Bird & Bird opened in Singapore in 2009 through its global association with a leading local firm forming, Bird & Bird ATMD. The Singapore office works closely with the firm’s regional network of offices in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai. Our integrated one-firm approach means we can help our clients not only in Singapore and Asia, but wherever our clients’ need us to be.
Our team of over 30 lawyers continue to be recognised as leaders in their respective fields and for their high quality advice and deep sector knowledge. We act for a broad range of clients including, major Asian, European and US companies. We advise on both domestic and international cross-border transactions, with a focus on Singapore and Asian regional work. We also regularly advise government agencies, regulatory bodies and public institutions.
Our Singapore practice is sector focused and we provide clients with the full range of commercial services. We are renowned for our expertise in intellectual property and employment law. We also have market leading practices in corporate, merger and acquisitions, environmental, projects and energy, real estate and construction, technology, media and telecommunications, and all forms of dispute resolution and international arbitration. Our lawyers also have extensive experience in aviation, banking and finance (including capital markets), competition, data protection, life sciences, regulatory, sports and tax.
In addition to our strong Asian regional network, we also work closely with Bird & Bird’s extensive international network of offices across Europe and the Middle East. This enables us to offer local expertise within a global context, helping our clients achieve their business goals both domestically and internationally.
The Singapore office is headed by Joint Managing Partners Lorraine Tay and Sandra Seah.
Bird & Bird ATMD LLP
2 Shenton Way #18-01
SGX Centre 1
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