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Technology, Media & Telecommunications

Maximising specialisation and experience to deliver business–enabling outcomes.


Our experience in advising clients on proposals involving smart cities, smart home devices, automation, artificial intelligence, vehicle safety features, digital healthcare, online gaming and content, e–commerce, on–demand audio and video content and telecom licenses and authorisations has made the Firm the preferred choice for advice on business enabling solutions to legal and regulatory problems.

Our TMT practice is highly specialised and we regularly engage with our clients on legal and policy developments. We also interact on policy and law making with industry bodies and government authorities, with the intent to further client interests and promote their ease of doing business. Our recent representations including submissions on the upcoming privacy regime, the government proposal to regulate non–personal data, laws governing e–pharmacies and intermediary guidelines.

With expertise in multiple, interrelated sectors including TMT, privacy, fintech, health care and intellectual property, our full–service practice extends to include competition and antitrust, e–commerce, dispute resolution, direct and indirect tax, employment, media and entertainment. We are therefore uniquely placed to provide a 360–degree view and render nuanced advice.

Work Highlights


Highly reputed practice, regularly instructed on major transactions in the TMT field, including investments, private equity and joint ventures. Also enjoys a particularly impressive following in the media, technology and sports industries, regularly assisting both domestic and international clients with the key technological and regulatory considerations attending their deals, including competition, employment and taxation issues.

Chambers & Partners Asia–Pacific (2022) on our Technology, Media & Telecommunications team


The Firm provides strategic advice on business operations, service offerings and product launches, but is not limited to compliance requirements under the laws governing telecommunications, media and technology.

We first engage with our clients for an in–depth understanding of their business models and proposals. This facilitates a personalised approach to structuring their offerings in a legally compliant manner, building the right processes, identifying multiple stakeholder roles and building checks and balances as necessary. We also regularly conduct in–person and self–driven training with these stakeholders, which helps clients comply with the applicable laws.

Our willingness and capacity to find innovative solutions enables our clients to operate in areas with archaic laws. We regularly refresh our advice to ensure they benefit from legislative liberalisations, inputs from enforcing authorities and industry practices.