WUN Rizwi

WUN Rizwi
Partner
Intellectual Property & Technology
LL.B (Hons) (London); LL.M (London); Barrister-at-Law (Gray's Inn); Advocate & Solicitor, Singapore
Copyright & Media
Corporate & Commercial
Information Technology & Telecommunications
Trade Marks
Designs & Patents
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Rizwi is one of the founding members of RHTLaw Taylor Wessing. He has been in practice for about 20 years and is a Partner of the Firm’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice.
Rizwi’s main areas of legal practice covers the creation, protection, commercialisation and enforcement of intellectual property in Singapore, and also in the region. Rizwi also advises on technology-related commercial transactions and regulatory issues relating to Telecoms Law, Competition Law and Data Protection Laws.  
 
In addition, Rizwi is also focussed on developments in specific industries, including Cyber Security, Fashion & Luxury Brands, Food & Beverage, Media & Entertainment, to name a few.
 
As part of the Firm’s regional outlook, Rizwi is responsible for the Korean desk for the Firm.
 
Rizwi also has in-house industry experience, having previously worked as in-house legal officer and company secretary to a Singapore Government-Linked Company and legal counsel in a multi-national consumer electronics company.
 
He contributes regularly on topics including life sciences research, data protection, and franchising and has been featured, most recently in 2015, in the Singapore Business Times and Bloomberg Asia relating to issues on cyber security and data protection. 
 
Rizwi was identified as one of the most highly-acclaimed legal experts in the Asia-Pacific region in the practice area of Intellectual Property by the 2007 Asialaw Leading Lawyers survey and was listed as one of the 8 individuals for Franchising in Singapore in the Who’s Who Legal Singapore 2008. He has also been listed in Asia Legal 500 from 2009 to 2011  for Intellectual Property and TMT matters.
 
Rizwi has previously volunteered for the Law Society’s Pro Bono Programme and has been the vice chairman of the Law Society's Project Law Help Committee.