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Global law firm Clyde & Co has today announced that is has become the official Singapore affiliate member of L&E Global, a global employment law network. This marks the second such occasion, as the firm became the official UK affiliate member of L&E Global in September 2016.
L&E Global is an international alliance of law firms, which provide counsel to employers on labour relations, employment law, and immigration law and employee benefits.
Clyde & Co has been has been working with members of L&E Global since the network's inception in 2011. Being an affiliate member in two key markets will enable the firm to offer its clients quality employment and immigration law services across even more jurisdictions.
“Our cross-border clients have long regarded Singapore as a key jurisdiction in the AsiaPac region, and accordingly we’re excited to add a Singapore firm of the quality of Clyde & Co Clasis to our alliance. We’ve worked extensively with Thomas and his team on a variety of matters, and I’m confident that with this group on board our collaboration with Clyde & Co Clasis will be a great success, both for our AsiaPac region and the alliance as a whole,” said John Sander, Chairman of L&E Global and co-leader of the International Employment Issues practice group at Jackson Lewis P.C.
“We are thrilled to become a member of L&E Global. Employers are increasingly demanding a legal service that can match the reach of their international operations and Singapore continues to grow as a hub for multinational companies' APAC operations. L&E Global will enable us to offer our Singapore employment law services to more organisations across the world than ever before,” explained Thomas Choo, Partner and Head of the Employment practice at Clyde & Co Clasis Singapore.
Clyde & Co Clasis Singapore focuses on representing employers in complex disputes and investigations involving restraint of trade, investigations into fraud, breach of confidentiality, data breach and disciplinary hearings.