We are a young Singapore law firm looking to create a modern brand of legal practice that is founded on the idea that simplicity is efficiency. When it comes to our clients, this is reflected in our commitment to forging lasting relations, hand-holding them and in providing quality advice. We are led by our Managing Director, Mr Christopher Huang and we also benefit from the guidance of our senior consultant, Mr Colin Ng, who has been in practice for more than 35 years and is motivated to groom a new generation of lawyers.
Leveraging on our connections with our network of partner law firms in the region and the rest of the world, we are positioned as a firm that provides quality legal services that are value driven and cost efficient to both local and international clients.
We believe in a client-centric approach that involves significant interaction with clients to ensure that both the expectations and the motivations behind such expectations are taken into account when tailoring advice. Our lawyers’ come from a variety of practice areas including corporate and commercial, tax, finance, insolvency to family law and civil and criminal litigation. Complementing this diversity in experience are the relationships we have forged with other professional service providers (such as financial advisers, tax advisers and corporate service providers) and industry partners. This enable us to adopt a multi-faceted approach to conceptualising and implementing legal solutions, helping our clients achieve their commercial goals.
Our Corporate and Commercial Practice is geared towards providing pertinent legal advice and support in relation to each stage of the corporate lifecycle, whether it is for business owners, corporations or investors.
There are 3 main aspects to what our Corporate and Commercial Practice covers.
Firstly, governance and compliance. We provide basic corporate secretarial services and guidance on regulatory compliance issues ranging from the usual concerns, such as corporate compliance and data protection and privacy, to industry-specific concerns.
Secondly, corporate advisory. We share insights on how shareholder and investor relations can be managed and we are always keen to explore new opportunities with our clients to realise their commercial objectives- such as fund-raising exercises and joint ventures.
Thirdly, commercial transactional support. We advise on and prepare a variety of commercial documents to suit our clients’ specific business needs, including service agreements, licensing agreements, distribution agreements, supplier agreements, website policies and non-disclosure agreements.
In the course of working with our clients, we take an active interest in learning not just about their commercial aspirations but the history and personalities involved. This in-depth understanding is what enables us to provide effective, custom-made legal solutions that see us becoming a part of our clients’ success as much as they are a part of ours.
Our Partners and Associates
Christopher is the Managing Director of CHP Law LLC (“CHP”) and advises on various areas of law, with a focus on the legal and tax aspects of cross border commercial transactions, including transfer pricing.
Randall is a Director of CHP Law LLC. His practice experience consists of corporate and commercial transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, commercial contracts and corporate restructuring, with particular sensitivity to the tax aspects of the transaction.
Raj is a Director of CHP Law LLC. He has had significant litigation experience at all levels of the Singapore Courts, and has dealt with employment disputes, disputes over commercial contracts, shareholder disputes, defamation matters, and a variety of criminal defence matters.
Arthur is a Director of CHP Law LLC.
Richway is a Director of CHP Law LLC. He is an experienced lawyer having over 14 years of legal experience. Richway does regularly appear before the State Courts and the Supreme Court of Singapore. He has also appeared and/or acted in arbitration proceedings administered by the SIAC, ICC, LCIA and HKIAC (amongst others) in various jurisdictions including Singapore, the Middle East and Hong Kong. He has advised and represented banks, PE firms, MNCs and high net-worth individuals in complex high value disputes before the Singapore Courts and/or at arbitration.
Dixon is a Director of CHP Law LLC (“CHP”) and he has practised law as a private practitioner, in-house legal counsel and as a lawyer/IP Strategist in the government sector.
Over the years, Dixon has advised numerous entities including MNCs and SMEs across many different industries, such as gaming (studio to platform, platform to users), e-sports, platform works i.e. e-commerce, digital exchanges, mobile applications, agri-tech, food-tech, med-tech, artificial intelligence. As such, he is very familiar with the challenges (particularly IP issues) experienced by innovative enterprises throughout Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacifics.
Tang Zi Yang
Zi Yang is a Director of CHP Law LLC. His main areas of focus are mergers and acquisitions, corporate and commercial matters and managing shareholder relations.
Angela is a Consultant of CHP Law LLC. Her practice experience consists of practice is in real estate involving the acquisition and disposal of properties, property financing, property leasing.
She also handles corporate and commercial matters as well as estate planning, probate and administration work
Senior Financial Advisor
Ian is a Senior Financial Advisor of CHP Law LLC. His practice experience in corporate work includes financial services regulations dealing with fund management companies and fintechs including cryptocurrencies. His work in this area leverages on his practical experience in the financial industry including providing advise on structuring the funds with sensitivity to tax.
Lee Kuen Yip
Kuen Yip is a Consultant of CHP Law LLC.
Tan Ching Chern
Ching Chern is a Director of CHP Law LLC. Her practice experience consists of real estate and financing transactions for various types of properties (residential, commercial, industrial and hotel) and has represented individual and corporate purchasers and vendors; developers (both licensed and unlicensed); banks and financial institutions, as well as, borrowers; Central Provident Fund Board and CPF members; landlords and tenants; a statutory board for its land matters; and purchasers of hotels in Singapore