RHTLaw Taylor Wessing is pleased to announce that its Partners, Napolean Koh, Jack Ow, Suleen Ding and Dennis Tan have been ranked in the 2016 edition of Singapore’s 70 most influential lawyers aged 40 and under list published by Singapore Business Review (SBR).
RHTLaw Taylor Wessing’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution Partner Napolean Koh, Intellectual Property & Technology Partner Jack Ow as well as Corporate Partners Suleen Ding and Dennis Tan and have been selected amongst a list of hundred nominees based on thought leadership, influence and success. Currently in its third year running, the list recognises 70 young lawyers who have the competency of not only representing themselves, but also Singapore.
Napolean is a Partner at the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice. He specialises in Building Construction, Infrastructure and Engineering Disputes. His main areas of practice encompass both front-end advisory work for various construction, infrastructure and energy-related projects, as well as contentious work involving owner-developers, consultants and contractors at various stages of proceedings and forums. In addition to having an active court presence, Napolean has also dealt with disputes employing and/or involving alternative forms of dispute resolution, such as arbitration, mediation and adjudication under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (Cap 30B).
Jack is an Intellectual Property & Technology Partner at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing. He handles a broad spectrum of transactional and contentious matters in the areas of intellectual property (IP) and technology. He regularly advises on technology transactions, data protection and licensing, especially in the info-communication and technology (ICT) industries. As a Certified Information Privacy Technologist (CIPT) accredited by IAPP and having a keen interest in ICT developments, Jack believes in seeking customised legal solutions that take into account the challenges in design, deployment and auditing of IT products and services, while balancing the role that technology companies increasingly fill as arbiters of trust in today’s data-driven global economy.
Suleen is a Corporate Practitioner who specialises in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and foreign direct investments across the ASEAN region. She has assisted clients in putting together various legal documentation such as investment agreements, subscription agreements, shareholders’ agreements, joint venture agreements and sale and purchase agreements. Suleen has also led legal due diligence teams and coordinated cross-border transactions with professional advisors located in other jurisdictions. Clients she has skilfully and successfully advised include multinational corporations, regional listed companies and shareholders of some of the largest private companies in ASEAN.
Dennis is a Corporate Partner who specialises in Tax Planning & Advisory, Private Wealth and Corporate Technology. He has advised multinational corporate groups, sovereign wealth funds, PE firms, investment funds and financial institutions on international taxation issues. Dennis leverages on his international tax expertise in Private Wealth work, and advises ultra-high net worth families and their family offices on critical issues including private investments, governance, succession planning and wealth preservation. He also has an active US practice, and provides on-the-ground support to both US clients looking to grow internationally as well as international clients looking to further their US strategies.
The full rankings can be found online in the 19 December 2016 edition of Singapore Business Review Exclusives - 40 and Under Section.
RHTLaw Taylor Wessing Managing Partner Tan Chong Huat and Deputy Head of Banking & Finance Ow Kim Kit participated in the 21st ASEAN Banking Conference held on 27 and 28 November 2016 in Bangkok, Thailand. Lawyers from various law firms in the ASEAN Plus Group, namely, Hanafiah Ponggawa & Partners, RHTLaw Taylor Wessing Vietnam, Siam City Law Offices and VDB Loi, also participated in the conference, which was organised by the Thai Bankers’ Assocation.
Chong Huat was a speaker in one of the conference panel discussions titled “How can banks help to develop regional infrastructure?”. One of the issues discussed concerned the key impediments to private and commercial bank lending for public infrastructure projects.”