Rajah & Tann launches remote contracts management platform

BY Aparna Sai |

Rajah & Tann Asia, the legal network led by Singapore’s Rajah & Tann, has released a platform that enables clients to remotely generate and digitally sign contracts from any device in real-time.

AMT becomes second Japanese firm to enter into alliance in SG

BY Aparna Sai |

Japan‘s Anderson Mori & Tomotsune (AMT) has continued its expansion in Southeast Asia after entering into a formal law alliance (FLA) with Singapore firm DOP Law Corporation.

DWF to close in Singapore following strategic review

BY Aparna Sai |

LSE-listed law firm DWF is closing its three-year-old office in Singapore following a strategic review of its global operations.

Former Clyde APAC hospitality head sets up firm in SG, Thailand

BY Aparna Sai |

Benjamin Hirasawa, a former head of the Asia-Pacific hospitality practice at Clyde & Co., has launched a boutique firm with offices in Singapore and Bangkok.

SICC judge resigns following sexual harassment inquiry in Australia: reports

BY Aparna Sai |

Dyson Heydon, a judge of the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC), has resigned following an inquiry by the High Court of Australia that found that he had sexually harassed six staff member…

As Eversheds and Harry Elias split, alliances in SG are coming under scanner

BY Elizabeth Beattie |

Eversheds Sutherland and Singapore’s Harry Elias Partnership recently announced that they were ending their three-year merger with a joint media release. The statement said the firms were parting on “…

Eversheds, Singapore’s Harry Elias to go their separate ways

BY Aparna Sai |

The three-year-old merger between Eversheds Sutherlands and Singapore’s Harry Elias Partnership (HEP) is officially coming to an end at the end of this month, the two firms have announced.

Third-party funder Woodsford adds new consultant in Singapore

BY Aparna Sai |

UK-headquartered Woodsford Litigation Funding has hired Franca Ciambella as a consultant in Singapore.

SG’s Collyer Law collaborates with U.S. start-up Anduin on issue-tracking software

BY Aparna Sai |

Singapore-based boutique Collyer Law, which focuses on emerging growth companies, has collaborated with U.S. technology company Anduin on an issue-tracking platform for the legal market.

Protecting Employers from COVID-19 – A Practical Guide [Brought to you by Jacque Law]

BY Jacqueline Chua |

While job-cutting may be effective in some cases, it can also severely damage company culture and staff morale and result in irreparable loss of know-how.