Our Expertise

Our Expertise

Today’s technology companies have a broad range of needs that cover different aspects of commercial law. This includes transactions, contracts, funding and employment. Such clients prefer to partner with lawyers who are attuned to and have a strong understanding of technology. However, this nimble adoption and knowledge of technology is still few and far between in many law firms.

At Ghows LLC, our combined experience working with technology clients means we deliver tailored and commercially sensible legal assistance. On top of this, we walk the talk as a tech-savvy and progressive law firm. We are early adopters of technology in every aspect of our practice. All our applications are cloud-based and our daily workflow includes project management and practice management software. We are uniquely positioned to understand our clients’ needs and customise our legal solutions to suit specific nuances.

We are ranked as a Leading Firm in the Legal 500 2021 in Intellectual Property and TMT.

Our services include:

  • Funding
  • Regulatory licensing, compliance and advisory, including the Payment Services Act
  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements and licences
  • Employment
  • External in-house counsel services

Intellectual property (IP) is one of the key commercial, albeit intangible assets of a company. Beyond the well-known and typical patents, trademarks and copyrights, the field of IP also includes trade secrets and confidential information. It is essential for our clients to create, develop, grow, safeguard, enforce and commercialise their IP and ensure that these efforts align with their commercial interests.

With our extensive industry knowledge and experience, including in litigation before the Court of Appeal and international arbitration, we help our clients strategically build and protect the commercial value of their IP in a way that best anticipates and caters to their requirements.

Our services include:

  • Brand creation, enhancement and protection
  • Drafting and reviewing commercial agreements (e.g. licensing agreements, non-disclosure agreements)
  • Advising on issues unique to technology companies, such as copyleft and open-source licensing
  • Enforcement and prosecution of IP rights
  • Strategies for protection, management, development and commercialisation of IP

Additionally, we also provide specialised advice and handle disputes that are related to the protection of IP, such as employment law disputes involving potential theft of confidential and sensitive IP.

Data protection and privacy are some of the largest buzzwords today. To keep up with rapidly developing mandatory data protection laws in Singapore and beyond, it is necessary for organisations to comply by putting in place the necessary policies, infrastructure and compliance culture.

Our practice goes beyond the legal aspect to take into consideration social factors, such as concerns about privacy and over-intrusiveness, to ensure that our clients implement not only effective, but also sensitive and practical data protection policies.

Our services include:

  • Drafting and review of data protection policies and internal operating protocols
  • Advice on data protection breaches and complaints
  • Anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-financing of terrorism (CFT) regulatory compliance and advisory
  • Corporate workshops on cybersecurity, data security and AML/CFT policies
  • Contextual advice that accounts for the impact of current social issues

Today’s technology companies have a broad range of needs that cover different aspects of commercial law. This includes transactions, contracts, funding and employment. Such clients prefer to partner with lawyers who are attuned to and have a strong understanding of technology. However, this nimble adoption and knowledge of technology is still few and far between in many law firms.

At Ghows LLC, our combined experience working with technology clients means we deliver tailored and commercially sensible legal assistance. On top of this, we walk the talk as a tech-savvy and progressive law firm. We are early adopters of technology in every aspect of our practice. All our applications are cloud-based and our daily workflow includes project management and practice management software. We are uniquely positioned to understand our clients’ needs and customise our legal solutions to suit specific nuances.

We are ranked as a Leading Firm in the Legal 500 2021 in Intellectual Property and TMT.

Our services include:

  • Funding
  • Regulatory licensing, compliance and advisory, including the Payment Services Act
  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements and licences
  • Employment
  • External in-house counsel services

Intellectual property (IP) is one of the key commercial, albeit intangible assets of a company. Beyond the well-known and typical patents, trademarks and copyrights, the field of IP also includes trade secrets and confidential information. It is essential for our clients to create, develop, grow, safeguard, enforce and commercialise their IP and ensure that these efforts align with their commercial interests.

With our extensive industry knowledge and experience, including in litigation before the Court of Appeal and international arbitration, we help our clients strategically build and protect the commercial value of their IP in a way that best anticipates and caters to their requirements.

Our services include:

  • Brand creation, enhancement and protection
  • Drafting and reviewing commercial agreements (e.g. licensing agreements, non-disclosure agreements)
  • Advising on issues unique to technology companies, such as copyleft and open-source licensing
  • Enforcement and prosecution of IP rights
  • Strategies for protection, management, development and commercialisation of IP

Additionally, we also provide specialised advice and handle disputes that are related to the protection of IP, such as employment law disputes involving potential theft of confidential and sensitive IP.

Data protection and privacy are some of the largest buzzwords today. To keep up with rapidly developing mandatory data protection laws in Singapore and beyond, it is necessary for organisations to comply by putting in place the necessary policies, infrastructure and compliance culture.

Our practice goes beyond the legal aspect to take into consideration social factors, such as concerns about privacy and over-intrusiveness, to ensure that our clients implement not only effective, but also sensitive and practical data protection policies.

Our services include:

  • Drafting and review of data protection policies and internal operating protocols
  • Advice on data protection breaches and complaints
  • Anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-financing of terrorism (CFT) regulatory compliance and advisory
  • Corporate workshops on cybersecurity, data security and AML/CFT policies
  • Contextual advice that accounts for the impact of current social issues

Today’s technology companies have a broad range of needs that cover different aspects of commercial law. This includes transactions, contracts, funding and employment. Such clients prefer to partner with lawyers who are attuned to and have a strong understanding of technology. However, this nimble adoption and knowledge of technology is still few and far between in many law firms.

At Ghows LLC, our combined experience working with technology clients means we deliver tailored and commercially sensible legal assistance. On top of this, we walk the talk as a tech-savvy and progressive law firm. We are early adopters of technology in every aspect of our practice. All our applications are cloud-based and our daily workflow includes project management and practice management software. We are uniquely positioned to understand our clients’ needs and customise our legal solutions to suit specific nuances.

We are ranked as a Leading Firm in the Legal 500 2021 in Intellectual Property and TMT.

Our services include:

  • Funding
  • Regulatory licensing, compliance and advisory, including the Payment Services Act
  • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial agreements and licences
  • Employment
  • External in-house counsel services

Intellectual property (IP) is one of the key commercial, albeit intangible assets of a company. Beyond the well-known and typical patents, trademarks and copyrights, the field of IP also includes trade secrets and confidential information. It is essential for our clients to create, develop, grow, safeguard, enforce and commercialise their IP and ensure that these efforts align with their commercial interests.

With our extensive industry knowledge and experience, including in litigation before the Court of Appeal and international arbitration, we help our clients strategically build and protect the commercial value of their IP in a way that best anticipates and caters to their requirements.

Our services include:

  • Brand creation, enhancement and protection
  • Drafting and reviewing commercial agreements (e.g. licensing agreements, non-disclosure agreements)
  • Advising on issues unique to technology companies, such as copyleft and open-source licensing
  • Enforcement and prosecution of IP rights
  • Strategies for protection, management, development and commercialisation of IP

Additionally, we also provide specialised advice and handle disputes that are related to the protection of IP, such as employment law disputes involving potential theft of confidential and sensitive IP.

Data protection and privacy are some of the largest buzzwords today. To keep up with rapidly developing mandatory data protection laws in Singapore and beyond, it is necessary for organisations to comply by putting in place the necessary policies, infrastructure and compliance culture.

Our practice goes beyond the legal aspect to take into consideration social factors, such as concerns about privacy and over-intrusiveness, to ensure that our clients implement not only effective, but also sensitive and practical data protection policies.

Our services include:

  • Drafting and review of data protection policies and internal operating protocols
  • Advice on data protection breaches and complaints
  • Anti-money laundering (AML) and counter-financing of terrorism (CFT) regulatory compliance and advisory
  • Corporate workshops on cybersecurity, data security and AML/CFT policies
  • Contextual advice that accounts for the impact of current social issues