Today RHTLaw Taylor Wessing lost one of our family members and one of its leading lights. Mr Subhas Anandan passed away this morning leaving behind his wife Vimala and only son Sujesh. Our immediate thoughts and prayers are with Vimala, Sujesh and their immediate family in this difficult time. Mr Subhas Anandan was a founding father and a Senior Partner at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing.
Mr. Rajan Menon, Senior Partner, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP, said, “Over 44 years of legal practice, Subhas has established himself as one of the most outstanding criminal lawyers the Singapore Bar has ever had. Subhas was a man of integrity, boundless energy, passion, compassion, generosity and a staunch defender of the rule of law. People who have been helped by Subhas, and there have been so many, will know that beneath that stern and fierce demeanour, was one of the kindest and warmest man you could ever meet. Subhas gave wholeheartedly to those to whom he could. On behalf of my partners, management and staff at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP, we are sad to have lost one of our own but are honoured to have served with this giant of a man who had a heart of gold. Today we grieve the loss of a great man. ”
Mr Subhas Anandan was 67 years old.
An article prepared by Wun Rizwi, Intellectual Property & Technology Partner at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing, titled Singapore’s Regulatory Framework for Electronic Marketing: Practical Tips for Compliance was featured as a commentary and analysis piece in the December 2014 edition of Bloomberg BNA’s World Data Protection Report.
The commentary discusses regulations specific to electronic marketing in Singapore, primarily two main pieces of legislation – The Singapore Spam Control Act (SCA) and The Do Not Call (DNC) Registry established under the Singapore Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA).
The World Data Protection Report helps readers understand the latest developments in privacy laws worldwide. The report ensures that readers have details of all new laws and requirements, in addition to providing practical guidance on issues such as cross-border data flows, monitoring and surveillance.
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This article was written in conjunction with the Data Protection Practice at Taylor Wessing U.K.
RHTLaw Taylor Wessing Managing Partner Tan Chong Huat and Partner Nizam Ismail have successfully co-authored an opinion piece, which was published in the 17 December 2014 edition of The Business Times.
The piece discusses several reforms that Singapore can undertake to better position itself as an international hub for Islamic Finance, an increasingly important component of global financial markets and a growing practice area for the firm.
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Singapore Business Review set out to recognize the country’s trailblazing professionals at the inaugural Business Rankings Awards 2014 held on 4 December 2014 at The Shangri-La Singapore.
RHTLaw Taylor Wessing Partner and Head of Private Wealth Tan Choon Leng was an award recipient for the category – Singapore’s 20 most influential 40 and under lawyers. Choon Leng was recognised for his leadership in Private Wealth and M&A. In 2014, he represented UHNW families in Asia on their private client and corporate matters and worked with numerous partners across our global offices to deliver a cross-border holistic solution to clients.
He is a regular contributor to trade publications and journals and most recently contributed his views on “The Singapore Budget” to high profile publications such as Reuters and The Edge Singapore.
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