared their thoughts on the matter.

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Bird & Bird ATMD Rising IP Stars

A big congratulations to Pin-Ping Oh, Audrey Lim and Bridget Goh for their recent recognition as #RisingStars in the Managing IP’s Rising Stars list, 2022 edition!

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Workplace Safety and Health Implications of the Upcoming Approved Code of Practice on the Duties of CEOs and Board Directors

The recently introduced Approved Code of Practice (“ACOP”) clarifies what is expected of companies’ Chief Executives (“CEO”) and Board of Directors (“BOD”) in relation to ensuring employees’ workplace safety and health. By way of background, the ACOP provides guidance for companies to attain the outcome stated in a regulation.

In this latest update, our employment lawyers Seow Hui Goh, Natasha Cheng and Sharmaine Chan examine key aspects of the upcoming ACOP and the workplace safety and health implications it has on the duties of CEOs and Board Directors.

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Acted fro East Ventures on its US$26 million Series A fundraising round of Gokomodo

Our corporate lawyers Marcus Chow, Luke Oon and Sally Kim, recently acted for East Ventures as the lead investor in the US$26 million Series A fundraising round of Gokomodo, an Indonesian agriculture supply chain platform, one of the largest Series A investment amounts in Indonesia to date.

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Jonathan Choo photo Jonathan ChooPartner, Dispute Resolution
Marcus Chow photo Marcus ChowPartner, Corporate
Lijun Chui photo Lijun ChuiPartner, Dispute Resolution
Leo Fattorini photo Leo FattoriniPartner, Joint Head of the firm’s International Aviation Sector Group
Seow Hui Goh photo Seow Hui GohPartner, Head, Singapore Employment Group
Alban Kang photo Alban KangPartner, Intellectual Property
Akshay Kishore photo Akshay KishorePartner, Dispute Resolution
Shaun Lee photoMr Shaun LeePartner, Dispute Resolution
Niel Liebenberg photo Niel LiebenbergPartner, Corporate and Aviation
Pin-Ping Oh photoMs Pin-Ping OhPartner, Intellectual Property
Sandra Seah photo Sandra SeahJoint Managing Partner, Corporate
Anan Sivananthan photo Anan SivananthanPartner, Intellectual Property
Jeremy Tan photo Jeremy TanPartner, Head, Singapore Technology, Media and Telecommunication Group
Lorraine Tay photo Lorraine TayJoint Managing Partner, Head, Singapore Intellectual Property Group
Number of lawyers : 1,400
at this office : 45+
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