TKQP’s award-winning Disputes practice has been shortlisted for the Asian Legal Business SE Asia Law Awards 2018’s Dispute Resolution Boutique Law Firm of the Year and Singapore Litigation Law Firm of the Year awards.
The Asian Legal Business SE Asia Law Awards recognize and celebrate the outstanding contributions of law firms and in-house counsel to the legal landscape in South East Asia. An independent judging panel comprising at least 30 reputable members from numerous sectors will select the winners for the various award categories.
We take this opportunity to thank all our clients for their support and confidence in our firm.
Of Counsel, Alcina Lynn Chew has been recognised by Singapore Business Review as one of Singapore’s “20 most influential lawyers aged 40 and under 2017”. This annual listing profiles young lawyers in Singapore who have shaped the Singapore legal industry. Lawyers were chosen based on thought leadership, influence, and success. Read more
In an effort to showcase and recognise young talented lawyers, Singapore Business Review does not rank a lawyer more than once. TKQP’s lawyers have been ranked in this list for four consecutive years.
TKQP is delighted to announce the promotions of one Partner, one Of Counsel and six Senior Associates, effective 1 January 2018.
The following is a list of the newly promoted lawyers:
- Keith Tnee, Partner, Disputes
- Alcina Chew, Of Counsel, Disputes
- Chan Yi Zhang, Senior Associate, Disputes
- Rachel Chin, Senior Associate, Disputes
- Leonard Loh, Senior Associate, Disputes
- Kristy Teo, Senior Associate, Disputes
- Daniel Cheong, Senior Associate, Insurance
- Javier Yong, Senior Associate, Insurance.
We are delighted to announce that our firm’s sterling Disputes practice has clinched the “Disputes Boutique of the Year” and the “Matters of the Year” awards from Asialaw, amid keen competition from law firms across 14 jurisdictions in the region. In addition, Senior Partner Paul Seah beat six other disputes lawyers (including two Senior Counsel) in the region to win the “Disputes Star of the Year” award.
The awards ceremony took place at Grand Hyatt Hong Kong on 28 September.
Please refer to the press release for further details.
TKQP is pleased to announce that the firm has been listed in “Best Boutiques 2017” by Asian Legal Business. This inaugural list profiles law firms across Asia that are gamechangers in their chosen specialism.
We take this opportunity to thank our clients for their continued support.
TKQP has secured a favourable judgment in a minority oppression case which involved Mdm Kwik Poh Leng, the matriarch of the Thio family.
The Thio family members own a very successful dairy products business in Singapore through their company, Malaysia Dairy Industries Pte Ltd, which produces well-known products such as Vitagen, Marigold, HL Milk, Peel Fresh, Cowbell, Lady General, King of Kings and Double Happiness.
Three members of the Thio family commenced an action against their mother, Mdm Kwik, and two other siblings for acts that were allegedly oppressive and prejudicial to their interests as shareholders of certain companies owned by the Thio family. The plaintiffs sought a buyout from the defendants, or alternatively that the companies in question be wound up.
Following a 16-day trial, we succeeded in having the claims against our client dismissed.
The team is led by Senior Partner, Paul Seah with support from:
- Of Counsel, Keith Tnee;
- Senior Associate, Alcina Lynn Chew; and
- Associate, Rachel Chin.
TKQP’s sterling Disputes practice has earned nominations for the Asialaw Asia-Pacific Dispute Resolution Awards 2017.
The firm has been nominated for the Disputes Boutique of the Year award. In addition, Senior Partner, Paul Seah, has earned a nomination for the Disputes Star of the Year award.
In selecting the shortlist across 14 jurisdictions, Asialaw undertook detailed research from a variety of sources and consulted private practice lawyers, in-house counsel and barristers.
The award dinner will take place at The Grand Hyatt in Hong Kong on 28 September.