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RHT Law announces co-operation with leading international law practice group

RHT Law has signed a Co-operation Agreement with Taylor Wessing, a leading international law practice group, to establish a co-operation for the provision of legal services in South East Asia.

RHT Law congratulates RHT Capital Pte. Ltd. on obtaining approval from the SGX as a continuing sponsor

RHT Law congratulates RHT Capital Pte. Ltd. on obtaining the approval-in-principle (AIP) as a continuing sponsor on Catalist from the Singapore Exchange (SGX), with effect from 26th August 2011.

Silver sponsor for 11th Teen Challenge Charity Golf 2011

RHT Law is proud to be the Silver sponsor for the 11th Teen Challenge Charity Golf 2011 event on 30th September 2011.

Children's Cancer Foundation as RHT Law's adopted charity

The Children's Cancer Foundation (CCF) and RHT Law signed a memorandum of understanding on 2nd August 2011 to formalise the adoption of CCF as the Firm's principal charity.

RHT Law organises first media cocktail

RHT Law hosted members of the media at a cocktail session on the 2nd of August 2011, at the Singapore Cricket Club.

RHT Law soft launch and celebratory lunch

RHT Law's soft launch was heralded through the opening of the firm's office premises at Six Battery Road by former Court of Appeal Judge Mr LP Thean.

RHT Law Movie Night for staff, families and friends

RHT Law will be organising its annual Movie Night at Golden Village Marina on 14th July 2011, the opening night of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.

S-chips accounting irregularities a problem to worldwide Exchanges

Partner Lin Song from RHT Law’s China Practice provided comment on the recent concern from regulators worldwide regarding accounting irregularities surrounding S-chips listed on various exchanges.

Promoting intellectual property laws to the general public

The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS) is stepping up efforts to bring intellectual property (IP) closer to the people, through an integrated campaign optimising both online and offline activities to engage the general public.

Companies Act's review – Auditors concerns

The Ministry of Finance (MOF)’s proposed changes to the Companies Act includes deciding against a requirement for auditors to disclose to shareholders the reasons for their resignation due to concern over defamation, amongst others.

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