Eugene Thuraisingam LLP recognised again as one of Singapore’s Best Law Firms

For the fourth consecutive year, Eugene Thuraisingam LLP has been recognized and ranked as one of Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2024 by the annual survey jointly conducted by The Straits Times and Statista.

Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2024: Background of Survey

The annual survey by The Straits Times and international market researcher, Statista, employs rigorous methodology to identify Singapore’s best law firms in 18 areas of legal practice. These areas range the span from arbitration to technology law. The survey is industry-wide both in its scope and span – drawing its list based on more than 11,500 recommendations from 5,906 lawyers, including in-house counsels, related professionals and clients. 

Ranked Practice Areas

We are delighted to announce that in the survey’s fourth edition, Eugene Thuraisingam LLP has been ranked as one of Singapore’s Best Law Firms in the following three categories:

Criminal Law

For 2024, Eugene Thuraisingam LLP is one of just 7 ranked firms on the Singapore’s Best Law Firms survey to attain the maximum 5-star rating. We have maintained this maximum rating for the fourth year running and for every edition of the Singapore’s Best Law Firms survey since it began in 2021.

This has been another resounding endorsement of our stellar reputation and excellence in the field of criminal defence litigation.

Highlights from the past year include complex white-collar matters such as Public Prosecutor v Soh Chee Wen and another [2023] SGHC 299, where we acted for an accused person connected with Singapore’s largest stock market manipulation ever, and Public Prosecutor v Soo Cheow Wee and another appeal [2023] SGHC 204, where the Honourable Chief Justice set out important principles on the sentencing of mentally disordered offenders. We also successfully convinced the Court of Appeal to reduce a drug courier’s death sentence to life imprisonment in Roszaidi Bin Osman v Public Prosecutor [2022] SGCA 75.

International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution

We continue to frequently advise and represent clients in mediations, arbitration and all forms of dispute resolution. With offices in Singapore and Bangkok, Eugene Thuraisingam LLP is well positioned to act in arbitration proceedings in both regions. From pre-arbitration negotiations to post-award proceedings, our arbitration practice emphasizes a conflict-free, cost-efficient and proficient approach that enables us to navigate complex proceedings and secure effective outcomes for our clients.

Employment

Our commercial and civil litigation practice spans several areas including the area of employment law. We are well-versed in representing clients for responding to threats to summarily dismiss, advising clients on internal disciplinary proceedings and instituting legal proceedings for wrongful dismissal and negligent references.

Conclusion

We would once again like to extend our deepest gratitude to our valued clients and esteemed industry peers for their continual endorsement of our legal expertise and services. Their trust and partnership have been instrumental in our success and achievements.

Yuan Siang Ng

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