"Civil litigation has been the mainstay of Devi Haridas for the past 27 years. She has had conduct of a wide variety of civil & commercial litigation matters before choosing to specialize in Intellectual Property Law. In 1997, she was conferred a Master of Laws (Intellectual Property) degree by Queen Mary & Westfield College of the University of London.
Being involved in several community organizations, Devi Haridas has conducted many legal educational and other presentations for a variety of audiences. She serves as an Adjunct Faculty Member of National Community Leadership Institute, a part of the People’s Association’s training network. She has also served on several committees that were set up to look into specific issues, including public policy matters. Her experience as a litigator in civil/commercial matters, combined with her practical knowledge of concerns at the ground, provided a broad perspective of issues. Devi Haridas is also an Associate Faculty Member of the SIM University, where she developed, wrote and launched the course, “The Law and You” and co-developed, co-wrote and launched the course, “Elements of Conveyancing Practice”.
"Aditya Naidu graduated from the University of Exeter with Honours and was admitted as an Advocate and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore in 2015.
Aditya’s main area of practice is in Civil Litigation and he has garnered a wide array of experience in cases dealing with Insurance Litigation, Contractual Disputes, Tenancy Disputes as well as in Family Law.
In his free time, Aditya enjoys reading and playing football, both on screen and off."
Ron Alvin Soh graduated from the University of Tasmania, Australia with 2 nd (Upper) Honours and was called to the Bar in 2016, with a distinction in the Civil Litigation aspect of the Bar Exams.
Prior to his admission, he had worked on mostly litigation and international arbitration matters where he honed his skills and gained invaluable experiences. Having hailed from the dispute end of contractual issues, he joined Samuel Seow Law Corporation as an Associate under the Corporate Department where he now uses those skills and experiences to assist in preventing our clients from going into costly litigious proceedings. However, staying true to his roots, Ron is still attending to litigation and arbitration matters where required and hopes to be able to provide a holistic service to his clients.
Ron’s previous experience includes:
Outside the office, Ron also bowls for the Law Society and is a regular at the Bench and Bar Games. In his free time, he likes traveling, soccer and prefers nature sightseeing over shopping.
"Laurentia Funk (affectionately known as “Laura” in the office) is a Personal Assistant to our Managing Director, Mr Samuel Seow.
Laura has extensive work experience in an office environment and within service industries. Such experience has developed within her the varied skills and the ability to work with many different types of people. Laura is married with two children aged 20 and 18 years old. After juggling her professional and familial responsibilities, in whatever free time she has, Laura indulges in her hobbies of music, movies and reading.
Laura can be reached at [email protected]"
Awarded by the Management Development Institute of Singapore, Hasrianthy holds a Professional Certificate in Business Management.
Outside of work, Hasrianthy enjoys listening to music, spending most of her time with her son and travelling.
"An admitted Solicitor in Queensland, Australia, Bryan Pusavat is a legal executive whose passion and focus is in the use of Intellectual Property Law for the benefit of society. In particular, Bryan believes that the laws can be used to help benefit small inventors, indie artistes or other passionate individuals trying to make it big in the economy.
He initially graduated from Bond University, Queensland Australia with a Bachelors of Commerce and a Bachelor of Laws degree. It was at Bond where he discovered his passion of Intellectual Property Laws, and thus undertook, and completed, a Master of Intellectual Property Laws at Queensland University of Technology.
Now having returned to Singapore to practice, Bryan aim to help local, home-grown Singaporean businesses as best he can. Using his legal knowledge in conjunction with his commerce based education to help provide his clients with advice that not only deals with the legal implications of their intangible properties, but ensure his advice will be relevant to his client’s commercial needs."
"Jacelyn graduated from the University of Tasmania in 2012 with a LLB/BA and was called to the bar in Australia in 2013. Upon returning to Singapore, she has since completed her Part A in 2015 and will be called to the Singapore bar early 2017.
Jacelyn is currently a practice trainee in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice Group and has assisted in, among others, the drafting of letters of demand, trade mark infringements and pleadings for various contractual disputes."
Brenda is a Practice Trainee in the Corporate and Commercial Practice Group of Samuel Seow Law Corporation.
She was an intern in the firm in 2012 and 2013. After graduating from the University of Bristol in 2015, she returned to Samuel Seow Law Corporation as a Practice Trainee.
Under the guidance of our lawyers, Brenda has assisted in the reviewing and drafting of commercial agreements and has been actively involved in several matters relating to the niche area of media and entertainment law. Apart from the corporate and commercial work, Brenda has also assisted in drafting letters of demand and pleadings for contractual disputes.
Despite her small stature and seemingly soft-spoken appearance, Brenda is fun-loving and is not afraid to reveal her inner craziness under certain circumstances.
"Pei Yin joined the firm as a practice trainee in 2015, after graduating from the University of Bristol in the same year. She assisted the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group. During her training period, Pei Yin assisted in a range of matters including a multi-million dollar contractual dispute, building and construction claims as well as contentious matrimonial and probate matters.
Pei Yin is presently taking the preparatory course leading to Part B of the Singapore Bar Examinations, with a view to being admitted as an advocate and solicitor in 2017."
"Gina joins Samuel Seow Law corporation under our Finance and Administration department in 2015. As an affiliate of ACCA (the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants), she is now on the path to obtaining the membership status.
Off work, she enjoys spending quality time with family and friends."
I have many years of experience in office administration. Being meticulous, multi-task oriented and hardworking are my core competencies. I love to spend quality times with family members and occasionally meet up with friends. In my leisure time, I enjoy listening to songs and watching Korean dramas.