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RHT Rajan Menon Foundation proud to sponsor the construction of bridges in Lombok, Indonesia

14 October 2017 marked a momentous occasion in the calendar of RHT Rajan Menon Foundation (“Foundation”) as its representatives travelled to Lombok, Indonesia, to participate in an opening ceremony of three bridges totalling 49 metres, sponsored by the Foundation. This is the Foundation’s first corporate social responsibility project out of Singapore.

Official Launch of SMU Pro Bono Centre, supported by RHT Rajan Menon Foundation featured on Channel NewsAsia

The official launch of SMU Pro Bono Centre, supported by RHT Rajan Menon Foundation was featured on Channel NewsAsia’s PrimeTime Asia segment on 6 October 2017

RHTLaw Taylor Wessing bolsters Private Wealth Practice with appointment of new Partner

Mr Benjamin Szeto’s specialist knowledge in Private Wealth management underscores the Firm’s emphasis on leveraging demand for legal advice on cross border investments and transactions

Litigation and Dispute Resolution Partner Eugene Quah is representing an entrepreneur for the return of $6.5 million meant to be invested in China

RHTLaw Taylor Wessing's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Partner Eugene Quah was featured in The Straits Times article titled, “Bankrupt, 4 others sued for return of $6.5m”. The article was first published in The Straits Times on 9 October 2017.

SMU and RHT Rajan Menon Foundation affirm commitment to cultivate pro bono spirit among law students and within the legal fraternity

In conjunction with the official launch of the Singapore Management University (SMU) Pro Bono Centre’s new premises at the SMU School of Law building today, the University announced a gift of S$300,000 from the RHT Rajan Menon Foundation, which will support the Centre for a period of five years starting from Academic Year 2017-2018.

Deputy Managing Partner Azman Jaafar comments in The Edge that fewer lawyers will be needed as artificial intelligence disrupts the legal industry

RHTLaw Taylor Wessing Deputy Managing Partner Azman Jaafar was quoted in The Edge article titled “Lawyers may need tech skills as AI changes nature of legal industry”.

The article was first published in The Edge Singapore on 2 October 2017.

RHTLaw Taylor Wessing proud to host a UK delegation comprising more than 20 Innovative Companies

RHTLaw Taylor Wessing was proud to host a UK delegation comprising more than 20 Innovative Companies at the office on 22 September 2017. Head of Regulatory Practice Nizam Ismail gave the introductory speech, showcasing the Firm’s strengths in technology and in assisting companies to expand to the region.

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