As one of the leading intellectual property law firms and highly regarded for its technology law practice in Singapore, Taylor Vinters Via supports businesses driving the innovation economy in Asia, and the entrepreneurs and private wealth that underpin them.
With its strategic location in one of the leading ASEAN innovation hubs, the Taylor Vinters Via practice in Singapore is ideally positioned to support global businesses operating in Asia as well as fast growth businesses and entrepreneurs looking to grow more locally.
Taylor Vinters Via supports clients at all stages of their business, from exciting startups looking for advice in raising capital, to companies in expansion mode wanting to protect its intellectual property and technology assets, to well established multinational clients requiring ‘in time zone’ support and local expertise in disputes or cross border transactions as part of Taylor Vinters’ International Counsel service.
Directors Yingyu Wang and Anthony Soh lead the Singapore team bringing international and in house experience to ensure a commercially relevant approach to the projects they support.
Ying has been (i) ranked by Chambers & Partners Asia Pacific in the fields of IP Litigation, TMT and Startups & Emerging Companies and is the only female practitioner (ii) to be named by The Legal 500 Asia Pacific from 2016 to 2021 as a leading individual for TMT Law. Ying regularly advises clients on transactional and contentious issues, particularly within the IP and TMT domains. Anthony was named a “Leading Lawyer for Dispute Resolution” and was known as “One of the most highly-acclaimed legal experts” for both Dispute Resolution and Corporate Governance by Asialaw Leading Lawyers Survey.
The key practice areas of the Singapore team are
- Growth and strategy
- Intellectual property disputes, portfolio management and strategy planning
- Contract negotiation support (including joint ventures, mergers & acquisition)
- Technology acquisitions, licensing and adoption
- Disputes Resolution (litigation, arbitration and mediation)
- Regulatory advice (particularly payment services, FinTech, MedTech & AgriTech)
- And employment law.