New Partners

The firm is pleased to announce the appointment of the following individuals as Partners of the Firm with effect from 1 January 2017:

Ms Amelia Ang (Litigation Department)
Mr Michael Lim (Real Estate Department)
Mr Freddy Lim (Intellectual Property Department)
Ms Evelyn Ong (Banking Department)
Mr Kenny Goh (Corporate Department)
Ms Liane Lim (Corporate Department)

We take this opportunity to congratulate our Partners on their new appointments.


5th Global Forum on Intellectual Property

Lee & Lee is pleased to be one of the sponsors for the 5th Global Forum on Intellectual Property (GFIP), which will be held at the Marina Bay Sands Convention Centre on 25 – 26 August 2015.

The GFIP brings together internationally renowned IP luminaries and policy-makers to share their insights and strategies. Over the course of two days, the speakers will lead a series of discussions on the latest IP trends and issues in the region and beyond.

Our Mr Tan […]


“UK Court orders limited disclosure of confidential European Commission competition decision” by Tan Tee Jim SC and Jeremiah Chew

Lee & Lee’s latest update covers the decision of the UK High Court in Emerald Supplies Ltd & Ors v. British Airways plc & Ors [2014] EWHC 3513 (Ch).

Case Update – UK Court orders limited disclosure of confidential European Commission competition decision


Tan Tee Jim, S.C. invited to speak at IP Academy’s Developments in IP Law Series 2015

We are proud to announce that Tan Tee Jim S.C., senior partner and head of our Intellectual Property Department, has been invited to speak at the IP Academy’s Developments in IP Law Series 2015.

The Developments in IP Law Series is the IP Academy’s annual signature programme for the legal fraternity in Singapore. It charts the development of the main Intellectual Property Rights (copyright, registered designs, patents, trade marks and passing off) within Singapore and other jurisdictions in the preceding year […]


“CCS Imposes Financial Penalties of S$9.3M on Japanese Bearing Manufacturers” by Tan Tee Jim, S.C. and Jeremiah Chew

Lee & Lee’s update analyses the latest Infringement Decision released by the Competition Commission of Singapore on 27 May 2014, in which four Japanese bearing manufacturers and their Singapore subsidiaries were fined a total of S$9.3M.

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“High Court voids restrictive covenant imposed on ex-employee: Lek Gwee Noi v Humming Flowers & Gifts Pte Ltd [2014] SGHC 64” by Tan Tee Jim, S.C. and Freddy Lim

Lee & Lee’s latest update covers the recent High Court decision of Lek Gwee Noi v Humming Flowers & Gifts Pte Ltd [2014] SGHC 64.

Lee & Lee’s Tan Tee Jim, S.C. and Freddy Lim acted for the successful Plaintiff in the above case.

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