RHTLaw Taylor Wessing has been ranked in the 2015 edition of IFLR1000 in the following Practice Areas:
Banking & Finance
Energy & Infrastructure
Mergers & Acquisitions
In addition, Managing Partner Tan Chong Huat, Partners Azman Jaafar, Tan Choon Leng and Ch’ng Li-Ling have been listed as Leading Lawyers.
The firm congratulates the Practices, our Managing Partner and Partners on their achievements!
Singapore, 29 October 2014 – RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP proudly announces a tribute for Senior Partner Mr. Subhas Anandan, Singapore’s top criminal lawyer and a titan of the Singapore Bar.
The tribute event was held at the Supreme Court of Singapore with Guest of Honour Mr. K. Shanmugam, Minister for Law and Foreign Affairs. The event was attended by leaders of Singapore’s legal community comprising the Attorney-General Mr. V. K. Rajah, as well as judges from the Supreme Court and State Courts, lawyers, legal officers, law academics and students.
As a fitting tribute to Mr. Anandan, members of the local legal community pledged a sum of S$100,000 towards the newly formed "Yellow Ribbon Fund Subhas Anandan Star Bursary Award," which will provide financial support to ex-inmates who wish to pursue further education and a second chance in society, a cause pioneered by Mr. Anandan during his four-decade career.
In addition to the announcement of fund, the event featured remarks from high-profile members of Singapore’s legal community, all praising the professional and personal attributes of Mr. Anandan.
Mr. K. Shanmugam, Minister for Law and Foreign Affairs, said, “As one of Singapore’s top criminal lawyers with over 1,500 criminal cases under his belt, Subhas is a legend in the courtroom. His sharp intellect, combative spirit and indomitable will are well-known. Subhas’ steadfast belief in a fair defence for the accused, and for a second chance to be accorded to them regardless of their chequered past, is well-known.”
Mr. Rajan Menon, Senior Partner, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP, said, “In 43 years of legal practice, Subhas has established himself as an outstanding criminal lawyer we have today at the Singapore Criminal Bar. Subhas is a man of integrity, boundless energy, passion, compassion, generosity and a staunch defender of the rule of law. All these called for hard work and commitment which he wholeheartedly gave. On behalf of my partners and RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP, we are delighted and also honoured in this special tribute to our Senior Partner and a founding member of the firm.”
Mr. Anandan is a Senior Partner for the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice for RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP.
Jonathan Kok, Head of RHTLaw Taylor Wessing’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice, will be on the panel discussing How Crypto-Currencies are Changing the Future at the Inaugural CAIA-SKBI Cryptocurrency Conference 2014 on 4 November 2014. This conference is organised by the Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics (SKBI) in conjunction with the Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst Association (CAIA). It will be held at the Singapore Management University, Ngee Ann Kongsi Auditorium.
Cryptocurrencies have been gaining much attention recently as we observe industry leaders and institutions taking part in discussions on Bitcoin or buying stakes in the cryptocurrency industry. It can potentially change the way businesses are conducted, and challenge established institutions such as central banks, exchanges, and even governments.
This conference will be an opportunity for industry professionals and regulators to improve their understanding of the area and explore how their institutions can address or engage in this technology.
To RSVP, please click here.
Azman Jaafar, Partner and Head of Corporate, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing was quoted in an article by Asian Legal Business. Entitled “A time for tie-ups”, the article explores the law firm alliances being forged in South East Asia. Azman speaks about regional connectivity and the need to maintain quality in a diverse region. With the creation of the ASEAN Economic Community, Azman also expects an increase in cross-border trade between member countries, as well as with countries within and outside the rest of Asia.
For the full article, please visit http://www.legalbusinessonline.com/features/time-tie-ups/67174