Notice of Closure

Please be informed that our office will be closed from Monday, 2 May 2022 to Tuesday, 3 May 2022.

We shall resume business on Wednesday, 4 May 2022.

We take this opportunity to wish you a happy Hari Raya Puasa!


Connecting the Dots – Integrating Network Effects in Singapore Competition Law

On 1 February 2022, the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (“CCCS”) updated its guidelines on the Section 34 and Section 47 Prohibitions (“New Guidelines”). In this article, we will briefly introduce the Section 34 and 47 prohibitions, discuss CCCS’ clarification on network effects in relation to these prohibitions as well as the impact of the clarification on your business.

Connecting the Dots – Integrating Network Effects in Singapore Competition Law


Simplified Process for Intellectual Property Disputes at the High Court

The new Supreme Court of Judicature (Intellectual Property) Rules 2022 came into force on 1 April 2022. It introduces a new streamlined track for resolving intellectual property disputes in the High Court known as the Simplified Process for Certain Intellectual Property Claims

This article will discuss the key features of the Simplified Process and the requirements for the Simplified Process to apply. The Simplified Process is a useful alternative pathway for litigants with limited means in less complex cases.​

Simplified Process for […]


Notice of Closure

Please be informed that our office will be closed from Monday, 31 January 2022 to Wednesday, 2 February 2022.

We shall resume business on Thursday, 3 February 2022.

We take this opportunity to wish you a happy Chinese New Year holiday!


Lee & Lee awarded LAB Appreciation Award – Gold for Outstanding Contribution by a Law Firm

We are pleased to announce that Lee & Lee has received the Legal Aid Bureau (“LAB”) Appreciation Award – Gold 2021 for Outstanding Contribution by a Law Firm.

The award recognises the contributions of law firms to the Legal Aid Scheme, through actively encouraging their lawyers to volunteer with LAB, and supporting their lawyers’ work as LAB’s Assigned Solicitors. The award also recognises the efforts of these Assigned Solicitors on non case-related matters, such as promoting the Legal Aid Scheme to […]


Notice of Closure

Please be informed that our office will be closed on

Friday, 24 December 2021; and Friday, 31 December 2021.

We shall resume business on Monday, 27 Dec 2021 and Monday, 3 Jan 2022 respectively.

We take this opportunity to wish you Season’s Greetings and a Happy New Year!


Lee & Lee’s Mr. Zech Chan recognised for his outstanding contributions towards providing pro bono volunteer services in the State Courts

(Photo credits: judiciary.gov.sg)

We are pleased to inform that our Mr. Zech Chan is the recipient of the Outstanding Court Volunteer Award in the Advocate and Solicitor Category, issued by the Supreme Court, State Courts and Family Justice Courts.

The Outstanding Court Volunteer Award recognises individuals who have contributed significantly as committed volunteers with the State Courts and Family Justice Courts.

Zech was presented the award and recognized for his contributions as a Volunteer Mediator towards helping disputants resolve their differences amicably in […]


Opening the Gates – Court Lifts Injunction over “KAWS:HOLIDAY Singapore” Exhibition

Photo Credits: AllRightsReserved Limited (Instagram: arr.allrightsreserved)

On 13 November 2021, the organisers of the much-anticipated “KAWS:HOLIDAY Singapore” exhibition, AllRightsReserved Limited (“AllRightsReserved”), were served an interim injunction. Lee & Lee represented AllRightsReserved in an urgent hearing on 15 November 2021. The Court agreed with our arguments and lifted the injunction.

This client note discusses the urgent hearing and provides some background to the parties.

Opening the Gates – Court Lifts Injunction over “KAWS:HOLIDAY Singapore” Exhibition


Cheaper, Better, Faster: Cost-Saving Features and Simplified Processes Undergird the Upcoming Specialised Track for Intellectual Property Litigation

Recently, on 13 September 2021, during the Second Reading of the Copyright Bill, the Second Minister for Law, Mr. Edwin Tong, indicated that a specialised intellectual property litigation “track” in the High Court (the “Specialised Track”) would be introduced in the coming months.

This article provides an overview as to the Specialised Track (based on available information) and provides insight into when the Specialised Track may be useful for parties considering IP litigation, as well as its potential risks and pitfalls.

Cheaper, […]