Singapore

According to the 2018 Global Innovation Index, Singapore is the most innovative country in Asia – so it comes as no surprise that the jurisdiction’s patent authorities are keen to stay abreast of the latest developments in intellectual property. Fintech and blockchain are the latest buzzwords in the Little Red Dot, not least because the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) has been actively promoting these future-facing sectors. IPOS’s newly implemented Fintech Fast Track Initiative granted its first accelerated fintech patent within seven months – a vast improvement over the usual minimum of two years. In order to further entrench Singapore’s status as an IP hub, the government has been debating reforming its IP dispute resolution system, which may result in a consolidation of most civil IP proceedings in the High Court and the establishment of a fast-track option for IP litigation. Also at the forefront of everyone’s mind is the planned closure of the Foreign Reliance Route in 2020, under which patent applications filed in Singapore could previously avoid local substantive examination provided that they were approved in other selected jurisdictions. As that day looms, firms are making efforts to ramp up their technical expertise by way of readiness.

Firms: litigation

  • Allen & Gledhill LLP
  • Bird & Bird ATMD LLP
  • Dentons Rodyk
  • Drew & Napier LLC
  • Amica Law LLC
  • Lee & Lee
  • Ravindran Associates LLP
  • Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow
  • Mirandah Law LLP

Firms: prosecution

  • Highly recommended
  • Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP
  • Spruson & Ferguson (Asia) Pte Ltd
  • Viering, Jentschura & Partner LLP
  • Recommended
  • Allen & Gledhill LLP
  • Amica Law LLC
  • Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow
  • Bird & Bird ATMD LLP
  • Davies Collison Cave 
  • Dentons Rodyk
  • Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP
  • Drew & Napier LLC
  • JurisAsia
  • Lee & Lee
  • McLaughlin IP Pte Ltd
  • WongPartnership LLP

Firms: transactions

  • Amica Law LLC
  • Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow
  • Bird & Bird ATMD LLP
  • Dentons Rodyk
  • Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP
  • Drew & Napier LLC
  • JurisAsia
  • Lee & Lee
  • Ravindran Associates LLP
  • WongPartnership LLP

Allen & Gledhill LLP

Singaporean star Allen & Gledhill LLP has considerable strength on both sides of the contentious schism. Its technically astute team of patent attorneys – 60% of whom hold PhDs – combine seamlessly with its seasoned legal practice to create a bean-to-cup offering that few can resist. The outfit’s prodigious drafting and filing capabilities have captured the attention of top patrons; Allen & Gledhill manages crucial patent portfolios on behalf of global giants Huawei, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Panasonic Corporation and Bank of America Corporation – as well as for research organisations, including Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co Ltd and Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research. Refined litigator Stanley Lai leads both the firm’s IP practice and the country’s entire IP establishment as chairman of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore. The first Singaporean-born lawyer to be awarded a PhD in law from the University of Cambridge continues to break new ground – most recently, by representing pharmaceutical giant Warner-Lambert Company in the jurisdiction’s first case concerning the practice of “skinny labelling”, whereby generic manufacturers seek to enter a market only for selected indications of a drug formulation. His colleague, the “skilled and experienced patent attorney” Pei Lin Low, rises to the apex of the prosecution table this year. Having weathered countless storms on behalf of her clients over the last two decades, it is extremely rare that she comes across a patent issue she has not dealt with before.

Amica Law LLC

Amica Law’s extensive and versatile patent practice makes it an indispensable ally for rights holders from all industries. The firm’s 21 dedicated practitioners draft, file and enforce patents across a variety of technical areas without breaking a sweat. Director and life sciences maven Winnie Tham bears the prosecution team’s standard aloft. A biochemistry and pharmacology specialist, her prosecution genius is highly valued by the likes of ExxonMobil Corporation, Singapore Health Services and the National University of Singapore. She also offers finely tuned and commercially aware advice on transactional IP matters – one recent highlight being her assistance of Sembcorp Marin in their acquisition of patent rights from Sevan Marine ASA. Microbiology expert Edmund Kok is new to the IAM Patent 1000 this year. His acclaimed prosecution practice is coveted by clients of all stripes, from research institutes and start-ups to multinational players. On the contentious side of the firm, “very shrewd” litigator Jason Chan continues to polish his sparkling courtroom record; a qualified solicitor in England and Wales, he is a genuinely global practitioner. The “young but capable” Melvin Pang is fast becoming a familiar face in the High Court, having acted recently for Pfizer Private Limited and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries in key pharmaceutical battles.

Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow

Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow has extensive capabilities, both across the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) region and worldwide. The full-service outfit can handle the full spectrum of IP matters; drafting, filing strategy, pre-litigation work and IP-rich transactional matters are all well within its remit. One client is full of praise for the firm’s “tailored approach” and enthuses: “I find them to be more professional and pleasant than many other law firms; you can tell that they value their clients and their lawyers are personable as well as skilled.” Managing principal Andy Leck runs a tight ship. Having spent two decades in the IP space representing Fortune 500 corporations from every industry imaginable, he has developed the ability to solve the most convoluted and intractable IP conundrums. All-sector patent pro Abe Sun garners the most effusive market praise. “He truly is an outstanding professional – you’d be hard pressed to find another patent lawyer in Asia with technical expertise and patent experience remotely comparable to his. Not only is he passionate about patents and technology, but he always takes a holistic approach and offers pragmatic, commercial strategies every time. We would strongly recommend Abe for all patent matters, especially those pertaining to highly complex technologies. He took the time to repeatedly walk us through the process of patent registration, pointing out the potential risks and opportunities at all times and making us feel that our patents are valuable.”

Bird & Bird ATMD LLP

Global titan Bird & Bird ATMD LLP has been taking on patent matters of all hues in Singapore without missing a beat for 10 years now. Whether engaged in multi-jurisdictional patent litigation, global strategic IP portfolio management or monetisation advice, the full-service firm takes an innately holistic approach to ensure that its clients’ needs are fully met. The team offers the complete IP package to leading conglomerates across a diverse range of sectors, utilising its tremendous global resources to offer the finest technical guidance. The firm’s non-contentious practice is flourishing with Lorraine Anne Tay leading the way. She is a dependable patent attorney, “highly rated” by her peers and ever-ready with “insightful and practical advice”. As one happy customer professes: “She and her team always return with reasonable advice.” On the contentious side, the firm tops the IAM Patent 1000 litigation table for the 7th year running. “Genius” Alban Kang is regularly engaged in complex, international patent disputes. He has been exceptionally busy recently, representing key global players, including Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd and B Braun Melsungen AG in High Court infringement proceedings. Another familiar face in the High Court, Anan Sivanathan makes his sophomore appearance in the guide this year. The former in-house lawyer at Creative Technology is trusted to handle infringement suits on behalf of South Korean pharmaceutical giant Celltrion Inc.

Davies Collison Cave 

Davies Collison Cave, one of Australia’s largest IP firms, has a “high-quality” offering in Singapore which makes its entry into the rankings this year. The partnership set up shop in the Little Red Dot only two years ago, but its list of clients is already impressive and growing steadily: Davies Collison Cave is now the official provider of patent services to Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research, as well as plenty of other IP-rich global players. The team has recently gained yet another master strategist, with Mastercard’s former IP counsel Ken Simpson joining the outfit. The practice also boasts a deep bench of PhD holders across an assortment of technical fields, who are ready to draft applications to international standards and provide shrewd strategic advice on IP portfolios. Trans-Tasman patent attorney Ross Clark is the glue that holds the team together. An electrical engineer by training, he has a well-rounded outlook and dispenses commercially astute advice.

Dentons Rodyk

Full-service outfit Dentons Rodyk is home to an exceptionally well-regarded IP practice, which is sought out for matters sitting on both sides of the contentious divide. The group possesses considerable regional reach and since combining with elite local firms in Indonesia and Malaysia last year, has further enhanced its capabilities in Southeast Asia. Multinationals operating across a variety of technical spaces – including Japanese mechanical and electronics corporations, as well as leading American semiconductor companies – enlist Dentons Rodyk to prosecute their patent applications, while local start-ups look to the firm to draft astutely and provide strategic IP-related guidance. However, the firm’s contentious capabilities are its main client magnet. With vastly experienced practitioner Ai Ming Lee spearheading the practice, the litigation team specialises in the most challenging cases – often taking on those which involve novel legal aspects, especially in the pharmaceutical and electromechanics arenas. Lee successfully represented Towa Corporation in a patent infringement suit and in so doing showcased her considerable powers of advocacy in appeal proceedings. IAM Patent 1000 debutant Chai Chong Low’s input was also pivotal in this brief. A seasoned IP litigator whose former cases often find their way into law journals, he is routinely trusted with must-win mandates. The pair are also currently representing Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharma Co and Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp in separate multi-faceted patent infringement suits and as a result have further burnished their reputation for percipiently arguing complicated cases.

Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP

Renowned full-service firm Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP has been rendering high-quality counsel since its establishment in 1874. The team garners rave reviews from the wider market: “Not only does it have excellent technical competencies and attention to detail, but also provides an extremely high level of customer service, by displaying a willingness to help even smaller clients work within their budget to achieve their target objectives. The quality of service provided has been very consistent and this shows in every aspect of the firm’s work.” Donaldson & Burkinshaw’s acute technical strength has already attracted an impressive number of multinational corporations looking to file and monetise with the best – and with a renowned immunology specialist having joined the team recently, its client list is only going to expand. At the helm of the IP group are patent attorneys par excellence Teck Yeow Lim and Hubert Giam. Covering the life science and mechanical fields respectively, they provide “value-added service” informed by their extensive experience, time after time.

Drew & Napier LLC

Drew & Napier LLC remains “one of the best” at what it does. With its “tremendously hardworking” team offering “sensible commercial advice” and applying “great strategic thinking” to every patent matter, it is a one-stop shop that “you can trust, always feeling that your case is in safe hands”. Despite the loss of contentious titan Dedar Singh Gill to the bench recently, the Drew & Napier patent litigation practice continues to maintain its record of top-notch courtroom performances. Managing director of intellectual property Tony Yeo is most at home when resolving intricate patent disputes on behalf of major clients in the healthcare and life sciences arenas. Renowned for his silver-tongued advocacy, Yeo is a master of cross-border and technically advanced patent infringement suits. The 130-year-old firm is also one of the top patent filers in Singapore and its market-leading patent prosecution practice is adroitly led by Yvonne Tang and Siau Wen Lim. A certified patent valuation analyst, Tang regularly serves up discerning IP strategy guidance to her dedicated roster of clients – while her partner Lim is described as a “very responsive” practitioner who “does a great job at a competitive rate”.

JurisAsia

JurisAsia makes its debut in the IAM Patent 1000 this year by dint of its superb international reach, technical breadth and the trust its work inspires in clients. Its exclusive affiliation with Canadian powerhouse Gowling WLG offers a global platform for Singaporean clients from all industries to seek protection for their IP assets in Southeast Asia and around the world. The team advises comprehensively, always bearing in mind the legal and technical challenges inherent in every patent portfolio. Market veteran Sheena Jacob has been leading the practice to ever-greater heights. The England, Wales and New York-qualified attorney at law has been operating at the cutting edge of IP matters for 25 years, and continues to dispense crystalline transactional counsel to companies including OnePlace Holdings Pte Ltd, on behalf of whom she helped to set up a patent trust recently. She is also in high demand for her patent strategy and prosecution skills; the National University of Singapore recently appointed her and JurisAsia to be one of only six firms to prosecute patents on their behalf – and other leading companies including Accuweather Inc have also entrusted her with their regional filing work. One client indicates why her services are so sought-after: “Sheena has always been very attentive to my needs and delivers very high-quality and professional work in a timely manner. She has always been easily approachable and is easy to work with because she is quick and efficient. She is also familiar with the local scene, which makes her one of the top go-to IP lawyers in the region.”

Lee & Lee

A true one-stop shop, Lee & Lee takes on every kind of IP-related issue and always comes up trumps. One of the firm’s three founders, Lee Kwan Yew, went on to become the first prime minister of Singapore and a globally renowned nation-builder – which gives some idea of Lee & Lee’s history and its standing on the Singaporean IP scene. Besides dispensing advice to the nation’s statutory boards, the 10-strong team prosecutes patents for a wide range of private clients across an array of industries. Yee Swan Boo effortlessly protects the rights of listed international companies and local offerings alike; after almost three decades in intellectual property, there is not much he does not know about portfolio management. On the contentious front, Tee Jim Tan is a “strong and confident” litigator who often represents major clients in the High Court and the Court of Appeal – most recently, the National University Hospital has enlisted his services. As one of the few senior counsels in the city state, he has an impressive track record of resolving perplexing IP disputes with consummate skill. For IP commercialisation matters, Maurice Cheong is the name to note; he is regularly trusted to draft licensing agreements by major Singaporean institutions.

Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP

Marks & Clerk Singapore ascends to the top tier of the prosecution table in the IAM Patent 1000 this year. “Since all of its practitioners have a technical background, the specialist IP firm has a significant advantage over other firms in Singapore.” The Marks & Clerk team of nearly 20 patent attorneys – all qualified in Singapore and most in a second jurisdiction – maintains its laser focus on domestic patent drafting and prosecution across multiple technologies. Aside from drafting watertight patent specifications and defending them with composure in office actions, the set’s practitioners provide additional services, including IP consulting, valuation and management, at a consistently high level. Managing partner and patent attorney Jim Greene-Kelly founded the Singaporean office in 1995. He is an all-around engineering aficionado whose trans-continental experience comes in handy when managing unwieldy international portfolios. Partner Gianfranco Matteucci speaks five languages; the Italian, European and Singaporean-qualified patent attorney has “gained an excellent reputation” as a result of his experience of working with biotech, chemistry, plant variety, nanotechnology and composite materials patents. Matthew English leverages his outstanding in-house experience to deal with all types of IP issues, but possesses special expertise in mechanical systems, medical devices and renewable energy drafting. Highly acclaimed electronics wizard Daniel Poh attracts an impressive local clientele. Between them, the team comfortably covers patent prosecution in jurisdictions all around the world, including the United Kingdom, the EPO, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.

McLaughlin IP Pte Ltd

McLaughlin IP Pte Ltd, a small but mighty IP boutique led by founder Michael McLaughlin, storms onto the prosecution table in the guide this year. It is one of few patent attorney firms in Singapore with UK-qualified practitioners, which makes it a major draw for international patrons looking to file in the country. Determined to produce high-quality patent drafts and applications, McLaughlin keeps the practice nimble and responsive – an approach which is appreciated by its enviable clientele, which includes the Nanyang Technological University, Tsinghua University, Alibaba Group, Amgen Inc and Sandoz AG. McLaughlin himself is known for supplying an “excellent, technical and customer-oriented service”. Not only is his background as a European and Singaporean patent attorney considered incredibly useful, but he is “very meticulous, which is particularly helpful for small and start-up companies”. As one client espouses: “You can trust Michael and his team to handle your patent matters promptly and diligently. They take the effort to find novel solutions and make sound suggestions, so there is clearly a personal touch. You can also be sure that your matters are conducted in a very timely matter, deadlines will not be missed and there are follow-ups with explicit objectives for very busy people who rely on summaries.”

Mirandah Law LLP

The litigation specialists at Mirandah Law LLP thrive when representing multinational pharmaceutical giants in the Singaporean High Court and Court of Appeal. Novartis has recently enlisted the side to help in advanced patent infringement suits against Warner-Lambert (Pfizer) and Bristol-Myers Squibb; while the firm successfully defended Millennium Pharmaceuticals Inc’s (Takeda) Singaporean market presence against a would-be generic entrant. Partner and principal Suhaimi Bin Lazim is instrumental to the outfit’s success. Clients are swift to praise the Hong Kong, England and Wales-qualified solicitor: “We think very highly of Suhaimi as he is a passionate patent advocate, always providing excellent legal advice that incorporates technical and scientific analyses and suggesting innovative strategies. He provides high-quality legal service and attends quickly to our requests – I know I can pick up the phone for any urgent, and sometimes difficult, issue. It is also easy to build a personal relationship with him, which is crucial to the professional successes we have enjoyed together.”

Ravindran Associates LLP

Pocket-sized but powerful, Ravindran Associates LLP is an A-Z IP boutique which boasts a particularly strong High Court and Court of Appeal contentious practice. Now in its 25th year, the “respected” ensemble – praised by peers as “one of the strongest in Singapore” – has been recently enhanced by the addition of former Dentons Rodyk dispute specialist and “very strong operator” Alvin Lim, whose presence reinforces the firm’s already formidable IP expertise. “Seasoned litigator” Ravi Ravindran leads the set, with dual-qualified lawyer and mechanical engineer Jevon Louis alongside him. The dynamic duo are currently busy representing Sun Electric in a landmark patent infringement case and Cicada Cube Pte Ltd in the country’s first-ever lawsuit which concerns the issue of entitlement to an already granted patent. Peers speak extremely highly of Louis: “He is very clever; his advantage is to be found not only in his litigation capability, but also in his qualification as a patent attorney.” The firm is equally adept when it comes to non-contentious matters, supporting a host of major clients with business risk analysis, patent strategy and IP licensing agreements.

Spruson & Ferguson (Asia) Pte Ltd

Spruson & Ferguson (Asia) Pte Ltd is, by all accounts, one of the top patent prosecution firms in Singapore. For local and Patent Cooperation Treaty applications, the outfit is consistently chosen to represent leading global and domestic market players across a plethora of fields. “Not only does the firm have a large team of international patent attorneys able to operate across multiple languages and technical areas, but it also has the commercial sense needed to understand business and tailor its approach accordingly.” Spruson & Ferguson’s sprawling Asian footprint means that it can effortlessly file patents and manage IP portfolios across the continent, especially in the chemistry, life sciences, engineering and IT domains. Trans-Tasman and Singaporean patent attorney Kristian Robinson oversees the Asia-Pacific practice. “After working in the United Kingdom and Australia, Kristian has vast international experience, which allows him to think globally but act locally.” His colleague Maik Brinkmann makes a first appearance in the IAM Patent 1000 this year. He is lauded as “a specialist in prosecuting and advising on the validity and infringement of pharmaceutical patents” and is also a European and German-qualified patent and trademark attorney.

Viering, Jentschura & Partner LLP

Prosecution powerhouse Viering, Jentschura & Partner LLP (VJP) has a glimmering market reputation, receiving some of the most emphatic client feedback for any firm. As one content customer expounds: “We have worked with the outfit for many years, and its practitioners always provide insightful technical analyses as well as prompt, quality service at a competitive rate. Because it has greater technical expertise, it can deal with more difficult patents. The firm demonstrates extraordinary professionalism and expertise. Although many of its attorneys have work experience in Europe, they have good coverage and understanding of the ASEAN patent system, which they can also explain from a European perspective.” Another client rhapsodises: “VJP is one of the few patent firms that meets our stringent requirements for quality and timely work, with an added advantage of having a German office. It consistently lives up to its reputation with an extremely impressive display of professionalism and high-quality patent drafting and prosecution work.” A cogent choice for multi-jurisdictional concerns and clients with a strong European focus, the Munich-based patent practice is able to draft, prosecute and strategise across all key technical sectors on behalf of a range of international and Singaporean patrons. Having boosted its talent pool with four new additions in 2018, the 20-strong team of patent attorneys and technical experts is ably guided by managing director Adam Bogsch, a multi-qualified IP veteran who commands respect both locally and internationally. Semiconductor expert Michael Koch is a European and trans-Tasman patent attorney with over 15 years of private practice experience, while Audrey Goh applies invaluable in-house experience gained at IT innovator Micron Technology, Inc to every portfolio that comes across her desk. UK-educated Gerald Koh marries his legal training with stellar technical expertise in molecular biotechnology. Together the trio make up an invincible dream team, as one associate confirms: “The firm is composed of very knowledgeable patent experts, who consistently pay close attention to detail and provide excellent, professional service; they are rigorous and thorough, with well-considered responses that reflect the highest levels of professionalism.” Mechanical engineer Kwang Chin Teo also receives rave reviews: "He fully understands inventions, while pinpointing his client’s needs and providing an excellent strategy that covers multiple essential technical and licensing aspects. He is prompt and diligent, producing high-quality work that exceeds all expectations.”

WongPartnership LLP

As the second largest law firm in Singapore, WongPartnership is uniquely positioned as a result of its outstanding extensive regional network; with offices from Asia to the Middle East, it has the expertise needed to deal with any kind of patent problem. The side prosecutes on behalf of a diverse selection of clients but specialises in future-facing fields – with smart building, robotics and blockchain patents falling within its ambit. As a full-service law firm, it can handle complex patent and technology licensing transactions in a multi-disciplinary way contextualised by wider commercial and legal picture. Chung Nian Lam adroitly balances his practice between contentious and non-contentious work. He leads the outfit’s IP and technology, media and telecoms groups and his versatile expertise extends to the most obscure patent matters.

Other recommended experts

Orion IP’s Ron Awyong keeps responsiveness at the core of his approach. The mechanical engineer drafts airtight patent applications on behalf of domestic enterprises of all stripes. Chong-Yee Khoo drives the “excellent and efficient patent prosecution practice” at Cantab IP, a boutique that is internationally renowned for its drafting capability in the life sciences space for clients including the Medical Research Council and Exploit Technologies. Khoo is one of the few practitioners in Singapore who is also qualified as a European and UK patent attorney and – as his firm name suggests – holds a PhD from Cambridge in DNA replication and the cell cycle. A “long-time player” in the Singaporean IP market, Jonathan Kok heads up the IP practice at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP, where he offers sage advice to start-ups of all hues. “The professionalism he shows is second to none; not only does he provide a personal touch, but he goes the extra mile to ensure everything adheres to business requirements and offers the necessary advice to ease his clients’ decision making.” Over at Joyce A Tan & Partners, Daniel Lim has become a familiar face in the Singaporean Court of Appeal by way of his “sharp legal acumen and involvement in important patent litigation cases”. A new face in the Singapore chapter but not to the IAM Patent 1000 generally, Jeffry Mann recently moved from Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP’s San Francisco office to take charge of the IP practice in Singapore. The co-chair of the firm’s global life sciences inter-disciplinary group was recently involved in a $20 million cross-border Series A financing between Lightstone Singapore PTE LTD, Osage and its client MediSix Therapeutics PTE LTD, on top of his drafting and prosecuting work for the latter. The head of One Legal LLC’s IP practice Regina Quek is a fantastic choice for all types of transactional patent work. With more than two decades of experience under her belt, she knows every trick of the licensing trade.

Individuals: litigation

  • Alban Kang - Bird & Bird ATMD LLP
  • Stanley Lai SC - Allen & Gledhill LLP
  • Tee Jim Tan SC - Lee & Lee
  • Tony Yeo - Drew & Napier LLC
  • Jason Chan - Amica Law LLC
  • Suhaimi Bin Lazim - Mirandah Law LLP
  • Andy Leck - Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow
  • Daniel Lim - Joyce A Tan & Partners
  • Jevon Louis - Ravindran Associates LLP
  • Chai Chong Low - Dentons Rodyk
  • Ravi Ravindran - Ravindran Associates LLP
  • Anan Sivananthan - Bird & Bird ATMD LLP

Individuals: prosecution

  • Adam Bogsch - Viering, Jentschura & Partner LLP
  • Pei Lin Low - Allen & Gledhill LLP
  • Gianfranco Matteucci - Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP
  • Michael McLaughlin - McLaughlin IP Pte Ltd
  • Ron Awyong - Orion IP
  • Yee Swan Boo - Lee & Lee
  • Maik Brinkmann - Spruson & Ferguson (Asia) Pte Ltd
  • Ross Clark - Davies Collison Cave
  • Matthew English - Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP
  • Hubert Giam - Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP
  • Audrey Goh - Viering, Jentschura & Partner LLP
  • Jim Greene-Kelly - Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP
  • Sheena Jacob - JurisAsia
  • Chong-Yee Khoo - Cantab IP
  • Michael Koch - Viering, Jentschura & Partner LLP
  • Gerald Koh - Viering, Jentschura & Partner LLP
  • Edmund Kok - Amica Law LLC
  • Jonathan Kok - RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP
  • Chung Nian Lam - WongPartnership LLP
  • Siau Wen Lim - Drew & Napier LLC
  • Teck Yeow Lim - Donaldson & Burkinshaw LLP
  • Jeffry S Mann - Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
  • Daniel Poh - Marks & Clerk Singapore LLP
  • Kristian Robinson - Spruson & Ferguson (Asia) Pte Ltd
  • Abe Sun - Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow
  • Yvonne Tang - Drew & Napier LLC
  • Lorraine Anne Tay - Bird & Bird ATMD LLP
  • Winnie Tham - Amica Law LLC

Individuals: transactions

  • Maurice Cheong - Lee & Lee
  • Sheena Jacob - JurisAsia
  • Jonathan Kok - RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP
  • Chung Nian Lam - WongPartnership LLP
  • Jevon Louis - Ravindran Associates LLP
  • Jeffry S Mann - Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP
  • Regina Quek - One Legal LLC
  • Anan Sivananthan - Bird & Bird ATMD LLP
  • Abe Sun - Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow

Luminaries

  • Ai Ming Lee - Dentons Rodyk