August 3, 2011

Children’s Cancer Foundation as RHT Law’s adopted charity

The Children's Cancer Foundation (CCF) and RHT Law signed a memorandum of understanding on 2nd August 2011 to formalise the adoption of CCF as the Firm's principal charity. The Firm is committed to giving back to society, and plans to organise various fundraising events, such as a charity golf fundraiser in 2012, and to also encourage staff to volunteer and participate in CCF's activities. Executive Director Ms Chee Wai Yee represented CCF in signing the memorandum.
July 14, 2011

RHT Law soft launch and celebratory lunch

RHT Law commenced business on Saturday, 28 May 2011. The soft launch was heralded through the opening of the firm's office premises at Six Battery Road by former Court of Appeal Judge Mr LP Thean. Staff and their families were invited for a tour of the new premises which was followed by a celebratory lunch at the Singapore Cricket Club. RHT Law and RHT Group of Companies currently have the strength of over 100 legal professionals and staff.
July 11, 2011

RHT Law Movie Night for staff, families and friends

RHT Law will be organising its annual Movie Night at Golden Village Marina on 14th July 2011, the opening night of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. Staff, families and friends of the firm are invited to participate in the 'Be Potter-ised' photo contest which will have a Halloween-in-July effect, with wizard hats and wands expected to make their appearance in a bid to win 5 pairs of GV movie tickets. RHT Law will also present the pledge book in support of Saferoads.sg during the movie night. The nationwide campaign promotes road safety in Singapore, and is organised by Automobile Association Singapore, Singapore Road Safety Council and People's Association, and is supported by the Traffic Police.
June 27, 2011

S-chips accounting irregularities a problem to worldwide Exchanges

Partner Lin Song from RHT Law’s China Practice provided comment on the recent concern from regulators worldwide regarding accounting irregularities surrounding S-chips listed on various exchanges. He highlighted that companies in China are generally more focused on growth than corporate governance, and while there are laws in China against commercial crimes and fraud, enforcement is still not up to scratch as local governments tend to protect local businesses.