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Keystone Law Expands Disputes, Real Estate Practices
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Keystone LawSingapore’s Keystone Law has hired Chan Yee Min as director and co-head of its real estate practice, and Leonard Koh Hun Peng as counsel and co-head for its disputes practice.

Chan was with Drew & Napier for 10 years. She specializes in real estate and property work.

Koh is admitted to practice in Singapore, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, and was formerly with Clifford Chance and Jones Day.

  
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Keystone Law is a Singapore law corporation with an emphasis on information technology, telecommunications, intellectual property, dispute resolution, real estate and corporate/commercial law. It should not be confused with the UK’s Keystone Law.



 

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