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Litigation & Corporate Practice

Corporate Law
The firm regularly assists our clients in the incorporation of companies, drafting of joint-venture agreements, drafting of memorandum of understanding, as well as advisory work for foreign direct investments into Singapore.

Employment Law
We routinely assist clients with the drafting and vetting of employment contracts and advisory work under Singapore's labour legislations. Some of the common issues that require legal support include advisory work in respect of retrenchment benefits, unfair dismissal, restraint of trade, restrictive covenants in employment contracts.

Family Law
The areas of practice covered by the firm include divorces, separation, division of matrimonial assets, child custody issues, adoption and spousal maintenance rights.

Intellectual Property
The Intellectual Property department primarily focuses on registration and enforcement of trademark rights and passing off actions.

Insurance Law
The Insurance Practice provides advisory services in the areas of personal injuries, industrial accidents, and vehicular accidents. In particular, the firm has honed their expertise in the realm of representations for paraplegic victims of industrial and vehicular accidents.

Probate & Letters of Administration
This area of practice covers the application of the grant of probate, letters of administration from the courts upon the demise of a family member. It also covers the resealing of grant of probate which may have been obtained in a foreign court to deal with assets that are based in Singapore.

General Criminal Matters
Besides offences under the Penal Code, the firm also handles cases involving statutory offences under the various commercial or corporate codes which may cover insider trading, corruption and other general white collar crimes.

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