CNPLaw’s Ms Tan Min-Li is recognised in the 12th edition of Best Lawyers in Singapore

 

CNPLaw’s Ms Tan Min-Li is recognised in the 12th edition of Best Lawyers in Singapore


Published date: 16 April 2020


The Partner Involved: Tan Min-Li.




 

CNPLaw LLP is proud to announce that our partner, Ms Tan Min-Li, has been recognised in the 12th Edition of Best Lawyers® in Singapore for Corporate Law and Mergers and Acquisitions Law. She has been listed in Best Lawyers since the 2014-15 edition.

First published in 1983, Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on peer-review evaluation.  The guide has received over 11 million evaluations on the legal abilities of lawyers based on their specific practice areas around the world.

 

CNPLaw’s Corporate and Mergers and Acquisitions Lawyer

Tan Min Li legal Partner at CNPLaw LLP image

Partner

Min-Li’s principal areas of expertise are in corporate and financial services. For 2018 and 2019, she was recognised as Singapore’s Top 100 private practice lawyers by Asia Business Law Journal. She is also rated as “Highly Regarded”, ranked as a “Distinguished Practitioner” and recommended for Capital Markets by IFLR1000 and Asialaw Leading Lawyers, and The Legal 500 Asia Pacific respectively for 2020.



Each M&A deal entails the confluence of multiple legal disciplines. That is why we take great care when assembling a team for each deal, ensuring that there is an optimal mix of specialisation in the clients’ identified areas of concern, such as taxemployment and intellectual property, and necessary industry-specific experience.

We provide support to our clients at every stage of the deal. We will be there at the beginning of the process, helping to facilitate the negotiations between the parties and advising on the structure of the transaction. Once the parties have reached a consensus, we meticulously prepare the necessary documentation. Recognising that M&A deals are often the first page of a new chapter for the parties involved, we also provide post-transaction support to ensure a smooth transition such as the preparation of shareholder agreementsemployment agreements, and other relevant commercial documentation.





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